BGAN from TS2 SPACE is supporting US Army engineering operations

Two new contracts awarded by the US Army to Inmarsat partners demonstrate the range of applications offered by the mobile broadband solution. The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is using BGAN for remote planning, building and disaster recovery. Disaster response USACE provides engineering and infrastructure services for navigation, flood control, disaster response and also constructs military facilities. The corps has in recent years been deployed in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and has assisted in Iraq and Afghanistan actions. Global satellite communications provider Vizada is sub-contracting services to Delta…

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New TS2 SPACE offer is a satellite broadband internet access

TS2 SPACE is mainly investing in the new technology of VT iDirect, an American company. Evolution X3 is the next-generation satellite systems featuring iDirect’s highly efficient implementation of the DVB-S2 standard. The Evolution X3 Satellite Router is ideally suited for broadband requirements such as Internet and VPN access to enterprise networks, as well as real-time VoIP and video conferencing. The TS2 staff is monitoring the performance of satellite network 24 hours a day, in order to enable the immediate help in case of breakdown or receipt of alert. Due to…

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TS2 SPACE protects critical infrastructure in Poland

Due to the wide range of satellite telecommunications services provided for entities of strategic importance to Poland, TS2 SPACE has been included in an official list of key entities vital to the operation of critical state infrastructure. The list is maintained by the Government Centre for Security and includes companies that are not part of the critical infrastructure, but are vital to ensuring continuity of its operation. This is of particular importance in supporting activities related to the prevention, counteraction and eradication of COVID-19, other infectious diseases and crisis situations…

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Space 

China to launch the Mars operation in July in the face of Coronavirus pandemic 

Among China’s plans was the launch of interplanetary services this July, but the outbreak of Coronavirus seem to slow down this activity. However, China will go ahead in carrying out its anticipated mission amid of Coronavirus.  The virus originated from Wuhan, a city in China. It spread fast like a bushfire in Chinese soil, but thanks to the medical team of China as they were able to manage the situation by imposing a quarantine on those infected. The government forced to send workers home to prevent physical contact, which is…

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German News 

High Capacity next-generation rockets have arrived

A new 3,5-meter Long March 7A rocket was launched attached to China’s Tianzhou-1 cargo vessel in 2017, was collected by Yuanwang-21. The Long March 7 B rocket will now be ready to commence spaceship missions in higher orbits as the first Long March 7 rockets are deployed into low-earth orbit (LEO).  The Long March 7A is equipped with a third additional booster from the Long March 3B with liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen that raises payloads in geostationary transfer orbits (GTO) between a range of 5.5 to 7 tonnes. The space exploration…

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German News 

Congress not in total agreement with the new Budget Proposal for the NASA agency

NASA seems to be in President Trump’s good books recently. The space agency is one of the most significant frontiers in space exploration with plans to build colonies on other planets and possibly a lunar base on the moon come 2024. In a recent proposal that President Donald J Trump and his administration pushed forward the possibility of having additional funding for the all-time space agency. The material encouraged for lesser allocation for science spending where the Trump administration explained to Congress concerning its views and what holds essential before…

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German News 

Integrating recyclable sources of energy into the electricity grid

The Energy Safety Research Institute University of Swansea Awarded the EPSRC Scheme to Learn Integration or Recyclable Energies into the United Kingdom Power Grid.  A team led by Swansea will be investigating how correctly to put together recyclable sources of energy into the United Kingdom power grid, assisting to reduce emissions of carbon, courtesy of the recent 244,000 Euros research award. The United Kingdom is dedicated to reducing its gas emissions of the greenhouse by at least 80 percent by the year 2050, relative to the levels of 1990. Accomplishing…

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German News 

Tesla Electric Cars Substituting Taxis for Leeds’ Cab Company

A taxi company from Leeds is going to invest over £ 5 m in the first-ever all-electric car fleet in town. Arrow Cars, headquartered in Horsforth, is to substitute its current fleet of taxis with Tesla Model 3 cars to minimize greenhouse gas emissions. Arrow said it was moving towards sustainable travel as a result of consumer demand and wishes to wrap up this move by 2024. Three years ago, however, the company plotted to invest in the emissions-free fleet but canceled the plan after the bosses of the City…

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German News 

In space collision could have been caused by the Boeing’s second Starliner software glitch

Boeing might just have escaped a massive loss, pending a slight miscalculation in their software. The space flight that took place seven weeks ago was a failure as its intent mission to reach the International space station did not go as planned. Space agency NASA is yet to release a detailed investigative report set to reveal what went wrong with the satellite  The launch of the satellite named the CST-100 was launched on the Atlas V. The CSTs mission was to land and connect with the International Space Station. This…

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German News 

Philip withdraws from the contract with Renewable Energy Group

A long-awaited partnership with Phillips 66 (NYSE: PSX) has now been revealed by the country’s largest biodiesel production company. The organization laid out proposals to construct a 250 million gallon-per-year (mmgy) green diesel refinery on the West Coast. The Renewable Energy Group would have had quick market access under the attractive incentive scheme introduced by California, housed the most extensive manufacturing facilities in the firm’s fleet, and has tripled the amount of sustainable diesel generated from the industry’s development platform. Investors currently have more unanswered questions about the inventory of sustainable…

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