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Boeing 702 Fleet
Boeing 702 Fleet

35 media

Boeing 601 Fleet
Boeing 601 Fleet

16 media

Global Positioning System (GPS) IIF
Global Positioning System (GPS) IIF

5 media

Space Based Surveillance System
Space Based Surveillance System

2 media

Boeing 376 Fleet
Boeing 376 Fleet

16 media

Spectrolab
Spectrolab

3 media

Boeing Mission Control Center
BI230227 (sef08-00378-020)
Boeing Mission Control Center
In August 2008, Boeing completed a $10 million, 20,500-square-foot satellite Mission Control Center in...
TDRS-M in Orbit
BI49860 (TS1367)
TDRS-M in Orbit
The sixth and final Boeing-built TDRS satellite joins NASA’s TDRS network and provide high-bandwidth...
Boeing TDRS-J Satellite Series
BI411110 (TDRS-HIJ_Hi-Res_12-2010)
Boeing TDRS-J Satellite Series
Boeing previously built the three satellites in the TDRS H, I, and J series (shown here) for NASA’s Goddard...
702MP GiSAT
BI49901 (303040_GiSAT__HiRes (002))
702MP GiSAT
The Boeing 702MP satellite GiSAT Global IP, scheduled to enter service in 2019. GiSAT Global IP will...
Satelites Mexicanos (Satmex 7) 702SP Satellite in Orbit
BI45291 (sef12-03099)
Satelites Mexicanos (Satmex 7) 702SP Satellite in Orbit
Satmex 7 is a hybrid satellite with both C- and Ku-band capacity that will serve Satmex's Latin America...
Syncom, the First Geosynchronous Communications Satellite
BI410451 (syncom_in_space)
Syncom, the First Geosynchronous Communications Satellite
The 1963 launch of Syncom, the world's first geosynchronous communications satellite, began a communications...
Syncom, the First Geosynchronous Communications Satellite
BI410448 (shop)
Syncom, the First Geosynchronous Communications Satellite
The 1963 launch of Syncom, the world's first geosynchronous communications satellite, began a communications...
Syncom, the First Geosynchronous Communications Satellite
BI410449 (eiffel)
Syncom, the First Geosynchronous Communications Satellite
The 1963 launch of Syncom, the world's first geosynchronous communications satellite, began a communications...
Syncom 3 Test Pictures
BI410450 (Syncom)
Syncom 3 Test Pictures
Syncom 3 test pictures are the prelude to the first live Olympics TV coverage – the 1964 Games in Tokyo....
Syncom, the First Geosynchronous Communications Satellite
BI616912 (83-26143)
Syncom, the First Geosynchronous Communications Satellite
The 1963 launch of Syncom, the world's first geosynchronous communications satellite, began a communications...
Engineers pose with Syncom Satellite, 1963
BI43878 (r-90499)
Engineers pose with Syncom Satellite, 1963
Hughes engineers (from left to right) Don Williams, Harold Rosen, and Thomas Hudspeth designed the electronics,...
Syncom Descendant Optus B
BI410454 (93SC-37693E_Syncom)
Syncom Descendant Optus B
Still traveling: Hudspeth and Rosen in 1993, the 30th anniversary of Syncom. Behind them is a near full-scale...
Syncom 3
BI410452 (S-40685_Syncom)
Syncom 3
A model of Syncom 3, which was launched in August 1964. Like Olympians C.K. Yang (left) and Rafer Johnson,...
First Live Broadcast Using Syncom 3
BI410453 (4S20726_Syncom)
First Live Broadcast Using Syncom 3
October 1964: the first live Olympics TV coverage, from the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo, is broadcast...
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