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<div class=”et_pb_kkposts et_pb_module et_pb_kkblogext et_pb_bg_layout_light et_pb_kkblogext_1″><article id=”post-74″ class=”et_pb_post clearfix post-74 type-post status-publish format-standard has-post-thumbnail hentry category-satellite-operators tag-kessler-effect tag-news tag-satellite”> <h2 style=”margin-top: 0;”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/study-suggests-10-of-satellites-suffer-debris-impacts/”>Study suggests 10% of satellites suffer debris impacts</a></h2> <div class=”post-meta”>by <a title=”Posts by Peter B. de Selding” href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/author/peter/” rel=”author”>Peter B. de Selding</a> | Apr 27, 2017 | Categories: <a href=”?cat=2″>Satellite Operators</a>. Tags: <a href=”?cat=5″>kessler effect</a>, <a href=”?cat=4″>news</a>, and <a href=”?cat=3″>satellite</a>.</div> <div class=”blog-thumb”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/study-suggests-10-of-satellites-suffer-debris-impacts/”> <img src=”https://spaceintelreport.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/satillite-debris-150×150.jpeg” alt=”Study suggests 10% of satellites suffer debris impacts” width=”150″ height=”150″ /></a> <div class=”ovrly” style=”width: 150px; height: 100%; position: absolute; top: 0px; left: 0px;”></div> </div> <!– .et_pb_image_container –> <section class=”limit-excerpt” style=”position: relative; margin-left: 165px;”> <p class=”ptrunc”>PARIS — More than 10 percent of functioning satellites in Earth orbit have likely experienced a sudden shock due to impact by debris too small to be tracked by ground sensors, the former head of NASA’s Orbital Debris Program Office said. Donald Kessler said many satellite operators refuse to publish data on these impacts for proprietary reasons. As a result, the survey he is now working on will…</p> </section></article><!– .et_pb_post –> <article id=”post-216″ class=”et_pb_post clearfix post-216 type-post status-publish format-standard hentry category-satellite-operators tag-indonesia tag-pt-telkom tag-satellite-transponder”> <h2 style=”margin-top: 0;”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/indonesias-pt-telkom-and-intelsat-change-collaboration-plans/”>Indonesia’s PT Telkom and Intelsat change collaboration plans</a></h2> <div class=”post-meta”>by <a title=”Posts by Peter B. de Selding” href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/author/peter/” rel=”author”>Peter B. de Selding</a> | Apr 26, 2017 | Categories: <a href=”?cat=2″>Satellite Operators</a>. Tags: <a href=”?cat=125″>indonesia</a>, <a href=”?cat=124″>pt telkom</a>, and <a href=”?cat=126″>satellite transponder</a>.</div> <div class=”blog-thumb”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/indonesias-pt-telkom-and-intelsat-change-collaboration-plans/”> <img src=”https://static1.squarespace.com/static/585ac17dd2b8571a0a8d4478/t/59009aba2994caf8893adf5b/1493211860559/?format=original” alt=”Indonesia’s PT Telkom and Intelsat change collaboration plans” width=”150″ height=”150″ /></a> <div class=”ovrly” style=”width: 150px; height: 100%; position: absolute; top: 0px; left: 0px;”></div> </div> <!– .et_pb_image_container –> <section class=”limit-excerpt” style=”position: relative; margin-left: 165px;”> <p class=”ptrunc”>PT Telkom of Indonesia reported huge growth in revenue from satellite transponder leases in 2016 and expects more growth ahead. In a view shared by few, if any, other Asian fleet operators Telkom said demand for satellite bandwidth exceeds the current supply.  Credit: PT Telkom   PARIS — In a reversal of previous plans, Indonesia’s PT Telkom will not be selling its aging Telkom-2 satellite…</p> </section></article><!