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C-COM to Open Phased Array Antenna R&D Centre at University of Waterloo Ahead of Commercial Development

C-COM Satellite Systems is opening a new R&D facility for its phased array antenna development, according to a release issued last week. The facility will be located on the campus of the University of Waterloo, and will be opening in January of 2023. C-COM CEO Leslie Klein provided some updates on the status of the development of their Phased Array Antenna technology. This page is …

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Canada Elects Not to Renew CETA Trade Agreement Space Related Section

The Canadian government has elected not to renew a space-related section of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) with the European Union (EU) after a 2022 report by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) said no Canadian organization reported being able to access any EU contract covered by the agreement. This page is for subscribers only. Already a subscriber? Log in. Fact-driven space news, columns, …

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Aird & Berlis Space Tech Law Group

Aird & Berlis Forms Canadian Space Tech Law Group

Toronto Law firm Aird & Berlis LLP has created a new space-focused task force. The Toronto corporate law firm has been practicing for over a hundred years, developing a strong reputation in the corporate finance space. It has even recently seen a senior partner, Angela Swan, receive the Order of Canada.

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To Market, To Market – Part 5 of An Entrepreneurial Space Series

To Market, To Market – Part 5 of An Entrepreneurial Space Series

This is the fifth in the series of articles on a little drama that I have been calling “An Entrepreneurial Space.”  If you haven’t read the previous chapters, you might want to look them up prior to reading this one, as they provide some valuable context. So far in the series we have introduced the main players that appear in the life of an entrepreneurial …

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Whalers Way Orbital Launch Complex. Credit: Southern Launch.

Australia’s Space Launch Ecosystem

Southern Launch and ATSpace announced on November 14th that they would be delaying the launch of their ‘Eco Test’ VS03 rocket mission. Inclement weather at the Whalers Way Launch Complex had damaged the ATSpace Kestrel I launch vehicle in Southern Australia, and the companies said that they needed time to assess and correct the damage. 

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SpaceRyde engine test November 3, 2021

SpaceRyde Signs Agreement for Four Commercial Launches

Toronto-based SpaceRyde signed a multiple launch agreement (MLA) with ISILaunch Services for four Canadian commercial launches starting in 2024. This page is for subscribers only. Already a subscriber? Log in. Fact-driven space news, columns, business, policy, technology and more. Support independent journalism. SUBSCRIBE TODAY

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