Sentinel-1B, a key Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellite of the ESA/EU Copernicus Earth observation and monitoring programme, has failed in orbit. On 23 December, its C-band SAR Interferometric radar mission to be used for environmental monitoring was shut down...
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A Chinese Long March 2D (CZ-2D) rocket built by SAST (Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology) and operated by the quasi-military CASC (China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp) put Shiyan-13 - officially a technology test satellite - into orbit at 0235 GMT on...
The Virgin Orbit launch provider was celebrating its third launch success in a row of its air-launched LauncherOne rocket. The "Stage Zero" Boeing 747 (Cosmic Girl) carrier aircraft, with the LaunchOne rocket slung under the port wing, took off from the Mojave Air...
Intelsat has ordered two geostationary (GEO) satellites with new "software-defined payloads" from Thales Alenia Space (TAS). The contract announced on 12 January outlined the two spacecraft, to be known as Intelsat 41 and 44, and are to be based on the new TAS Space...