– .et_pb_post –> <article id=”post-215″ class=”et_pb_post clearfix post-215 type-post status-publish format-standard hentry category-satellite-manufacturers category-satellite-operators tag-boeing tag-constellation tag-oneweb tag-orbit”> <h2 style=”margin-top: 0;”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/oneweb-boeing-settle-constellation-orbit-issue-spacex-questions-oneweb-ownership/”>OneWeb, Boeing settle constellation orbit issue; SpaceX questions OneWeb ownership</a></h2> <div class=”post-meta”>by <a title=”Posts by Peter B. de Selding” href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/author/peter/” rel=”author”>Peter B. de Selding</a> | Apr 25, 2017 | Categories: <a href=”?cat=9″>Satellite Manufacturers</a> and <a href=”?cat=2″>Satellite Operators</a>. Tags: <a href=”?cat=127″>boeing</a>, <a href=”?cat=129″>constellation</a>, <a href=”?cat=106″>oneweb</a>, and <a href=”?cat=128″>orbit</a>.</div> <div class=”blog-thumb”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/oneweb-boeing-settle-constellation-orbit-issue-spacex-questions-oneweb-ownership/”> <img src=”https://static1.squarespace.com/static/585ac17dd2b8571a0a8d4478/t/58ffa20537c5819af3695ee1/1493148193927/?format=original” alt=”OneWeb, Boeing settle constellation orbit issue; SpaceX questions OneWeb ownership” width=”150″ height=”150″ /></a> <div class=”ovrly” style=”width: 150px; height: 100%; position: absolute; top: 0px; left: 0px;”></div> </div> <!– .et_pb_image_container –> <section class=”limit-excerpt” style=”position: relative; margin-left: 165px;”> <p class=”ptrunc”>The agreement by OneWeb and Boeing relieves one orbital-debris concern surrounding the prospect of multiple mega-constellations in low Earth orbit. The two constellations have agreed to orbit some distance from each other to make traffic management easier. But that’s just a start. To further protect the orbital environment, OneWeb has proposed debris-mitigation rules that go far beyond…</p> </section></article><!– .et_pb_post –> <article id=”post-214″ class=”et_pb_post clearfix post-214 type-post status-publish format-standard hentry category-launch-segment category-launch-service-providers tag-debris tag-orbit tag-spacex tag-us”> <h2 style=”margin-top: 0;”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/spacex-us-should-vet-debris-measures-for-constellations-seeking-us-access/”>SpaceX: US should vet debris measures for constellations seeking US access</a></h2> <div class=”post-meta”>by <a title=”Posts by Peter B. de Selding” href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/author/peter/” rel=”author”>Peter B. de Selding</a> | Apr 24, 2017 | Categories: <a href=”?cat=7″>Launch Segment</a> and <a href=”?cat=8″>Launch Service Providers</a>. Tags: <a href=”?cat=131″>debris</a>, <a href=”?cat=128″>orbit</a>, <a href=”?cat=14″>spacex</a>, and <a href=”?cat=130″>us</a>.</div> <div class=”blog-thumb”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/spacex-us-should-vet-debris-measures-for-constellations-seeking-us-access/”> <img src=”https://static1.squarespace.com/static/585ac17dd2b8571a0a8d4478/t/58fe06556b8f5b0fe3bfcad5/1493042804143/?format=original” alt=”SpaceX: US should vet debris measures for constellations seeking US access” width=”150″ height=”150″ /></a> <div class=”ovrly” style=”width: 150px; height: 100%; position: absolute; top: 0px; left: 0px;”></div> </div> <!– .et_pb_image_container –> <section class=”limit-excerpt” style=”position: relative; margin-left: 165px;”> <p class=”ptrunc”>  About 7,000 satellites have been launched since the dawn of the space age. If a couple of the mega-constellations now in development are actually built, they will equal that figure in just a few years. Boeing has since lowered the orbit of its proposed constellation to between 970 and 1,082 kilometers after an agreement with OneWeb to assure safe operations. Credit: ESA   PARIS —…</p> </section></article><!