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Virgin Galactic conducted its first test flight of its SpaceShipTwo suborbital vehicle in more than five months Jan. 11 as the company prepares to begin powered test flights of the vehicle.
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SpaceX has delayed its two commercial crew test flights by four months, according to a new NASA schedule released Jan. 11, raising questions about whether it or Boeing will be able to send astronauts to the International Space Station by the end of the year as previously planned.
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NOAA's future constellation could include a mix of large government-owned and government-operated satellites, imaging instruments hosted on commercial satellites, small satellites in low Earth orbit and data purchased from commercial firms.
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Spanish rocket startup PLD Space received 2 million euros ($2.4 million) from a European Commission grant program to further the development of a pair of launchers designed for small satellites.
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    Job Description
    TitleGNSS Propagation and SBAS Processing Design Engineering Support for EGNOS
    Job codeRT-S/NAV-PRS/00049
    Job posted on12/10/2017
    Contract typePermanent
    Start datewithin 2 months
    Job Description

    Specific Tasks

    • Task 1 : Support to the coordination and critical assessment of all
    propagation and associated design related issues within EGNOS Project
    Office including algorithm assessment and recommendations;
    • Task 2 : Support to the animation of an international technical subgroup
    (e.g. contributing to IWG Technical Subgroup) related to GNSS and
    Ionospheric modelling and processing (e.g. for iono gradients and
    • Task 3 : Participation and contribution to multi-modal (e.g. Aviation,
    Maritime) GNSS standardisation groups for what concerns propagation
    effects modelling and processing (e.g. scintillation, multipath);
    • Task 4 : Support to the management of several R&D projects related to
    GNSS related propagation (e.g. MONITOR, Multi-path Studies,
    Interference mitigation);
    • Task 5 : Support to the preparation and validation of ionospheric model
    data and delivery to EGNOS V2/V3/Evolutions Contractor(s);
    • Task 6 : Support the coordination with TEC support with respect to
    propagation related subjects:
    o modelling of the navigation propagation signals using state-of- the-art
    software tools and databases;
    o modelling of ionospheric propagation conditions and their effects on
    SBAS satellite navigation missions;
    • Task 7 : Support the definition of campaigns to serve R&D and other
    EGNOS project needs (e.g. for scintillation monitoring).
    • Task 8 : Assist the Head of EGNOS Systems Engineering Section with
    the planning and execution of R&D activities as well as in managing the
    necessary software tools and databases related to IONO modelling and
    • Task 9 : Supporting several projects, the service provider will be
    involved in project reviews for EGNOS (e.g. V2/V3 system and
    subssytem reviews at algorithm level);


    • Master’s degree or equivalent qualification in Engineering, physics or
    Computer science with proven knowledge and experience in the fields of
    Algorithms, Navigation and related data.
    • Knowledge and experience in EGNOS standards (e.g. MOPS/SARPS)
    • Knowledge and experience in EGNOS integrity & continuity justification
    • Knowledge and experience in EGNOS system algorithmic performance
    related design & justification (in particular concerning propagation effects
    algorithmic solutions in SBAS)
    • Knowledge and experience in GNNS signals and R&D projects
    • Experiences in, procurement of industrial activities.
    • Knowledge and experience in using and assessing EGNOS
    performance simulations and tools.

    Contact information
    CompanyVITROCISET Belgium Sprl
    Contact nameLjiljana Petkov
    AddressBratustraße 7, Darmstadt
    not applicable
    Phone+32 61 23 00 04
    Fax+32 61 23 02 69;
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