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China Launch New Satellite into Space to ‘Spy on Earth’ in Bid to Match US Military
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Google Maps Back in China After Eight Years
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Indian Launch for British Colour Video Earth Observation Prototype
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India Launches 31 Satellites in Single Mission
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Pakistan Alleges India Using Satellites for Military Purposes
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1Spatial Wins USD766,000 US Contract For Geographic Information System
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Baidu Unveils Apollo 2.0 at CES 2018: More Mapping, More Test Drives, and Udacity Partnership
Baidu just announced the second version of its Apollo...
First Chinese launch of 2018 puts two SuperView-1 observation satellites into low Earth orbit
China on Tuesday carried out its first launch of...
Indian Railways to Deploy Drones for Project Monitoring
India: The Indian Railways has decided to deploy drones...
Joint Venture With Japan Could Yield Connectivity Through High-Altitude, Solar-Powered Drone
A high-altitude pseudo-satellite (HAPS) is a category of unmanned...

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Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

ISRO and Bangalore based Navika gets India GPS freedom

India gets the technology-freedom in one of the key areas of global positioning systems (GPS), which is important not only for improving the lives of most of Indians and also for strategic purposes. Read More at EE...

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

India Seeks to Limit Use of Maps and Satellite Images

Indians are discussing a plan to ban use of maps or satellite images of the country without approval from the government. Read More at Learning English

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

North Korea Registers Satellite with UN

North Korea has official registered its recently launched satellite with the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA), according to DPRK media and a letter on the UN office’s website. Read More at NK News

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

China Launches Ziyuan-3 Remote Sensing Satellite and Argentina’s Aleph-1

China launched its second Ziyuan-3 series high-resolution remote sensing satellite along with two small Argentinian craft on Monday morning. Read More at GB Times

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

CSIR Mulls National Water Mapping Program

New Delhi: The Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) is mulling over a National Water Mapping Programme aimed at finding groundwater hot spots, mapping the structures, and measuring salinity and other characteristics. CSIR-National Geophysical Research Institute...

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

GIS-Based Map Protects Children’s Lives in Chiba

To protect primary school students from traffic accidents, the Chiba prefectural police have distributed commuting route maps among schools, indicating spots where students have been injured or killed in traffic accidents.  Read More at The Japan News

Friday, May 27th, 2016

ISRO Planning to Launch Next Reusable Vehicle Test after Studying Flight Data

ISRO: A senior official from the Indian Space Research Organisation said in a statement that India will experiment its succeeding set of space technologies concerning to the Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV) very soon after analysing the data...

Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

ISRO’s RLV Test: It’s all About lowering the Cost of Satellite Launches

Almost everything that ISRO has accomplished in the last few years, has already been done before although by only one or two other countries. Monday’s test of a reusable satellite launch vehicle (RLV) is no different. What...

Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

Lapan A3 Satellite to be Launched in June

Bengkulu - The National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (Lapan) will launch the Lapan A3 Satellite in June 2016 for conducting several earth observation missions. Read More at Antara News

Tuesday, May 24th, 2016

Australia Turns to GNSS for Primary Navigation

Almost 180 ground-based navigation aids and associated non-precision approach procedures will be withdrawn from service this week after Australia earlier this year moved to more accurate, mandated satellite navigation technology. Read More at Air Traffic Management

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