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Government balances need for greater capability in a tight funding environment with how to take advantage of new commercial assets.
There is a lot going on in the space industry this year and SatComRus examined what impact this will have on Russia’s industry.
As the satellite industry continues its efforts to convince governmental authorities around the world that it has a meaningful role to play in the delivery of high-speed broadband access, an all-too-familiar nemesis has once again surfaced to frustrate such efforts — latency.
The satellite industry has developed dramatically over recent years, both in terms of capability and its image. The satellite “facelift” of course mainly culminates around High Throughput Satellite (HTS). The technology means that more people can access services via satellite than ever before, but, perhaps more importantly it means that satellite is suddenly a viable [...]
Water. We are literally made of the stuff. That’s why we can survive for weeks without food but only days without water. We drink it, cook with it, bathe in it, grow food with it, clean with it, swim in it, and use it in almost every kind of industry. After the air we breathe, [...]
Editor’s note for the December 2015 issue of Via Satellite magazine.