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Japan Space Agency Says Test Flight for New Flagship Rocket is Rescheduled for Saturday
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First U.S.-India joint space mission will deliver hyper-detailed view of Earth
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Russia launches barrage of 45 drones over Ukraine as Kyiv changes more military leaders
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Saudi Arabia to monitor sustainability strategy from space
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ESA’s ERS-2 Satellite to Embark on Final Journey Back to Earth
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European Satellite To Crash Back To Earth Within Week
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December 6th, 2011
RapidEye’s New REDD Satellite Coverage Page

Offering the largest collection capacities and the quickest return time to any place on earth, the RapidEye constellation of five identical Earth Observation satellites is extremely well suited to image countries involved in the REDD and REDD+ programs. The combination of large-area coverage, frequent revisit intervals, five multi-spectral bands and high resolution makes RapidEye superior within the remote sensing industry. With a collection rate of up to 4 million square kilometers of earth every day and almost one billion square kilometers per year, RapidEye is approaching its three billionth square kilometer milestone; all imaged since early 2009! Read More