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Sentinel Hub custom script contest

26 March 2019

ESA and the EU are looking for new innovative ideas and scripts for the Sentinel Hub EO Browser. The EO Browser offers data from Copernicus Sentinel and ESA missions, with tools to visualise, analyse and process that wealth of data.

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Funding sustainability of the environmental in situ observing networks in Europe

22 March 2019

The Copernicus In Situ Coordination team conducted a survey to analyse sustainability of in situ measurements and infrastructures for ocean, atmosphere and met services.

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Free satellite data available to help tackle public sector challenges

21 March 2019

Anyone working in the UK public sector can now receive free access to more than a thousand high-resolution satellite images of Britain, the UK Space Agency announced today (21 March 2019).

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NGA launches $1.2M challenge to advance geomagnetic data collection for the World Magnetic Model

20 March 2019

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency launched MagQuest, a $1.2 million global open innovation challenge. NGA calls upon solvers to submit novel approaches to geomagnetic data collection for the World Magnetic Model.

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600th Activation of the International Charter

20 March 2019

On 19 March 2019, the International Charter 'Space and Major Disasters' was activated in response to flooding in Indonesia. This marks the 600th activation of the Charter since it became operational in November 2000.

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British-funded dengue forecasting system in Vietnam aims to curb mosquito-borne virus

19 March 2019

A British consortium funded by the UK Space Agency on Tuesday launched a pioneering dengue forecasting system in Vietnam, in the hope of curbing the spread of the deadly mosquito-borne disease that has afflicted the south east Asian nation for generations.

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Data analytics to shape the future of Earth observation

19 March 2019

The Earth observation industry is continually evolving, anticipating a seamless integration of new technologies, sensing modalities and unconventional data sources.

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DARPA continues work on satellite servicing program as it seeks new ride

17 March 2019

Nearly two months after Maxar dropped out of a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency program to demonstrate satellite servicing, the agency is continuing to develop the servicing technology as it examines options to get it into space.

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Audacy partners with Finland's ICEYE for Real-Time Satellite Communication Network

15 March 2019

Space communications service provider, Audacy has signed a memorandum of understanding with earth observation company ICEYE for working together to explore the possibility of using Audacy's inter-satellite data relay network for continuous satellite communications for SAR satellite constellation of ICEYE. 

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WRC, DWS launch new satellite earth observation project

15 March 2019

The Water Research Commission (WRC), the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) and the Department of Science and Technology on Friday released a report showing the potential of a new project to monitor cyanobacteria blooms and eutrophication in South Africa's fresh waterbodies.

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Turning Space Data Into Smart Insights

08 March 2019

Today, big data is being collected thousands of miles up in space by a whole host of orbiting satellites. The increase in data volumes continues to grow exponentially as more satellites are launched. According to a report by Sparks and Honey, 6,200 small satellites are expected to be launched over the next 10 years.

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ISRO, French agency to launch sat network to monitor Indian Ocean

07 March 2019

ISRO and CNES have decided to set up a network of satellites for matitime surveillance to safeguard the Indian waters. CNES president Jean-Yves Le Gall and Isro chairman K Sivan signed an agreement in this regard in Bengaluru.

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U.S. records wettest winter capped by a cooler, wetter February 2019

06 March 2019

After a steady march of snow and rain storms across the country between December 2018 and the end of February 2019, it's no surprise that the contiguous U.S. marked its wettest winter on record.

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Satellite servicing becomes an actual market

01 March 2019

Satellite manufacturing might be somewhat in limbo right now as operators look to see how the upcoming mega-constellations change the world of satellite communications.

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Satellogic plans to remap the planet at one meter resolution each week

01 March 2019

Satellogic, a geospatial analytics company headquartered in Buenos Aires, plans to remap the planet at one meter of resolution every week and dramatically reduce the cost of high-frequency geospatial analytics. This has the possibility of initiating new pathbreaking developments in Earth Observation and enabling new developments in analytics as well.

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DMC Constellation strengthens wide area monitoring capabilities

27 February 2019

Airbus Defence and Space is now offering new capabilities for wide area monitoring through the DMC Constellation, bringing increased resolution (from 12 to 24m) and extra spectral bands, including Red-Edge, Blue, Coastal Blue and Panchromatic. These new assets will boost key capabilities for agriculture, environmental monitoring and disaster management applications.

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Space forum 2019: leveraging data from space

25 February 2019

On 21 and 22 May, space and digital experts will share their knowledge and discuss the latest trends during the next edition of Space Forum. Organised in parallel with ICT Spring, a global tech conference, Space Forum will take place at the European Convention Center Luxembourg, at the very heart of Europe.

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Central America Unites to Take a Nanosatellite to Space

24 February 2019

The Central American Association of Aeronautics and Space (ACAE) announced today the development of a new project that will put Central America once again in space. This is the construction of a CubeSat (a small satellite or nanosatellite) which will have as a scientific mission to measure the exposure to flood watershed selected in the Central American region and thus be able to prevent the impact caused by them.

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Seattle-area Earth observation satellite factory LeoStella is open for business

18 February 2019

When you hear the words "satellite factory," LeoStella's operations in a nondescript office park south of Seattle probably isn't the image that comes to mind. But that's exactly what it is.

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Space harpoon skewers 'orbital debris'

15 February 2019

The British-led mission to test techniques to clear up space junk has demonstrated a harpoon in orbit.

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