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May 17th, 2011
Dubai International Airport Captured by DubaiSat-1

DubaiSat-1, the UAE-owned and operated earth observation satellite, captured an image Dubai International Airport from outer space. Launched by the Emirates Institution for Advanced Science ‘&’ Technology (EIAST) in July 2009, DubaiSat-1 has been transmitting satellite images of immense value to infrastructural development in the UAE, by providing spatial information essential to decision-making on urban and rural planning, transport, utilities, mapping, and environmental conservation. Its relatively high spatial resolution complements existing Geographic Information System (GIS) databases and enables more efficient monitoring and prediction of natural hazards such as sandstorms, observation and fog forecast, predicting sand storms, and identifying quality levels of water in the Gulf region. Read More