– .et_pb_post –> <article id=”post-213″ class=”et_pb_post clearfix post-213 type-post status-publish format-standard hentry category-news category-satellite-manufacturers category-satellite-operators tag-intelsat tag-oneweb tag-softbank”> <h2 style=”margin-top: 0;”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/softbanks-first-pass-at-intelsat-bondholders-comes-up-empty/”>SoftBank’s first pass at Intelsat bondholders comes up empty</a></h2> <div class=”post-meta”>by <a title=”Posts by Peter B. de Selding” href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/author/peter/” rel=”author”>Peter B. de Selding</a> | Apr 21, 2017 | Categories: <a href=”?cat=13″>News</a>, <a href=”?cat=9″>Satellite Manufacturers</a>, and <a href=”?cat=2″>Satellite Operators</a>. Tags: <a href=”?cat=134″>intelsat</a>, <a href=”?cat=106″>oneweb</a>, and <a href=”?cat=133″>Softbank</a>.</div> <div class=”blog-thumb”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/softbanks-first-pass-at-intelsat-bondholders-comes-up-empty/”> <img src=”https://static1.squarespace.com/static/585ac17dd2b8571a0a8d4478/t/58fa2b622994cac80e44ddbc/1492790144969/?format=original” alt=”SoftBank’s first pass at Intelsat bondholders comes up empty” width=”150″ height=”150″ /></a> <div class=”ovrly” style=”width: 150px; height: 100%; position: absolute; top: 0px; left: 0px;”></div> </div> <!– .et_pb_image_container –> <section class=”limit-excerpt” style=”position: relative; margin-left: 165px;”> <p class=”ptrunc”>A successful purchase of Intelsat debt by SoftBank will depend on a common assessment of the relative strengths of Intelsat and startup Internet satellite constellation network OneWeb. Credit: SoftBank   PARIS — Bondholders of satellite fleet operator Intelsat gave a thumbs-down to a $1.7-billion debt-exchange offer proposed and negotiated by SoftBank of Japan, forcing Intelsat to extend…</p> </section></article><!– .et_pb_post –> <article id=”post-211″ class=”et_pb_post clearfix post-211 type-post status-publish format-standard hentry category-satellite-manufacturers tag-brexit tag-martin-sweeting tag-surry-satellite”> <h2 style=”margin-top: 0;”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/surreys-sweeting-brexit-has-had-no-effect-on-our-business/”>Surrey’s Sweeting: Brexit has had no effect on our business</a></h2> <div class=”post-meta”>by <a title=”Posts by Peter B. de Selding” href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/author/peter/” rel=”author”>Peter B. de Selding</a> | Apr 20, 2017 | Categories: <a href=”?cat=9″>Satellite Manufacturers</a>. Tags: <a href=”?cat=123″>brexit</a>, <a href=”?cat=122″>martin sweeting</a>, and <a href=”?cat=121″>surry satellite</a>.</div> <div class=”blog-thumb”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/surreys-sweeting-brexit-has-had-no-effect-on-our-business/”> <img src=”https://static1.squarespace.com/static/585ac17dd2b8571a0a8d4478/t/58f8ad326a4963f73bbeeee2/1492692315740/?format=original” alt=”Surrey’s Sweeting: Brexit has had no effect on our business” width=”150″ height=”150″ /></a> <div class=”ovrly” style=”width: 150px; height: 100%; position: absolute; top: 0px; left: 0px;”></div> </div> <!– .et_pb_image_container –> <section class=”limit-excerpt” style=”position: relative; margin-left: 165px;”> <p class=”ptrunc”>SSTL Executive Chairman Sir Martin Sweeting, right, said his company has seen no negative impact from the Brexit decision and longer term sees possible benefits to the exit from the European Union. Orbital Access CEO Stuart McIntyre said his startup launch-service provider also sees benefits from Brexit. Credit: UK parliamentlive.tv   PARIS — The chairman of the British satellite company…</p> </section></article><!– .et_pb_post –> <div class=”pagination clearfix”> <div class=”alignleft”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php?paged=2″>« Older Entries</a></div> <div class=”alignright”></div> </div> </div> <!– .et_pb_posts –>

