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August 02, 2014, 01:17 am by SHAdmin | Views: 4310 | 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 16, 2019, 07:26 pm by NewsHound | Views: 0 | Comments: 0

Marshall selected to lead NASA human lunar lander program

NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center will manage the agency’s efforts to develop a lander needed to achieve the goal of landing astronauts on the moon by 2024, an announcement overshadowed by political wrangling about what center should be responsible.
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                        Updated 6:45 p.m. Eastern with statement from Rep. Babin.
DALLAS — NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center will manage the agency’s efforts to develop a lander needed to achieve the goal of landing astronauts on the moon by 2024, an announcement overshadowed by political wrangling about what center should be responsible.
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, speaking at Marshall and flanked by three House members from Alabama and Tennessee, said that the Huntsville, Alabama, center will have overall responsibility for the Human Landing System program, which will oversee industry development of a human-rated landing system.
“This was n...
August 16, 2019, 06:10 pm by NewsHound | Views: 3 | Comments: 0

APT Satellite nets $21 million from Apstar-6 insurance claim, next satellite delayed

APT Satellite says it has received $21 million in insurance payments for the partial failure of the Apstar-6 communications satellite in May 2018. 
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                        WASHINGTON — APT Satellite says it has received $21 million in insurance payments for the partial failure of the Apstar-6 communications satellite in May 2018. 
In a report to the Hong Kong stock exchange released Aug. 8, the operator said most of the indemnity payments relating to Apstar-6’s partial solar power loss have been collected. A remaining unquantified amount is expected by the end of the year. 
APT Satellite moved the now-14-year-old Apstar-6 into an inclined orbit after the power issue, and accelerated commissioning of the Apstar-6C satellite to fill the gap. The serendipitous availability of Apstar-6C, which launched the same month the older satellite malfunctioned, meant the company didn’t ...
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