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China’s Satnav Industry Grows 29 pct in 2015
BEIJING, (Xinhua) -- The output value of China's satellite...
Mizoram Remote Sensing Applcn Centre erects stone at Tropic of Cancer
Mizoram Remote Sensing Application Centre (MIRSAC), Directorate of Science...
LS Hails ISRO for Successful Laud of Reusable Launch Vehicle
The Lok Sabha today hailed ISRO for successfully launching...
Sand Mapping to be Done for Irrigation Projects
A total of seven lakh cubic metres of sand...
Dr Radhadevi First Indian Woman Space Scientist to Receive Eduard Dolezal Award
Bengaluru: Senior space scientist Dr P V Radhadevi scripted...
In a First, U’khand to Deploy Camera-Equipped Drones to Advise Farmers on Soil Fertility
DEHRADUN: In a first in the country, Uttarakhand is...
Satellite Map Helps Prevent Fires in Southeast Asia
A map that uses data from Earth-observing satellites to...
New Test for Nintendo? Mapping Rules to Affect South Korea Launch
Nintendo's smash hit Pokemon GO is likely to face...
China Developing Satellite to Monitor Floods, Drought
BEIJING: China will launch its first geoscientific satellite by...
Korea’s SI Imaging: DigitalGlobe is No Longer Alone in Selling 50-cm Imagery
PARIS – SI Imaging Services (SIIS) of South Korea...

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Friday, July 22nd, 2016

China’s Satnav Industry Grows 29 pct in 2015

BEIJING, (Xinhua) -- The output value of China's satellite navigation and location-based service industry grew 29.2 percent year on year in 2015, with the country's self-developed BeiDou Navigation Satellite System making a big contribution, according to a...

Wednesday, July 20th, 2016

Mizoram Remote Sensing Applcn Centre erects stone at Tropic of Cancer

Mizoram Remote Sensing Application Centre (MIRSAC), Directorate of Science and Technology and Geography Association of Mizoram (GAM) today erected a stone at a place where the Tropic of Cancer runs through Mizoram, an official statement said. Read...

Wednesday, July 20th, 2016

LS Hails ISRO for Successful Laud of Reusable Launch Vehicle

The Lok Sabha today hailed ISRO for successfully launching 20 satellites together including India's earth observation Cartosat-2 series satellite from Sriharikota. Read More at Business Standard

Monday, July 18th, 2016

Sand Mapping to be Done for Irrigation Projects

A total of seven lakh cubic metres of sand shall be excavated from mid-Manair by the State Mining department within the next 45 days, to be used for construction of irrigation projects. A decision to this effect...

Monday, July 18th, 2016

Dr Radhadevi First Indian Woman Space Scientist to Receive Eduard Dolezal Award

Bengaluru: Senior space scientist Dr P V Radhadevi scripted history at Prague on Saturday when she was awarded the Eduard Dolezal Award 2016. Read More at English Mathrubhumi

Monday, July 18th, 2016

In a First, U’khand to Deploy Camera-Equipped Drones to Advise Farmers on Soil Fertility

DEHRADUN: In a first in the country, Uttarakhand is going to introduce an unmanned airborne remote sensing system using drones equipped with sophisticated cameras which will analyse the fertility of soil, based on which farmers can decide...

Thursday, July 14th, 2016

Satellite Map Helps Prevent Fires in Southeast Asia

A map that uses data from Earth-observing satellites to calculate the risk of fire catching and spreading has been launched to help countries in Southeast Asia ward off damaging blazes. Read More at EandT

Thursday, July 14th, 2016

New Test for Nintendo? Mapping Rules to Affect South Korea Launch

Nintendo's smash hit Pokemon GO is likely to face hurdles in South Korea, where Google mapping functions are restricted due to security issues with North Korea - though some fans are already trekking out to one remote...

Wednesday, July 13th, 2016

China Developing Satellite to Monitor Floods, Drought

BEIJING: China will launch its first geoscientific satellite by 2020 for forecasting hydrological events, including floods and droughts. Read More at Economics Times

Thursday, July 7th, 2016

Korea’s SI Imaging: DigitalGlobe is No Longer Alone in Selling 50-cm Imagery

PARIS – SI Imaging Services (SIIS) of South Korea on July 6 said it had begun commercial sales of imagery from its Kompsat-3A optical Earth observation satellite, making Korea the second nation, after the United States, to...

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