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<div class=”et_pb_kkposts et_pb_module et_pb_kkblogext et_pb_bg_layout_light et_pb_kkblogext_1″><article id=”post-74″ class=”et_pb_post clearfix post-74 type-post status-publish format-standard has-post-thumbnail hentry category-satellite-operators tag-kessler-effect tag-news tag-satellite”> <h2 style=”margin-top: 0;”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/study-suggests-10-of-satellites-suffer-debris-impacts/”>Study suggests 10% of satellites suffer debris impacts</a></h2> <div class=”post-meta”>by <a title=”Posts by Peter B. de Selding” href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/author/peter/” rel=”author”>Peter B. de Selding</a> | Apr 27, 2017 | Categories: <a href=”?cat=2″>Satellite Operators</a>. Tags: <a href=”?cat=5″>kessler effect</a>, <a href=”?cat=4″>news</a>, and <a href=”?cat=3″>satellite</a>.</div> <div class=”blog-thumb”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/study-suggests-10-of-satellites-suffer-debris-impacts/”> <img src=”https://spaceintelreport.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/satillite-debris-150×150.jpeg” alt=”Study suggests 10% of satellites suffer debris impacts” width=”150″ height=”150″ /></a> <div class=”ovrly” style=”width: 150px; height: 100%; position: absolute; top: 0px; left: 0px;”></div> </div> <!– .et_pb_image_container –> <section class=”limit-excerpt” style=”position: relative; margin-left: 165px;”> <p class=”ptrunc”>PARIS — More than 10 percent of functioning satellites in Earth orbit have likely experienced a sudden shock due to impact by debris too small to be tracked by ground sensors, the former head of NASA’s Orbital Debris Program Office said. Donald Kessler said many satellite operators refuse to publish data on these impacts for proprietary reasons. As a result, the survey he is now working on will…</p> </section></article><!– .et_pb_post –> <article id=”post-216″ class=”et_pb_post clearfix post-216 type-post status-publish format-standard hentry category-satellite-operators tag-indonesia tag-pt-telkom tag-satellite-transponder”> <h2 style=”margin-top: 0;”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/indonesias-pt-telkom-and-intelsat-change-collaboration-plans/”>Indonesia’s PT Telkom and Intelsat change collaboration plans</a></h2> <div class=”post-meta”>by <a title=”Posts by Peter B. de Selding” href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/author/peter/” rel=”author”>Peter B. de Selding</a> | Apr 26, 2017 | Categories: <a href=”?cat=2″>Satellite Operators</a>. Tags: <a href=”?cat=125″>indonesia</a>, <a href=”?cat=124″>pt telkom</a>, and <a href=”?cat=126″>satellite transponder</a>.</div> <div class=”blog-thumb”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/indonesias-pt-telkom-and-intelsat-change-collaboration-plans/”> <img src=”https://static1.squarespace.com/static/585ac17dd2b8571a0a8d4478/t/59009aba2994caf8893adf5b/1493211860559/?format=original” alt=”Indonesia’s PT Telkom and Intelsat change collaboration plans” width=”150″ height=”150″ /></a> <div class=”ovrly” style=”width: 150px; height: 100%; position: absolute; top: 0px; left: 0px;”></div> </div> <!– .et_pb_image_container –> <section class=”limit-excerpt” style=”position: relative; margin-left: 165px;”> <p class=”ptrunc”>PT Telkom of Indonesia reported huge growth in revenue from satellite transponder leases in 2016 and expects more growth ahead. In a view shared by few, if any, other Asian fleet operators Telkom said demand for satellite bandwidth exceeds the current supply.  Credit: PT Telkom   PARIS — In a reversal of previous plans, Indonesia’s PT Telkom will not be selling its aging Telkom-2 satellite…</p> </section></article><!