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Supergeo Strengthens the Partnership with Hollywood to Further Open its Business in Thailand
To support the New Southbound Policy from Taiwanese government...
China Confirms Reception of Data from Gaofen-5 Satellite
The Chinese Academy of Sciences confirmed that one of...
India’s ISRO To Take On SpaceX With Its Own Smart and Reusable Rockets
India’s premier space agency Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)...
Satellite Data Archives Reveal Unrecorded Himalayan Floods
Almost 30 years’ worth of Landsat observations created a...
Supreme Court Directs Delhi Government To Buy Remote-Sensing Machines To Detect Pollution
The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Delhi government...
Australian Government Announces Space Budget for Agency, PNT, and Earth Observation
The Australian government has announced inaugural seed funding of...
China Launches New Earth Observation Satellite for Environmental Monitoring
China on Wednesday launched Gaofen-5, a hyperspectral imaging satellite,...
Indian Geospatial Economy Value at INR 20,629 cr or $3.07 Billion
The Indian geospatial economy value is INR 20,629 crore...
North Korea’s Last Nuclear Test Changed The Height of an Entire Mountain
An underground test of what was claimed by North...
NASA Completes Survey Flights to Map Arctic Ice
Operation IceBridge, NASA's longest-running airborne mission to monitor polar...

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Monday, May 21st, 2018

Supergeo Strengthens the Partnership with Hollywood to Further Open its Business in Thailand

To support the New Southbound Policy from Taiwanese government and assist its partners in expanding the business scope, this April, Supergeo dispatched its product manager to Southeast Asia. One of the special visits was made to Hollywood...

Monday, May 14th, 2018

China Confirms Reception of Data from Gaofen-5 Satellite

The Chinese Academy of Sciences confirmed that one of its institutes has successfully tracked and received the data from the recently launched Gaofen-5, a the hyperspectral imaging satellite. Read More at Xinhuanet

Monday, May 14th, 2018

India’s ISRO To Take On SpaceX With Its Own Smart and Reusable Rockets

India’s premier space agency Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has built a reputation for building homegrown Indian space technologies in a most cost-effective way, so much so that India’s Mars Orbiter Mission craft Mangalyaan costed less than...

Monday, May 14th, 2018

Satellite Data Archives Reveal Unrecorded Himalayan Floods

Almost 30 years’ worth of Landsat observations created a comprehensive inventory of catastrophic floods caused by glacial lakes bursting through their rock dams. Read More at EOS

Monday, May 14th, 2018

Supreme Court Directs Delhi Government To Buy Remote-Sensing Machines To Detect Pollution

The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Delhi government if it could use the funds collected from the Environment Compensation Charge (ECC) to purchase remote-sensing machines to detect pollution emitted from diesel vehicles plying on the roads....

Monday, May 14th, 2018

Australian Government Announces Space Budget for Agency, PNT, and Earth Observation

The Australian government has announced inaugural seed funding of AUS$26 million over four years to establish an Australian Space Agency, as part of a larger AUS$41 million investment in space-related funding.  Read More at SpaceWatch

Monday, May 14th, 2018

China Launches New Earth Observation Satellite for Environmental Monitoring

China on Wednesday launched Gaofen-5, a hyperspectral imaging satellite, as part of the country's high-resolution Earth observation project. Read More at Belarus News

Monday, May 14th, 2018

Indian Geospatial Economy Value at INR 20,629 cr or $3.07 Billion

The Indian geospatial economy value is INR 20,629 crore (100 crore is 1 billion; $3.07 billion) and it employs over 250,000 people across the country. Of this, the domestic market is estimated at INR 7,670 crore ($1.14...

Monday, May 14th, 2018

North Korea’s Last Nuclear Test Changed The Height of an Entire Mountain

An underground test of what was claimed by North Korea to be a hydrogen bomb shook the surrounding landscape so violently, it changed the shape of an entire mountain. Read More at Science Alert

Monday, May 14th, 2018

NASA Completes Survey Flights to Map Arctic Ice

Operation IceBridge, NASA's longest-running airborne mission to monitor polar ice change, concluded this year's springtime survey of Arctic sea and land ice on May 2. The flights, which began on March 22, covered the western basin of...

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