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NOAA Satellites 2h
When this Arctic fox was outfitted with a satellite collar and released back into the wild in 2017, researchers had no idea she would travel from Norway to Canada. Here's how played a role in tracking her impressive journey: 📷:
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New Economist 3m
RT : The skies above us are literally filling up with satellites free registration needed to read the full article) | |
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Big Data Canarias Jul 13
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Planet Jul 15
In our latest post, experts discuss everything from to the "new era of space renaissance."
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Tom Greenwood - ESA BA Regional Ambassador SE 3h
The revolution has fundamentally changed the way we engineer and launch and provides us with the chance to access huge amounts of data. Who knew Its dimensions were determined by the size of a ?
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People's Daily, China Jul 10
China will launch another 100 before 2025 as part of an effort to further develop the country’s space industry, officials with the China National Space Administration announced on Tue.
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Dietmar Scherf Jul 15
"THIS NEW BUSINESS FROM AMAZON REPRESENTS A $100 BILLION OPPORTUNITY" ... Amazon plans to launch Project Kuiper, a network of 3,236 small to create an interconnected network that beams high-speed to anywhere on Earth.
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Минобороны России Jul 11
Yesterday, a successful launch of a -2.1B launch vehicle with four spacecraft on board was carried out at the cosmodrome
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EarthSense Jul 12
Did you see us on last night? With plans for to build at a new £100m in , Rolands interview with the explains the importance of in managing across the . FF to 08:15!
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abishur prakash 5h
governments who have launched their own • ussr • usa • france • japan • china • uk • india • russia • ukraine • israel • iran • north korea • european union
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AlternativeDataClearinghouse Jul 11
How Hedge Funds Use Drones, Satellite Images and Web Scraping to Gain an Edge from :
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#WeAreTommy - psycotria/gab.ai 🐸 6h
Down! - - The 1,000 views ⁦ 50,872 subs ⁦⁩ - A bit of Zen - You can’t call it BS if you refuse to watch. Take care.
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Guillermo Ruiz Jul 15
Europe's GPS System, GALILEO, totally down after major technical issue. Only 2 out of 26 are reachable. Storm warning to
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HySpeed Computing Jul 15
Luxembourg 'Data Lake' Will Generate Fresh Space Products In Weather And Tracking
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SatRevolution 6h
Almost two weeks after ISS deployment we can say: KRAKsat IS ALIVE! You can follow the satellite on 👉 Good job !
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Data Vault 21h
Hubs, links and satellites are the building blocks in . In this video we introduce this terminology and how it is used. Watch here
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Ricardo Núñez Fornes 23h
When took off for the moon 50 years ago today, fewer than 10 countries had in orbit. Today over 80 countries do.
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Guillermo Ruiz Jul 15
Replying to @IaaSgeek
What options do you have? Currently you can connect to GPS (32 satellites in 6 orbits); depending on the sat-nav chipset installed you could reach Russia's system, Glonass, with 24 satellites in 3 orbits, or Beidou, the chinese one, with 3 satellites.
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EM_SatApps Jul 15
We are in the today, learning more about the new teams at South West and South Coast centres of excellence
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AMD Magazine Jul 15
has introduced Maxwell, a plasma propulsion solution for small satellites that is the most powerful electric propulsion system of its size.
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NSR Jul 14
NSR’s Big Data via Satellite Analytics Analysis: a New Bottom Line Article and a FREE Webinar -
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