20 stories about Spacecom
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Earth & Beyond incubator determined to transform Israel into NewSpace leader

01.04.22|Yafit Ovadia
The incubator plans to invest $125 million in space tech startups over the next eight years. “We want to be part of the NewSpace revolution,” says Director Ofer Asif
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Spacecom, Israeli government to invest NIS 400 million in space tech incubator

24.02.22|Yafit Ovadia
The “Earth & Beyond” incubator will be the first of its kind in Israel and will provide space tech and communications startups with funding to develop deep-tech
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Spacecom provides satellite communication services to unserved communities in Africa

05.03.21|Yafit Ovadia
Spacecom, Israel’s sole satellite communications provider, uses its digital satellites to reach remote territories, bridging gaps, and enabling health and educational services
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An Explosion, a Failed Satellite, and a Legal Probe: Exiting CEO Comments on Spacecom's Turbulent Decade

01.01.20|Golan Hazani
After 24 years as CEO of Israel’s only satellite company, David Pollack stepped down Wednesday, leaving behind a company he believes is on the rise
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Satellite Operator Spacecom's AMOS-17 Reaches Orbit Point

18.11.19|Avior Abou
AMOS-17 was launched in August from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on the back of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket
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Spacecom CEO Steps Down

31.10.19|Avior Abou
David Pollak has led the Israeli satellite company for 24 years
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Spacecom's Controlling Stake Headed to TASE

12.08.19|Golan Hazani
The 54% stake is held by five Israeli institutional investors since controlling shareholder Eurocom went into receivership in 2018
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Israeli Satellite Operator Spacecom Successfully Launches AMOS-17

07.08.19|Avior Abou
Initially postponed due to malfunction, on Tuesday SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket successfully lifted off Spacecom’s new communication satellite into space
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Israeli Satellite Operator Spacecom to Launch AMOS-17 on Tuesday

04.08.19|Mickey Greenfeld
On Friday, Spacecom announced it is postponing the launch, originally scheduled for Sunday, by several days due to a malfunction in the SpaceX launchpad
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Satellite Operator Spacecom in Talks With a Client Comparable to Facebook, Says CEO

28.07.19|Hezi Sternlicht
Spacecom is set to launch its new satellite, AMOS-17, next week, and has already reported an order backlog valued at $58 million
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Aeronautics Stakeholder Aaron Frenkel Looking to Acquire Satellite Operator Spacecom

24.07.19|Golan Hazani
The Israeli businessman, who owns a 33% stake in the Israeli drone maker, recently made a second offer to acquire the satellite communications company at a valuation of $52.8 million
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Spacecom Terminates SpaceX Satellite Launch Deal

25.09.18|Amitay Gazit
The Israeli satellite operator is set to contract Israeli IAI to build its next satellite
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AMOS-8 Satellite to Be Built in Israel With Government Funding

04.09.18|Amarelle Wenkert
The funding means that the AMOS satellites operator Spacecom will be able to withdraw from its $112 million deal with U.S. company Loral, which it contracted to build AMOS-8 in March
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Spacecom Moves Forward With $55 Million Deal With Unnamed Company

Spacecom received the necessary regulatory approval to finalize the four-year contract it signed in May for providing communication services
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For the Second Time: Spacecom Postpones Deal With U.S. Satellite Manufacturer Loral

25.06.18|Hezi Sternlicht
Spacecom announced in March it has contracted Loral to build its AMOS-8 satellite. In late May, the company postponed its down-payment by 30 days, after failing to make it within 60 days
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Spacecom Postpones Deal With California-Based Satellite Manufacturer Loral

27.05.18|Tofi Stoler
According to the original agreement announced in March, the deal should have become void when Spacecom failed to pay the down payment within 60 days
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Spacecom Signs $55 Million Deal With Unnamed Company

21.05.18|Amitay Gazit
$30 million of the sum is for services to be provided by Spacecom’s new satellite AMOS-17, scheduled for launch in the second quarter of 2019
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Israeli Government Intervention Likely to Void Deal with U.S Satellite Contractor Loral

30.04.18|Golan Hazani
Last month, Israeli satellite operator Spacecom announced it awarded Loral with a contract to design a new communication satellite, choosing the U.S.-based company over Israeli state-owned aerospace contractor IAI
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