A certain space company, whose name rhymes with "Ace Pecs," keeps revising the possible, meaning competitors need to revise, too. Will they?
The European Union wants a European high-speed broadband satellite system. Does it make sense? Maybe there's a more useful mission.
Part 3: It must be nice to never pay attention to a customer's needs, nor offer a compelling product with ground support. SMC's gotchya.
Part 2: The more SMC spends on infrared systems, the more they stay the same...maybe. At least when compared with SBIRS.
Part 1: When SMC buys expensive infrared satellites, does a lt. colonel get its wings? Especially if the satellites are still "juicy targets?"
Expect more crocodile tears and handwringing from lawmakers as SDA bypasses NSSL for cheaper, more-responsive, launch prices.
Nations with thousands of islands using satellites as their communications backbone. At least one is eyeing Starlink.