News of the week
31 January 2014
The UK Space Agency and the Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES) have today (31 January 2014) agreed a deal to work even closer together on space activities.
Earth Observation Missions
27 January 2014
Europe's GOCE gravity satellite has provided striking new visualisations of the Earth's deep interior.
27 January 2014
Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. has completed integration of WorldView-3, the next generation commercial remote-sensing satellite being built for DigitalGlobe...
Research and Applications
Plumes of several anthropogenic pollutants (especially particulate matter and carbon monoxide) located near ground level over China have for the first time been detected from space.
22 - 27 June 2014
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