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Laser Communication in Space Could Multiply Data Rates by 100x

[fa icon="calendar'] May 15, 2018 8:06:00 AM / by Rob Rutkowski posted in satcom, RF, space, spacecraft

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Since the beginning of NASA, radio communication has been the go-to method of communication for spacecrafts. Well, that's about to change. NASA has recently announced they will be making a major change to some of their upcoming communication systems by implementing new, cutting-edge, laser communication technology. 

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9 Best Space Podcasts for Space Geeks

[fa icon="calendar'] May 1, 2018 7:50:00 AM / by Rob Rutkowski posted in aerospace, space, new space, deep space

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Space podcasts are becoming very popular, and for good reason. The space industry has been 'skyrocketing' in recent years. SpaceX showed the world it's possible to reuse a space shuttle. Companies like OneWeb are now revolutionizing satellite communications technology. There are even companies planning out the colonization of mars and using asteroids as a source of water. 

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COTS Part 2: Dealing with Space Radiation

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 26, 2017 6:30:00 AM / by Bliley Technologies posted in space, COTS

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In Part 1 of our series on COTS components for space applications, we discussed why the government is increasingly turning to “commercial off the shelf” parts for spacecraft, satellites and more. COTS parts have already been successfully adopted in many military applications, but when it comes to space, COTS adoption has been much slower.

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The Benefits of COTS in Space Applications

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 19, 2017 6:30:00 AM / by Bliley Technologies posted in space, COTS

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Space exploration has never been cheap. In the days of the Apollo program, the cost of sending payloads into space was such that only government agencies with billions of dollars to spend could afford it. Over time, those costs have begun to come down, but even with advances in launch technology, funding for such activities ebbs and flows. In the wake of budget cuts for military and aerospace Research and Development, there has been much pressure to develop systems and designs that meet the needs of space projects and reduce costs without sacrificing quality. This is where COTS (Commercial Off-The Shelf) products offer a potential solution.

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20 Popular Cube Satellite Companies in Today's Market

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 25, 2017 7:28:00 AM / by Rob Rutkowski posted in space, spacecraft, new space

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Welcome to the new world of CubeSat Manufacturers! These small satellites are becoming more and more popular in today’s new space industry. Their increasing popularity is mostly because of their small, lightweight, and inexpensive designs. The standard 1U Cube Satellite is 10cm x 10cm x 10cm in size. However, since their inception in 1999, new Cube Satellite companies have developed more variations in size to meet desired payload levels. A 1.5U, 2U, 3U, 6U, 8U, 12U etc. are now offered to meet customer's growing specifications. 

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NASA's New Horizons Spacecraft Awakens For This New Mysterious Mission

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 14, 2017 11:59:26 AM / by Rob Rutkowski posted in space, spacecraft

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