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Military Satellite Communications terminals market seeing new technologies and trends

A communications satellite is an artificial satellite that relays and amplifies radio telecommunications signals via a transponder; it creates a communication channel between a source transmitter and a receiver at different locations on Earth. The benefit of a satellite communications network lies in its ability to link users to voice, …

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Military Satellite Communication technologies and market trends

A communications satellite is an artificial satellite that relays and amplifies radio telecommunications signals via a transponder; it creates a communication channel between a source transmitter and a receiver at different locations on Earth. The benefit of a satellite communications network lies in its ability to link users to voice, …

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Space based CRISPR gene-editing to protect astronauts from radiation damage of Deep-space missionss

Deep-space and long-duration missions, where both crew members and spacecraft no longer benefit from the protection of Earth’s magnetic fields, are considered high risk for adverse radiation impacts.  Aircraft flying at altitude, at about 30,000 feet and above, also are starting to experience radiation-induced effects. “There are 500 times more …

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Roll Out Solar Array (ROSA) are flexible and lightweight solar array being tested on Satellites

The solar cells produce electrical power (current) from incident sunlight.  However, individual solar cells generate very little power. So, in order to generate more power, a group of cells that are present in an array form can be used. Solar arrays are primarily used in satellites in order to provide …

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Availability & Reliability of Satellite Constellation, Satellite System and Subsystems

Over the past three years, SpaceX has deployed thousands of satellites into low-Earth orbit as part of its business to beam high-speed internet service from space. But the company’s latest deployment of 49 new satellites after a Feb. 2021 launch did not go as planned.   As a consequence of …

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New Radiation-hardened electronics enable military small satellites in Low Earth Orbit (LEO) to deep space missions

There has been rapid growth in New Space applications like small satellites (small sats) and Low Earth Orbit (LEO) mega constellations or satellite swarms. The increased U.S. investment in military space is driving growth in classified and unclassified applications.   The Satellite has a large number of electronic systems and …

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Satellite Electric Power Subsystem (EPS) is a vital subsystem providing the power required for mission

Satellite present in an orbit should be operated continuously during its life span. All the satellites require internal power in order to operate various electronic systems and communications payloads that are present in it. The Electrical Power System (EPS) is a vital subsystem whose primary role is to supply satellite …

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Enabling technologies of In-Space Assembly (OOS / ISA), automated satellite on-orbit servicing (OOS) and Robotic Manufacturing and Assembly (IRMA)

In the history of spaceflight, almost all spacecraft have been manufactured and assembled on the ground, then integrated into a launch vehicle for delivery into orbit. This approach imposes significant limitations on the size, volume, and design of payloads that can be accommodated within the fairing of a single launch …

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Satellite Image Analysis using Deep learning methods enables Automatic Target Recognition ( ATR) of military targets

Despite substantial advances in global human well-being, the world continues to experience humanitarian crises and natural disasters. Long-term conflicts affect people in many parts of the world, but often, accurate maps of the affected regions either do not exist or are outdated by disaster or conflict. Satellite imagery is readily …

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Global Space Situational Awareness (SSA) Market

There has been exponential growth of space objects, including orbital debris that has increased the in-orbit collision risk. In the year 2019 alone, 385 smallsats were launched & over 1,000 smallsat launches per year is forecasted going forwards. In addition to polluting space, space junk it poses risks for safely …

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