Inmarsat has successfully launched its S-band satellite for the European Aviation Network on an Arianespace Ariane 5 rocket from Kourou in French Guiana.
Global mobile satellite communications company Inmarsat has inked an agreement with Arianespace to launch its S-band satellite for the European Aviation Network (EAN) on an Ariane 5 heavy lift launch vehicle.
Australia’s only would-be commercial satellite operator has hit the wall and been placed into administration after it was revealed that French Government-owned creditor COFACE has withdrawn a major portion of the funding for the US$650 million project to put the Jabiru-1 satellite into space.
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