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August 02, 2014, 01:17 am by SHAdmin | Views: 4329 | Comments: 0

Welcome to SatelliteHome, an online community where members may discuss from a wide variety of North American satellite related topics including satellite television, satellite radio along with other television sources such as OTA or IPTV.  SatelliteHome was founded in order to provide a friendly helpful atmosphere of members helping members without resorting to unnecessary heavy handed moderation...
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August 25, 2019, 08:00 pm by NewsHound | Views: 0 | Comments: 0

Air Force seeks new candidates to manage the Space Enterprise Consortium

The consortium manages the development of pre-production prototypes of space systems, including satellites, payloads and ground systems.
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                        WASHINGTON — The Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center is looking to make changes in the management of its fast growing Space Enterprise Consortium. In a Request for Information posted Aug. 20, SMC announced it is “performing market research to help inform the acquisition strategy to recompete the Space Enterprise Consortium Other Transaction Agreement.” Responses are due Sept. 16.
Created by SMC less than two years ago, the Space Enterprise Consortium, known as SpEC, has quickly become a central player in SMC’s efforts to bridge the cultural gap between military buyers and commercial space startups and small businesses.
The consortium manages the development of pre-production prototypes of space systems, including satel...
August 25, 2019, 12:47 am by NewsHound | Views: 0 | Comments: 0

Uncrewed Soyuz aborts ISS docking

A rare uncrewed flight of a Soyuz spacecraft took another twist Aug. 24 when the spacecraft failed to make an automated docking with the International Space Station.
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                        Updated 11:30 p.m. Eastern with revised Roscosmos plan.
WASHINGTON — A rare uncrewed flight of a Soyuz spacecraft took another twist Aug. 24 when the spacecraft failed to make an automated docking with the International Space Station.
The Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft was scheduled to dock with the station’s Poisk module at about 1:30 a.m. Eastern. While the spacecraft’s initial approach to the station took place normally, the spacecraft failed to make a final approach for docking, remaining about 90 meters from the station.
NASA said in a later statement that the station’s two Russian cosmonauts, overseeing the docking, issued a command to abort the docking at 1:36 a.m. Eastern, directing the Soyuz to move away from the station. The ISS, NASA...
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