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February 13th, 2017
China to Launch First Remote Sensing Luojia-1A satellite Capable of Detecting High-Lighted Structures

First remote sensing satellite will be launched by China capable of detecting large lighted structures on the ground at night. Scientists at Wuhan University in Hubei province is developing the Luojia-1A, a 10-kilogramme mini satellite that will carry a highly sensitive night light camera with a 100-meter ground image resolution, Li Deren, chief scientist of the project was quoted as saying by state-run China News Service. Read More at News Nation