April 22, 2014 is Earth Day. Celebrated in different ways all around the globe, Earth Day is considered to be the largest environmental event in the world.
To mark this important day, Iridium wanted to highlight some of the environmental initiatives its network of partners are involved in.
Show us a photo of your everywhere! From October 23 to November 19, submit your photos of your exotic, far-off or otherwise interesting locations through the My Iridium Facebook page for your chance to win—Iridium prize packs will be awarded weekly, leading up the grand prize: a new Iridium Extreme handset with six months of free airtime.
A trip to Mars, for anyone, would be an amazing feat. An unprepared trip to Mars would be nothing short of catastrophic. To prepare humans for what Mars would be like in reality, a mission has been put into place, and with it, questions will be undoubtedly answered.
With the Northern Hemisphere’s summer in full swing, you may be asking yourself, “Do I really need satellite communications on my summer vacation?” Here are a few things to consider before setting off on your own personal expedition.
THE POLLS ARE IN: Iridium® and Spacenet provided Critical Coverage during Mexico’s 2012 Federal Elections
The win by Enrique Peña Nieto of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) wasn’t the only shift to take place during Mexico’s historic July 1, 2012 general elections. For the first time, satellite communications were used to ensure timely, accurate reporting from polls located outside major centers.