– .et_pb_post –> <article id=”post-215″ class=”et_pb_post clearfix post-215 type-post status-publish format-standard hentry category-satellite-manufacturers category-satellite-operators tag-boeing tag-constellation tag-oneweb tag-orbit”> <h2 style=”margin-top: 0;”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/oneweb-boeing-settle-constellation-orbit-issue-spacex-questions-oneweb-ownership/”>OneWeb, Boeing settle constellation orbit issue; SpaceX questions OneWeb ownership</a></h2> <div class=”post-meta”>by <a title=”Posts by Peter B. de Selding” href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/author/peter/” rel=”author”>Peter B. de Selding</a> | Apr 25, 2017 | Categories: <a href=”?cat=9″>Satellite Manufacturers</a> and <a href=”?cat=2″>Satellite Operators</a>. Tags: <a href=”?cat=127″>boeing</a>, <a href=”?cat=129″>constellation</a>, <a href=”?cat=106″>oneweb</a>, and <a href=”?cat=128″>orbit</a>.</div> <div class=”blog-thumb”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/oneweb-boeing-settle-constellation-orbit-issue-spacex-questions-oneweb-ownership/”> <img src=”https://static1.squarespace.com/static/585ac17dd2b8571a0a8d4478/t/58ffa20537c5819af3695ee1/1493148193927/?format=original” alt=”OneWeb, Boeing settle constellation orbit issue; SpaceX questions OneWeb ownership” width=”150″ height=”150″ /></a> <div class=”ovrly” style=”width: 150px; height: 100%; position: absolute; top: 0px; left: 0px;”></div> </div> <!– .et_pb_image_container –> <section class=”limit-excerpt” style=”position: relative; margin-left: 165px;”> <p class=”ptrunc”>The agreement by OneWeb and Boeing relieves one orbital-debris concern surrounding the prospect of multiple mega-constellations in low Earth orbit. The two constellations have agreed to orbit some distance from each other to make traffic management easier. But that’s just a start. To further protect the orbital environment, OneWeb has proposed debris-mitigation rules that go far beyond…</p> </section></article><!– .et_pb_post –> <article id=”post-214″ class=”et_pb_post clearfix post-214 type-post status-publish format-standard hentry category-launch-segment category-launch-service-providers tag-debris tag-orbit tag-spacex tag-us”> <h2 style=”margin-top: 0;”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/spacex-us-should-vet-debris-measures-for-constellations-seeking-us-access/”>SpaceX: US should vet debris measures for constellations seeking US access</a></h2> <div class=”post-meta”>by <a title=”Posts by Peter B. de Selding” href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/author/peter/” rel=”author”>Peter B. de Selding</a> | Apr 24, 2017 | Categories: <a href=”?cat=7″>Launch Segment</a> and <a href=”?cat=8″>Launch Service Providers</a>. Tags: <a href=”?cat=131″>debris</a>, <a href=”?cat=128″>orbit</a>, <a href=”?cat=14″>spacex</a>, and <a href=”?cat=130″>us</a>.</div> <div class=”blog-thumb”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/spacex-us-should-vet-debris-measures-for-constellations-seeking-us-access/”> <img src=”https://static1.squarespace.com/static/585ac17dd2b8571a0a8d4478/t/58fe06556b8f5b0fe3bfcad5/1493042804143/?format=original” alt=”SpaceX: US should vet debris measures for constellations seeking US access” width=”150″ height=”150″ /></a> <div class=”ovrly” style=”width: 150px; height: 100%; position: absolute; top: 0px; left: 0px;”></div> </div> <!– .et_pb_image_container –> <section class=”limit-excerpt” style=”position: relative; margin-left: 165px;”> <p class=”ptrunc”>  About 7,000 satellites have been launched since the dawn of the space age. If a couple of the mega-constellations now in development are actually built, they will equal that figure in just a few years. Boeing has since lowered the orbit of its proposed constellation to between 970 and 1,082 kilometers after an agreement with OneWeb to assure safe operations. Credit: ESA   PARIS —…</p> </section></article><!