Disaster Monitoring Constellation

IGAC: Technical Cooperation meeting on Disaster Monitoring Constellation

Birds eye view of London acquired by the UK-DMC-2 satellite in November 2011

The Research and Investigation Centre of Remote Sensing and Geographic Applications (CIAF) of UN-SPIDER's Colombian Regional Support Office IGAC, met with the UK-based private company Surrey Satellite Technology on 30 May 2014, to discuss technical issues related to

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Nigerian satellites are picture perfect

Nigeria's latest Earth observation satellites have returned their first pictures. The spacecraft, launched on 17 August, give the African nation a powerful new capability to map its own lands and other parts of the globe.

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Dnepr rocket boosts seven satellites into Earth orbit

Seven small satellites to serve organizations on four continents rocketed out of a missile silo in Russia and roared into orbit on Wednesday, August 17, on top of a Dnepr rocket. The international payloads blasted off at 0712 GMT (3:12 a.m. EDT) from a space base near Yasny, Russia, a small community in the Orenburg region in the southern part of the country.

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Government gains N44m from sale of satellite images

Nigeria has generated about £175,000 (N44 million) as satellite monitoring royalties from the Nigeria Sat-1in the

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