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China Launches Another BeiDou Navigation Satellite
China sent a new BeiDou navigation satellite into orbit...
Isro Conducts First Crew Escape Test for India’s Manned Mission to Space
Taking a first step towards the country's human space...
Across China: Remote Sensing Identifies Permafrost Risks on Qinghai-Tibet Plateau
LANZHOU - Chinese scientists are using unmanned aerial vehicles...
Indonesia’s Institut Teknologi Bandung Signs MoU for Utilisation of Science and Technology in Geospatial Information
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Institut Teknologi...
China’s Earth Observation Satellites Monitor Typhoon Maria
China has been using two of its Earth observation...
China Launches Another BeiDou Navigation Satellite
China sent a new BeiDou navigation satellite into orbit...
GEC: Land surveying begins in Kanchi district of Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI: Amid tight security, the district administration has begun...
Planet Signs Deal with Thailand’s Space Agency to Serve National Monitoring
SAN FRANCISCO - Planet, the leading geospatial data and analytics...
Azerbaijan, Austria to Cooperate in the Field of Real Estate Cadastre and Geographic Information System
Azerbaijan`s State Committee on Property Issues and Austria`s Federal...
Russia to Procure New Remote-Sensing Satellite
The Russian space agency Roscosmos is planning to issue...

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Tuesday, October 31st, 2017

Japan Eyes Free Satellite Imaging Data for Businesses

Japan looks to offer companies free access to troves of satellite images starting in fiscal-year 2018, aiming to help with tasks such as inspecting infrastructure remotely and forecasting crop harvests. The move will be announced in a...

Monday, October 9th, 2017

South Australian Consortium Delivering Water Project for Chinese City

Water industry experts from South Australia were appointed to deliver a stormwater harvesting pilot project for the Chinese city of Jinan under the Sponge City program, which is part of AU$400 million being invested in Jinan over...

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

Australia Establishing National Space Agency

Although its space industry employs about 11,500 people, Australia is one of the few major developed countries to not have a space agency. But that’s about to change after a domestic industry review called for a dedicated...

Monday, September 25th, 2017

Bombing Missions of the Vietnam War

Between 1965 and 1975, the United States and its allies dropped more than 7.5 million tons of bombs on Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia—double the amount dropped on Europe and Asia during World War II. Pound for pound,...

Monday, September 11th, 2017

Satellite Images of North Korea Show Landslides at Nuclear Test Site

Analysts peering at satellite images of North Korea after its latest nuclear test spotted many landslides and wide disturbances at the country’s test site. Tunnels for the nuclear blasts are deep inside Mount Mantap, a mile-high peak....

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017

Tsunami-Ravaged Architecture Preserved in Digital Archive

An emerging architectural research method is being used to document the architectural heritage of Indonesian buildings wiped out in the 2004 tsunami. Banda Aceh, on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, was one of the worst affected areas...

Tuesday, August 29th, 2017

SpaceX Launches Taiwan’s Earth-Observation Satellite

SpaceX successfully launched FORMOSAT-5, the first fully Taiwan-made Earth observation satellite, from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California on Aug. 24, 2017, nearly four years after its original intended late-2013 launch. The 475-kilogram satellite was sent into...

Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017

Indian Government Strikes Drone Deals with United States, Israel

The Indian government recently cleared a deal with the United States to purchase 22 MQ-9 Guardian surveillance drones. This deal, initiated last year and officially cleared in June 2017, is worth an estimated $2 billion. The Indian...

Tuesday, August 15th, 2017

South Korea Developing Earth-Based Navigation System to Protect Ships from Cyber Attacks

South Korea has begun development of Earth-based navigation technology as an alternative to satellite-based systems to protect its ships from cyber attacks. The Earth-based navigation technology is known as eLoran, and is an upgraded version of radio...

Tuesday, August 1st, 2017

Australia’s First GPS Infrastructure Officially in Space

Australia officially has its first GPS infrastructure in space, according to the nation’s Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne. A four-kilogram, U.S.-developed Biarri-Point cubesat was launched as part of the QB50 constellation in April 2017 toward the...

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