On 6 November 2014, five Japanese satellites were sent into orbit from the Dombarovsky launch site, in Russia.
ESA has successfully launched the first satellite for the Copernicus program – Sentinel 1.
In a recent article in Nature, Peter J.
By late November 2011, floods were receding around Thailand’s capital city of Bangkok, but only slowly.
A new type of Earth-observing satellite has been launched into orbit.
According to a joint statement issued by the Ministry of Civil Affairs (MOCA) and the National Disaster Reduction Commission (NDRC) on October 10, natural disasters left 1,074 people dead or missin
Two small disaster monitoring satellites, launched in 2008, have allowed China to more rapidly monitor natural disasters with greater range, said the National Commission for Disaster Reduction T
Teshebaeva Kanayim and Bolot Moldobekov
Central Asian Institute for Applied Geosciences (CAIAG)
A new 400kg mini-satellite with small-size high resolution radar onboard will appear on orbit in 2013 which will open new possibilities for operational detailed imagery of emergency situations.
The small satellite constellation for environment and disaster monitoring and forecasting (SSCEDMF) is an important component of China's earth-observation satellite system.
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