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NASA, CNES and SWOT

NASA+CNES survey global water and ocean surface

NASA and CNES will jointly conduct a survey of Earth’s surface water and ocean surface height.

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Q&A with Anthony Murfett

A detailed interview with Anthony Murfett, deputy head of the Australian Space Agency.

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Sea level rise redefines Queensland’s coast

New erosion prone areas declared for Queensland’s coast are defined by climate change factors.

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Kathmandu Before After

International mapping community help Nepal

Members of the international mapping community have been assisting recovery operations in Nepal.

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European Satellite Navigation Competition

The 2015 ESN Competition is looking to award innovative applications of satellite navigation.

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Two new Galileo satellites successfully launched

The EU’s Galileo satellite navigation system now has eight satellites in orbit.

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Update on Galileo satellites’ irregular orbits

Despite hitting the wrong orbits, Galileo sats 5 & 6 are operating correctly, ESA confirms.

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Archive of SPOT images now free to researchers

Spot satellite data that are at least 5 years old are now available for free non-commercial use.

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Pleiades 1B satellite successfully launched

  On 2 December 2012, Soyuz flight VS04 launched the Pléiades 1B very-high-resolution optical satellite from the Guiana Space Centre. The launch marks a new success for ESA, CNES and Arianespace, who jointly operate the launch base, less than a year after orbiting Pléiades 1A. Astrium Services will be the exclusive distributor of imagery from […]

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Galileo satellites launched

  The third and fourth satellites of Europe’s Galileo global navigation satellite system were lofted into orbit on 12 October from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana. They join the first pair of satellites launched a year ago to complete the validation phase of the Galileo programme.   The Soyuz ST-B launcher, operated by Arianespace, lifted […]

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