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Smallsats, CubeSats, and Clay Pigeons in Utah

Last month, SST-US staff made their annual pilgrimage to Utah for the 26th Small Satellite Conference. This friendly but important event brings together engineers, developers, and enthusiasts from the small satellite industry and academic researchers to encourage collaboration and discussion on the development and potential of small satellites – and it is growing every year with a reported 1,150 attendees and more than 400 organizations represented this year.

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14 September 20120 Comments0 Comments


Awards season for Surrey

This month Surrey has been presented with two awards that recognize over 25 years of applying innovative approaches to reduce the cost of access to space. Last week, Sir Martin Sweeting, Surrey’s founder, received the 2012 International Von Kármán Wings Award from the Aerospace Historical Society and the Graduate Aerospace Laboratories of the California Institute of Technology (Caltech).

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19 September 20120 Comments0 Comments


SST-US Showcases Innovation at GEOINT 2012 Symposium

Every year since 2003 the big names in geospatial intelligence, defense, and homeland security have gathered for America’s largest annual intelligence event—the GEOINT 2012 Symposium, organized by the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF).

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28 September 20120 Comments0 Comments