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FSS

abbreviation for FORENSIC SCIENCE SERVICE.
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The Bell System's important role in satellite communications experimentation began on August 12, 1960 when a Thor-Delta missile launched Echo I, the world's first passive communications Satellite .
Late June will see a flurry of activity, with three launches of communications satellites. One is for the Intelsat 35e, which will become a part of Intelsat's "Epic" fleet to provide coverage over North and South America, the Caribbean, Europe and Africa.
Spacecom, a communications satellite operator in the Middle East, European Union and North America headquartered in Ramat Gan, paid $100 million for the satellite, and the Israeli government funded the rest.
At present, Japan's broadcasting satellites use analog technology, and the current digital format for broadcasting via communications satellite is relatively outdated.
(NTV) will enter the digital broadcasting field by using an advanced communications satellite to be launched in August, NTV President Seiichiro Ujiie said Friday.
That launch will carry an SES 10 communications satellite to orbit, for Luxembourg's SES, aboard the company's trusted Falcon 9 rocket.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 31, 2015-SSL selected to provide communications satellite to Telkom in Indonesia
ISLAMABAD, December 27, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Pakistan will launch its first indigenously developed communications satellite on August 14, 2011, from a facility in China and its life span will be 15 years.
China is scheduled to conduct three commercial launches next year, including a communications satellite produced by France-based Thales Alenia Space for Eutelsat Communications.
The first is the transformational communications architecture, which will be made possible by the Transformational Communications Satellite (TSAT).

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