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Satellogic Signs Agreement with CGWIC to Launch Earth Observation Constellation of 90 Satellites
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Satellite Image: Dubai Landmark Snapped from 684 km Above Earth
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Launch Delayed Again for Showcase Canadian Satellite System
Canada's $1-billion showcase satellite system remains stuck on the...
China to Launch 90 Satellites for Argentinian Firm
China will launch 90 earth observation satellites for an...
Satellogic Strikes Chinese Deal to Launch 90 Satellites for Earth-Watching Network
An international space venture called Satellogic says it will...
China Announces Worldwide Coverage by BeiDou
At the end of 2018, China’s Satellite Navigation Office...
New Channel Partnership in China
Vexcel Imaging today announces a new channel partnership with...
Critical roles played by Hong Kong researchers on China’s Chang’e 4 mission to far side of the moon
January 3 was a nerve-racking day for Professor Yung...
UAE Space Agency participates in Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week 2019
The UAE Space Agency is participating in Abu Dhabi...

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Friday, February 16th, 2007

Map World Forum

India dominates the world of geographic information. Some 60 per cent of all the world's work occurs in India. This is a source of enormous strength for Indians, but it also points to enormous weakness. Such a...

Friday, February 16th, 2007

Indian Arrangements to Change says Kapil Singh

In a keynote presentation to the Map World Forum in Hyderabad last month, India's minister of science, Kapil Sibal, outlined the importance for the industry of new government initiatives. They are likely to have ramifications...

Friday, February 16th, 2007

Google’s Mission by Michael Jones

Michael Jones, the chief technology officer of Google Maps, gave the Map World Forum in Hyderabad some insight into the thinking that is driving the development of the company. He said the company's mission was to...

Tuesday, January 16th, 2007

Navigation Growth in Asia

There are strong indications that 2007 will be the year that satellite navigation systems really expand into Asia. It seems that the focus has shifted. Japan was one of the first countries in the world to...

Tuesday, January 16th, 2007

Archaeological Survey

Researchers are using GPS technology for a survey of the ancient silk road city of Milan, according to an article in China Daily. Milan is in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China. The survey is...

Tuesday, January 16th, 2007

Beyond Kyoto

The global convention on climate change -- the Kyoto Protocol -- came into force last year. But there is a growing feeling that Kyoto is too little, too late. The world needs a new arrangement...

Tuesday, January 16th, 2007

The Tsunami – Two Years Later

India will have a national tsunami early warning system by September 2007. The country's Science and Technology Minister, Kapil Sibal, made the announcement at a recent press conference. It is two years since the 2005...

Thursday, November 16th, 2006

Measuring the Shape of the Oceans

When people think of satellite radar, most probably think of synthetic aperture radar imagery and its use in the creation of digital terrain models. Press a little more, and they will probably tell you that the biggest...

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