8 stories about AMOS-6
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Satellite Operator Spacecom Plans to Raise $110 Million in Collateral Bonds and Bond Options

10.04.18|Golan Hazani
Of the sum, $50 million will be used to cover some of the costs of its new satellite, AMOS-8, intended to replace a satellite lost at a pre-launch explosion in 2016
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IDB’s Bid for Israeli Satellite Operator Spacecom Nearing Closure

03.04.18|Golan Hazani
Last week, Israel-based holding company IDB made an offer for a controlling stake in satellite operator Spacecom, offering $45.75 million for a 54.7% undiluted stake and an equity infusion of as much as $11.45 million
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Spacecom’s New Satellite Contract Ignites a Ministerial Tiff

27.03.18|Omri Milman
On Sunday, the Israeli satellite operator announced it awarded a $112 million contract for the design and manufacture of its new satellite AMOS-8 to a U.S. company
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Amos Satellite Contract Eludes Israeli State-Owned Aerospace Company

26.03.18|Lilach Baumer
After the last two Israeli satellites were lost - one due to a failure and one in a launchpad explosion, a second satellite in a row will be built in the U.S.
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Israel Aerospace Industries Files a $62 Million Lawsuit Against AMOS-6 Insurers

28.01.18|Tomer Ganon
The satellite built by the company exploded in 2016 during pre-checks, two days before its launch
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CTech’s Daily Israeli Tech News Roundup

Economic growth is doomed in a post-Moore’s Law world, says chipmaking veteran. SpaceX 2016 launchpad explosion destroyed Israel’s satellite Industry, says Israeli Lawmaker
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SpaceX 2016 Rocket Explosion Destroyed Israel’s Satellite Industry, Says Israeli Lawmaker

25.01.18|Amarelle Wenkert
Israeli satellite AMOS-6 was destroyed at the explosion. On Wednesday, Lawmaker Yoav Kisch said that Israel is knowingly killing its satellite industry
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Satellite Operator Signs Launch Contracts with SpaceX a Year After Explosion

18.10.17|Micky Grunfeld
Israeli satellite operator Spacecom lost a deal for its acquisition after its previous satellite was destroyed in a SpaceX rocket explosion last September