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Indian-origin astronaut Sunita Williams dances on arrival at space station on her 3rd trip
Indian-American astronaut Sunita Williams has created history once again....
ISRO all set for third reusable launch vehicle landing experiment
Taking its Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV) programme one more...
SpaceX Starship and Boeing Starliner show way for Asia’s space race
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IIT-Kanpur launches ‘UDAAN’ to boost drone startups in India
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South Korea creates new KASA space agency, sets sights on the moon and Mars
South Korea is aiming to expand its presence in...
AEye CEO Matt Fisch to Keynote at Auto Lidar Tech Conference in Suzhou, China
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South Korea is gearing up to become space powerhouse
From Samsung’s smartphones to SK Hynix’s semiconductors, South Korean...
Indian space tech startup to launch six satellites in 2024 via ISRO and SpaceX rockets
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China’s secretive spaceplane releases object into orbit
HELSINKI — China’s experimental reusable spacecraft has released an...
Japan to create flood projection maps for 4 Southeast Asian nations
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Tuesday, July 7th, 2015

China Teams with Belgium on Earth Observation Mission

Beijing and Brussels approved last week a MOU (memorandum of understanding) for joint collaboration on satellite technology that could place both nations "at the forefront" to deliver vital information worldwide, as revealed by Belgian State Secretary of...

Sunday, July 5th, 2015

Chinese Air Force Checks Quake Area with Drones

China’s air force dispatched a drone to the site of an earthquake in the far-western region of Xinjiang on Friday to help in monitoring work, the first time it has used an unmanned aircraft for such a...

Sunday, September 21st, 2014

India Inks Agreement with China for Cooperative Remote Sensing Satellite Missions

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has inked a collaborative agreement with the China National Space Administration to work on peaceful missions that include the remote sensing of natural disasters and natural resources. The agreement is the...

Wednesday, March 21st, 2012

Baidu Boosts China Mapping Service With More Images

Baidu, China's dominant online search service, said on Monday that it has signed a multiyear subscription deal with commercial imagery company DigitalGlobe. Baidu aims to improve its online mapping service to better compete with its chief rival, Google. By...

Monday, March 19th, 2012

Baidu.com Signs Multiyear Subscription for DigitalGlobe Imagery

DigitalGlobe  announced that China's most influential internet search portal, Baidu.com Inc. (NASDAQ: BIDU) ("Baidu"), has signed a subscription for DigitalGlobe high-resolution imagery covering 344 cities in China. This agreement will enable Baidu to provide its end-users with...

Monday, March 5th, 2012

Researchers Find Great Wall Section in Mongolia

Researchers say the structure, known as 'The Wall of Genghis Khan', wasn't built to keep in gazelles, as has been written in some history books. The journey was led by a British researcher and Great Wall enthusiast, William...

Tuesday, February 14th, 2012

Motion Pictured: How an Earthquake Warps a Landscape

A team of geologists from the U.S., Mexico and China are using light detection and ranging (LiDAR) laser altimetry to study how an earthquake can change a landscape. In particular, the geologists want to know more about...

Thursday, February 9th, 2012

China Unicom Asked to Apply for Online Maps License

China Unicom, the country's second largest mobile operator, has been asked to apply for a license for its Internet maps service, which is being operated without official approval, the mapping service regulator said. The company will be further...

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

China: Surveying and Map Division Asserts 2012 Course

The Surveying, Geographic Information and Map Division in China asserted it's overall 2012 strategy this past week at a plenary meeting. Min Yi-jen acted as deputy director of the meeting, which focused upon new requirements and a...

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

China’s Tree Monitoring Sensors Map Disease

The ARBOTOM determines tree defects in 3D including stem quality using acoustic sensors. Pulses are transmitted through trees and return signals that provide an indication of the disease levels. Read More

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