– .et_pb_post –> <article id=”post-213″ class=”et_pb_post clearfix post-213 type-post status-publish format-standard hentry category-news category-satellite-manufacturers category-satellite-operators tag-intelsat tag-oneweb tag-softbank”> <h2 style=”margin-top: 0;”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/softbanks-first-pass-at-intelsat-bondholders-comes-up-empty/”>SoftBank’s first pass at Intelsat bondholders comes up empty</a></h2> <div class=”post-meta”>by <a title=”Posts by Peter B. de Selding” href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/author/peter/” rel=”author”>Peter B. de Selding</a> | Apr 21, 2017 | Categories: <a href=”?cat=13″>News</a>, <a href=”?cat=9″>Satellite Manufacturers</a>, and <a href=”?cat=2″>Satellite Operators</a>. Tags: <a href=”?cat=134″>intelsat</a>, <a href=”?cat=106″>oneweb</a>, and <a href=”?cat=133″>Softbank</a>.</div> <div class=”blog-thumb”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/softbanks-first-pass-at-intelsat-bondholders-comes-up-empty/”> <img src=”https://static1.squarespace.com/static/585ac17dd2b8571a0a8d4478/t/58fa2b622994cac80e44ddbc/1492790144969/?format=original” alt=”SoftBank’s first pass at Intelsat bondholders comes up empty” width=”150″ height=”150″ /></a> <div class=”ovrly” style=”width: 150px; height: 100%; position: absolute; top: 0px; left: 0px;”></div> </div> <!– .et_pb_image_container –> <section class=”limit-excerpt” style=”position: relative; margin-left: 165px;”> <p class=”ptrunc”>A successful purchase of Intelsat debt by SoftBank will depend on a common assessment of the relative strengths of Intelsat and startup Internet satellite constellation network OneWeb. Credit: SoftBank   PARIS — Bondholders of satellite fleet operator Intelsat gave a thumbs-down to a $1.7-billion debt-exchange offer proposed and negotiated by SoftBank of Japan, forcing Intelsat to extend…</p> </section></article><!– .et_pb_post –> <article id=”post-211″ class=”et_pb_post clearfix post-211 type-post status-publish format-standard hentry category-satellite-manufacturers tag-brexit tag-martin-sweeting tag-surry-satellite”> <h2 style=”margin-top: 0;”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/surreys-sweeting-brexit-has-had-no-effect-on-our-business/”>Surrey’s Sweeting: Brexit has had no effect on our business</a></h2> <div class=”post-meta”>by <a title=”Posts by Peter B. de Selding” href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/author/peter/” rel=”author”>Peter B. de Selding</a> | Apr 20, 2017 | Categories: <a href=”?cat=9″>Satellite Manufacturers</a>. Tags: <a href=”?cat=123″>brexit</a>, <a href=”?cat=122″>martin sweeting</a>, and <a href=”?cat=121″>surry satellite</a>.</div> <div class=”blog-thumb”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/surreys-sweeting-brexit-has-had-no-effect-on-our-business/”> <img src=”https://static1.squarespace.com/static/585ac17dd2b8571a0a8d4478/t/58f8ad326a4963f73bbeeee2/1492692315740/?format=original” alt=”Surrey’s Sweeting: Brexit has had no effect on our business” width=”150″ height=”150″ /></a> <div class=”ovrly” style=”width: 150px; height: 100%; position: absolute; top: 0px; left: 0px;”></div> </div> <!– .et_pb_image_container –> <section class=”limit-excerpt” style=”position: relative; margin-left: 165px;”> <p class=”ptrunc”>SSTL Executive Chairman Sir Martin Sweeting, right, said his company has seen no negative impact from the Brexit decision and longer term sees possible benefits to the exit from the European Union. Orbital Access CEO Stuart McIntyre said his startup launch-service provider also sees benefits from Brexit. Credit: UK parliamentlive.tv   PARIS — The chairman of the British satellite company…</p> </section></article><!– .et_pb_post –> <div class=”pagination clearfix”> <div class=”alignleft”><a href=”https://spaceintelreport.com/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php?paged=2″>« Older Entries</a></div> <div class=”alignright”></div> </div> </div> <!– .et_pb_posts –>

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