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Ministry Announces Third Phase of Space Program
The Ministry of Science and Technology yesterday announced plans...
Brexit In Orbit: UK Space Industry Added 3,400 Jobs In Two Years In Spite Of Uncertainty
The UK’s space sector has seen significant growth in...
Aero India 2019: Airbus to demonstrate fuel efficient aircraft and new generation tactical airlifter C295
Airbus has planned one of its biggest-ever participation at...
Airbus Invests $28.2 Million in German Aerospace Site
Airbus is expanding its aerospace activities at its site...
Euro Group Builds Portal to Support Geospatial Open Data
Not-for-profit organisation EuroGraphics – which represents official bodies including...
Chile Weighs Commercial Replacement for Lone Spy Satellite
WASHINGTON — As the Chilean Air Force looks to replace...
Map Wars: Japan-US Carmakers Join to Counter Google and China
TOKYO -- A Japanese map platform developer funded by...
Indonesia Opens Satellite Image Data to Public
North Nias Marine and Fisheries Agency head Sabar Jaya...

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Thursday, February 14th, 2019

Ministry Announces Third Phase of Space Program

The Ministry of Science and Technology yesterday announced plans to focus on the development of 10 small, high-resolution satellites for the third phase of the National Space Program. Read More at Taipei Times

Thursday, February 14th, 2019

Brexit In Orbit: UK Space Industry Added 3,400 Jobs In Two Years In Spite Of Uncertainty

The UK’s space sector has seen significant growth in income, exports and employment with total income now standing at 14.8 billion pounds (U.S.$19.2 billion), Science Minister Chris Skidmore has announced. Read More at SpaceWatch

Thursday, February 14th, 2019

Aero India 2019: Airbus to demonstrate fuel efficient aircraft and new generation tactical airlifter C295

Airbus has planned one of its biggest-ever participation at Aero India where it will have flying and static displays of its best-in-class products to showcasing its cutting-edge aerospace services. Read More at Financial Express

Thursday, February 14th, 2019

Airbus Invests $28.2 Million in German Aerospace Site

Airbus is expanding its aerospace activities at its site in Ottobrunn/Taufkirchen, near Munich, Germany. Bavarian Minister-President Markus Söder and Airbus Defense and Space Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dirk Hoke, gave the green light for the modernization of...

Thursday, February 14th, 2019

Euro Group Builds Portal to Support Geospatial Open Data

Not-for-profit organisation EuroGraphics – which represents official bodies including UK national mapping agency Ordnance Survey – is leading the Open European Location Services (Open ELS) project and has indicated it expects to deliver the portal in April....

Thursday, February 14th, 2019

Chile Weighs Commercial Replacement for Lone Spy Satellite

WASHINGTON — As the Chilean Air Force looks to replace an aging spy satellite it bought from Airbus a decade ago, the European aerospace giant is facing competition for the project from Ball Aerospace, Lockheed Martin and Maxar...

Thursday, February 14th, 2019

Map Wars: Japan-US Carmakers Join to Counter Google and China

TOKYO -- A Japanese map platform developer funded by leading automakers will acquire an American peer affiliated with General Motors, seeking a stronger position for challenging Google and Chinese rivals in a vital area for self-driving cars....

Thursday, February 14th, 2019

Indonesia Opens Satellite Image Data to Public

North Nias Marine and Fisheries Agency head Sabar Jaya Telaumbanua in North Sumatra province could not hide his excitement when witnessing local fishermen in the regency return with a big catch --much bigger than usual. Read More at Jakarta Times

Wednesday, February 13th, 2019

Human Activity in China and India Dominates the Greening of Earth

The world is literally a greener place than it was 20 years ago, and data from NASA satellites revealed a counterintuitive source for much of this new foliage: China and India. A new study shows that the...

Wednesday, February 13th, 2019

Airbus and Hisdesat Successfully Processed the First TerraSAR-X / PAZ Radar Interferogram

Friedrichshafen, Madrid – Airbus Defence and Space and Hisdesat Servicios Estratégicos, S.A. have generated the first joint TerraSAR-X / PAZ Radar Interferogram. This milestone demonstrates the missions’ capacity for cross-sensor interferometry, whose processing is among the most...

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