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Australian Space Agency releases Earth Observation from Space roadmap
The Advancing Space: Australian Civil Space Strategy 2019-2028 identified...
China Launches New Satellite For Earth Observation
A Long March-4C carrier rocket carrying the Gaofen-3 02...
Ouster Expands to Japan and South Korea to Support Growing Demand for High-Resolution Digital Lidar Sensors
SAN FRANCISCO - Ouster, Inc. (NYSE: OUST) (“Ouster” or...
New Zealand’s Counties Energy Partners with GE Digital for its Digital Utility Transformation
GE Digital today announced that Counties Energy, an electricity distribution network...
The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors: Best Development & Conservation Award 2021 Surveying Excellence in Development and Conservation
HONG KONG SAR  - The results of HKIS Best...
India, Japan researchers working on smartphone-based mapping of cracks, potholes in roads
The joint project is aimed at developing an affordable...
Dubai Airshow 2021: Israeli companies offer space systems, UAVs to the Middle East
UAVs and new communications and Earth observation satellites were...
Space company Success Rockets presented the demonstrator model of the first Russian specialized satellite for monitoring the main climate-active substances “DIANA” at the 26th UN Climate Conference in Glasgow
Russian private space company Success Rockets is developing a...
Intermap Expands Support of TATA Communications Across Major Indian Cities
DENVER,- Intermap Technologies (TSX: IMP) (OTCQX: ITMSF) ("Intermap" or...
European Space Agency launches new mission to measure climate change in unprecedented detail
The European Space Agency (ESA) has new plans to...

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Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

Malaysia Airlines MH370: Underwater Pings Relocated

The month-long search for the Malaysian jetliner received a tremendous boost when Navy ship, Ocean Shield, detected two more signals on Tuesday that most likely came from the aircraft’s black boxes. An analysis of the sounds detected...

Monday, March 24th, 2014

Australia Ship Close to Retrieving Possible Plane Debris

An Australian navy ship was close to retrieving several objects spotted in remote southern Indian Ocean by the international team hunting for the Malaysian jetliner that went missing 17 days ago. Australian and Chinese planes reported seeing...

Tuesday, March 12th, 2013

Japan, U.S. to Cooperate on Space Debris, Ship Tracking Satellite

Japan and the United States on Monday confirmed their desire to cooperate in the satellite monitoring of ships, a move apparently aimed at Chinese vessels and those from countries such as North Korea sailing near Japan. In...