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10 projects funded to extend UK’s leadership in Earth Observation

16 July 2019

The UK's capabilities were boosted today with 10 projects receiving a share of £2m to develop technologies that could transform weather forecasting and the study of climate change.

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‘UAE to come back stronger with the launch of Falcon Eye 2 soon’

14 July 2019

The loss of the Falcon Eye 1 satellite last week will not deter the UAE from pursuing its ambitious space programme but will propel it to soar higher with its Falcon Eye 2 launch "very soon", a senior official said.

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U.S. has its wettest 12 months on record – again

09 July 2019

Rain – and plenty of it – was the big weather story in June, adding to a record-breaking 12 months of precipitation for the contiguous U.S. It's the third consecutive time in 2019 (April, May and June) the past 12-month precipitation record has hit an all-time high.

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Airbus to develop CO3D Earth Observation programme for CNES

09 July 2019

The French Space Agency (CNES) has awarded the CO3D (Constellation Optique 3D) contract to Airbus. Under this agreement, Airbus will deliver a global high-resolution Digital Surface Model (DSM).

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EUMETSAT will open pilot big data services to all users in Autumn 2019

02 July 2019

The EUMETSAT Council has agreed to open four pilot 'big data' services to all users of the organisation's meteorological and climate data in Autumn 2019.

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Startup shares disaster imagery, but at what cost?

28 June 2019

Government space agencies and multinational corporations have well-established mechanisms in place to respond to requests for imagery in the wake of fires, floods or other disasters. For Iceye, the Finnish firm that launched the first small radar satellite in 2018, the frequent requests pose challenges.

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The extreme technology transforming space engineering

27 June 2019

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the first Apollo moon landing. This was possible thanks to an extraordinary acceleration of space technology. Within a remarkably short period of time leading up to the event, engineers had mastered rocket propulsion, on-board computing and space operations, partially thanks to an essentially unlimited budget.

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International Charter uses satellite data to assist disaster response

25 June 2019

Set up towards the end of 2000, the International Charter Space and Major Disasters has so far provided satellite images to support rescue operations in 610 major disasters in 125 countries.

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China offers customised weather satellite services to BRI countries

20 June 2019

China is to deliver customised data services to 22 more countries along the Belt and Road through its Fengyun meteorological satellites.

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Firefly opens first rocket flight to entrepreneurs, students

17 June 2019

In a bid to attract more customers and employees into Firefly's aerospace activities, the startup plans to offer valuable payload space to these two groups on its first Alpha rocket flight in December.

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Indian space station can double up as earth observation satellites

14 June 2019

Indian scientists say that Indian space station can double up as earth observation satellites with the installation of necessary instruments like cameras.

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Virgin to join Polish start-up for nanosatellites

07 June 2019

Poland's space sector rides the astral wave as Richard Branson's Virgin Orbit signs a letter of intent to cooperate with Wrocław-based SatRevolution startup to put nanosatellites in space.

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Deep learning model speeds up automates satellite image analysis

05 June 2019

Algorithm trains itself to identify objects, unlocking new geospatial workflow efficiencies.

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BlackSky revs up satellite operations and teams up with HawkEye 360 and NRO

03 June 2019

Seattle-based BlackSky is ramping up commercial operations of its satellite-based geospatial intelligence platform, thanks to newly announced deals with the National Reconnaissance Office and HawkEye 360, a company that has its own radio-sensing satellites in orbit.

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Azercosmos exports satellite and telecommunication services to 18 countries

03 June 2019

In January-April Azercosmos exported satellite and telecommunication services worth $13.7 million to 18 countries.

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Microsatellite swarms could paint clearer picture of our planet

28 May 2019

Tiny, low-cost satellites that can work together to boost their output and a technology that reduces the loss of satellite data are two of the latest innovations to hit the Earth observation market – and the results promise to reveal a more detailed image of our planet.

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Real-time visibility into land changes key to ending deforestation

27 May 2019

With technological advances in Earth observation, we may be only a few years away from screening commodity index funds for environmental risks the same way we account for other financially material risks in public equities today.

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SSTL welcomes Thai engineers for THEOS-2 programme

16 May 2019

SSTL has welcomed Customer Engineers from the Thai Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency to Guildford to participate in the THEOS-2 SmallSAT Earth Observation project.

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Landsat collection 2 summary, sample metadata now available

15 May 2019

With the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) putting the finishing touches on its Landsat Collection 2 product, it's taking several steps to ensure that the Landsat user community has sufficient time to augment its current Landsat Collection-based data processing flow.

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UAE Space Agency to launch satellite developed by students

12 May 2019

The UAE Space Agency and EXOLAUNCH on Sunday announced a satellite developed by UAE students will be launched into orbit by the end of this year.

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