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Monsieur Ariane 6 4 Apr 19
Replying to @Arianespace
... and finally we got confirmation that the four satellites have phoned home just after being launched by an launcher! CONGRATS to all involved! Way to go forward!
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Monsieur Ariane 6 4 Apr 19
Replying to @MrAriane6
... and now we see the animated separation of the 2nd pair of satellites! And separation in CONFIRMED! SUCCESS for the launch from the European spaceport near the city of ! Woohoo!
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ESA Space Transportation 2 Apr 19
launcher , scheduled for take-off on April 4, is almost ready to launch from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana 🛰️🌴 Read more about the launch of satellites here:
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Monsieur Ariane 6 4 Apr 19
Replying to @MrAriane6
... and we have separation of the first pair of satellites!
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Mario Billiani 🚀 28 Mar 19
Replying to @SciGuySpace @AJ_FI
Oh, April 4 alone will be a fun day! • Parker Solar Probe Perihelion #2 • 12:01 UTC Soyuz Progress MS-12 launch • 15:25 UTC docking • 17:31 UTC Soyuz launch • 18:57 UTC Moon orbit insertion
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Chris G - NSF 4 Apr 19
Blok-I SHUTDOWN and SEPARATION!
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Telespazio Brasil 9 Apr 19
concluded the certification process to provide services in through SES’s medium earth orbit (MEO) satellites with a main focus on the Oil & Gas, Maritime and Energy markets
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Arianespace 4 Apr 19
’s latest success marks completion of the initial satellite constellation. Read the Mission Update:
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Andre Christian 4 Apr 19
Great to share this with our broader . Go
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Arianespace 4 Apr 19
completes deployment of constellation on fifth mission for operator . Read the press release:
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Daniel Reeves Jun 23
Ubiquitously connected troops and "Comms on the Move" is a possibility due to advancements in like .
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Stéphane Israël 12 Apr 19
The new video includes behind-the-scenes footage of ’s second flight in 2019 – which successfully orbited four MEO satellites.
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Simon Gatty Saunt 4 Jul 19
SES Seminar series event today in London, great turn out of partners to hear about MPOWER and SES GEO Next.
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Mario Billiani 🚀 4 Apr 19
Super today! • 11:01 UTC Progress MS-12 launch • 14:18 UTC Moon orbit insertion • 14:24 UTC docking • 16:30 UTC Soyuz launch • 22:00–04:00 UTC static fire window • 22:40 UTC perihelion #2
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ESA Space Transportation 29 Mar 19
Europe's Spaceport is preparing for the launch number on April 4, carrying satellites that will expand the telecommunications network and provide low-latency, fiber-like connectivity to customers in more than 40 countries 🛰️
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Gregory Martin 9 Sep 19
It's official! is our launch partner for mPOWER!
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Mike, Give Me A Beat 3 Apr 19
Space Watch : via . Another rocket is also good to go tomorrow! That one is with a quartet of satellites (it will be some busy day): DETAILS, UPDATES:
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SES Networks Nov 26
In 2018, the Burkina Faso government rolled out e-government, e-education, & e-health services powered by our constellation. Two years later, these services continue to have a positive impact on the local communities who benefit from them.
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GLAVKOSMOS 2 Apr 19
Photos from the Guiana space center where preparations for launch with four sats scheduled on 4 April are going on 🚀
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LIGO 12 Sep 19
Replying to @LIGO
Tune in later this week when we look back at some more highlights from the first detection of : what we've learned so far about and , and what we're looking forward to in , starting Nov 1.
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