Maritime Launch Services Cyclone 4M rocket

MLS to Partner with Precious Payload

Nova Scotia’s Maritime Launch Services (MLS) and US/UAE-based Precious Payload announced earlier this month that they’ll be entering into a partnership on space launches. MLS will be offering space launch opportunities using Precious Payload’s online platform. 

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celestial growth

Celestial Growth Creates First Canadian Space Technology Focused Capital Pool Company

Canadian company Celestial Growth made its public debut today (Dec. 22), listing on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSXV) as a new pathway for Canadian companies to seek funding as they grow. 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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And in conclusion - Entrepreneurial Space Series.

And in Conclusion – Part 7 of An Entrepreneurial Space Series

This is part 7 of my 6 part series on An Entrepreneurial Space.  Yes, you read that right.  I started this series with six parts in mind talking about the various “players” in the world of Entrepreneurial Space.  By the end of the last part, though, I felt like a bit more was needed to bring the whole summarizes together.  And since the last article …

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Peregrine lander

Astrobotic, An Update

In this episode of the Space Economy podcast we a have Future In-Space Operations Q&A from Nov. 30 with Mike Provenzano, Director of Lunar Surface Systems at Astrobotic Technology.

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Space and the Canadian government

Best Supporting Actor? Part 6 of An Entrepreneurial Space Series

This is part 6 of my series on An Entrepreneurial Space.  If you have not read the previous parts, I would suggest that you might want to do so before starting on this one as they will provide some much-needed context. In the previous articles we have talked about The Journey that the Founders of space companies make and some of the characters they encounter …

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Concept: Connected Cars with Phased Array Antennas

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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