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ISRO is planning a mission to capture the effects of space weather events on Earth’s atmosphere.
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Virgin Orbit to launch Japanese satellite
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Plans Unveiled To Better Connect Space Industries In Scotland And The UAE
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UAE, Rwanda sign economic and technical cooperation agreement
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XAG promotes drones in Vietnam to boost rice farming while cutting fertilizer use
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Monday, September 10th, 2012

China’s President Says Infrastructure Development Key to Recovery

Chinese President Hu Jintao urged Asia-Pacific nations on Saturday to speed up infrastructure development to help face the "grave challenges" from the global economy, in comments that follow Beijing's unveiling of $157 billion in such projects. The remarks...

Thursday, April 5th, 2012

U.S. to Ease Myanmar Restrictions, Ending Isolation

Myanmar, once the world’s largest rice exporter, is set to re-engage with the global economy in a boost to Southeast Asian growth as the U.S. prepares to ease some sanctions. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said yesterday...