Space – Satellites
Learn more about Viasat’s growing fleet of powerful spacecraft
With four satellites in orbit today and the three-satellite constellation of ViaSat-3 just around the corner, space and space systems are a major focus for Viasat. Learn how this fascinating side to our business drives the technology to connect the world.
Understanding the basics of radio waves and frequency bands is key to understanding satellite internet technology
Ever wondered how satellite internet works? Here's a brief outline of how it's similar in many ways to traditional internet providers, but with a few key differences.
Where the storm is in relation to the end-user's antenna or the satellite ground station antennas, as well as the intensity of the storm, has a lot to do with whether it will affect internet service -- if at all.
Advances in technology enable high-speed connectivity in many areas where terrestrial providers leave coverage gaps
A look at how satellite innovation is leading to real global coverage
Revision to contract with Arianespace puts Viasat in the A64 launch vehicle
As Viasat’s Real-Time Earth network expands on the ground, the upcoming ViaSat-3 constellation has the potential to provide an extraordinary additional link in the future.
Viasat’s Real-Time Earth Ground Service Provided Commissioning and Operations Support to General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems’ Orbital Test Bed Satellite
Viasat’s role in the OTB program has been to provide initial communications, control and telemetry services to the spacecraft via the Viasat RTE ground station network.
Viasat’s President of Space and Commercial Networks Dave Ryan talks about the impact of Apollo 11 […]
Viasat’s President of Space Systems talks about how the project differs from previous Viasat satellites