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The agreement stipulates that ISI will buy IAI's new observation satellite Earth Resources Observation Satellite (EROS), a series of Israeli commercial Earth observation satellites, designed and manufactured by IAI.
'Unfortunately, an international bid has been announced for the Amos-8 satellite that will replace it, and an international company is likely to win, bringing an end to Israel's satellite communications capabilities."
The comprehensive document is part of organization's new campaign to end Negev lawlessness, and offer solutions to bring the Bedouin community into the fold of Israeli society.
North Korea is continuing to test new military weapons even as US Secy of State Rex Tillerson warns diplomatic options are fading.
Israel is launching two civilian satellites into space, neither of them little more than the size of a carton of milk.
The satellite will be ground controlled by IAI in Israel which will be linked to two sub-stations in the Toulouse Space Center, France, and the Technological Mission Center, Rafael, Haifa, Israel.
Russia's advanced Iskander SS-26 "Stone" ballistic missile system has been spotted at Latakia by Israel's satellite.
Spacecom will receive $196 million for the loss of the Amos 6 satellite, but that doesn't cover the cost of lost revenue.
Pyongyang has conducted five nuclear tests in the past decade and launched an intermediate-range ballistic missile capable of reaching US territories in the Pacific like Guam.
The launch ten days ago looked like a success, except that, about 90 minutes later, the project engineers realized that not all systems were functioning or responsive as the satellite had entered its orbit.
The video of the rocket exploding.
The transaction’s terms are pending the successful entry into service of Spacecom’s Amos-6 telecommunications satellite, scheduled for launch Sept. 3.
The Sheldon Adelson Family Foundation has contributed $16.4 million to the Israel Lunar Project to build the world smallest spacecraft that SpaceIL hopes to...
New satellite images show possible recent nuclear activity at the Parchin facility in Iran as well as attempts to hide evidence of past activity.
If Syrian TV News can't be trusted, who can we trust?
Project head Professor Pini Gurfil says the satellites have great practical applications.