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UAE starts rush of missions to Mars looking for signs of life
A United Arab Emirates spacecraft has rocketed into space...
Turkey’s Lake Salda may yield answers for life on Mars
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Nepal set to send new map to UN, others
NEW DELHI: After having issued a new map showing...
ISRO Launches Free Online Course On ‘Remote Sensing’ For Students, Professionals
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) through its centre,...
European Sentinel satellites to map global CO2 emissions
German manufacturer OHB-System has signed a €445m (£400m) contract...
United Launch Alliance Atlas V Successfully Launches Mars 2020 Mission for NASA
A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket carrying...
Mobile Mapping Market to witness steady growth of 17% during 2020-2026
According to a recent study from market research firm...
First Responder Technologies and Falcon Eye Drones Sign an Exclusive Distribution Agreement for UAE and Wider GCC
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Terra Drone Indonesia Obtained the First Commercial BVLOS Permit in Indonesia
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Monday, October 24th, 2011

Overview of Flood Waters Over Nakhon Nayok Province, Thailand

This map presents the standing flood waters over Nakhon Nayok,Thailand based on analysis of satellite data recorded 16 October 2011. A preliminary analysis show extensive flooding over the provinces of Nakhon Nayok, Pathon Thani, Bangkok, Phra Nakhon...

Monday, October 24th, 2011

Wreck of 13th Century Mongol Invasion Ship Discovered

The wreck of a ship believed to have been part of the ill-fated attempts by Kublai Khan, the Mongolian ruler of China in the 13th century, to invade Japan has been found lying relatively intact under the...

Monday, October 24th, 2011

Australian Call for Strategic Balance in Land Use Planning

The NSW Minerals Council has called on the Government to strike a balance in strategic land use planning and to provide certainty. Speaking at the Environment and Community Conference today in Wollongong, NSWMC CEO Nikki Williams stated that "the...

Monday, October 24th, 2011

GIS For Better Planning for Gujarat Coastal Areas

For better management and planning of coastal areas and their resources, Gujarat government is implementing a Geo-Spatial Information System (GIS) development project.  "The development of GIS for coastal areas is a key component of Integrated Coastal Zone...

Monday, October 24th, 2011

Google Person Finder to Aid Quake-hit Turkey

Search giant Google on Monday launched its Person Finder service to help locate missing residents in the wake of the magnitude-7.2 quake that struck Turkey. The Google Crisis Response Team said the Google Person Finder lets people...

Monday, October 24th, 2011

US Swaps Debt for Rainforest Preservation in Indonesia

The US is forgiving $28.5 million in debt to Indonesia for forest preservation efforts in Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo. The debt-for-nature program is a part of the US Tropical Forest Conservation Act (TFCA). Read More

Monday, October 24th, 2011

UN-Backed Meeting Considers Better Use of Geospatial Technology for Development

Representatives from 90 countries and delegates from dozens of international organizations and civil society gathered in the capital of the Republic of Korea today for a series of United Nations-backed meetings on improving the management of geospatial...

Monday, October 24th, 2011

Survey to Map Structures Within 500m of ASI Monuments

If you live close to a protected historical monument, get used to being closely watched - even moving a brick without permission can land you in trouble. Starting next week, the Delhi government-appointed competent authority will start...

Monday, October 24th, 2011

Scientist: Satellite Must Have Crashed Into Asia

A defunct German research satellite crashed into the Earth somewhere in Southeast Asia on Sunday, a U.S. scientist said — but no one is still quite sure where. Most parts of the minivan-sized ROSAT research satellite were...

Monday, October 24th, 2011

Powerful Earthquake Strikes Turkey

Battling near-freezing temperatures and darkness, rescue workers and residents in eastern Turkey early Monday scoured the wreckage wrought by the country's most-powerful earthquake in more than a decade, hoping to find survivors. Television pictures showed them using...