February 19, 2019
Munich , Germany
19 February 2019 — 21 February 2019
February 26, 2019
Frascati , Italy
26 February 2019 — 27 February 2019
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Prague , Czech Rep.
27 February 2019 — 28 February 2019
February 28, 2019
28 February 2019
March 07, 2019
7 March 2019
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Utrecht , Netherlands
12 March 2019
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18 March 2019 — 21 March 2019
March 19, 2019
Espoo , Finland
19 March 2019 — 20 March 2019
March 27, 2019
Brussels , Belgium
27 March 2019
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31 March 2019
April 02, 2019
2 April 2019 — 4 April 2019
2 April 2019 — 3 April 2019
April 05, 2019
Brussels , Belgium
5 April 2019 — 6 April 2019
April 08, 2019
8 April 2019 — 10 April 2019
April 10, 2019
Paris , France
10 April 2019
EUMETSAT’s Director-General, Alain Ratier, and Jean-Yves Le Gall, President of CNES, signed a cooperation agreement on the ARGOS Data Collection System to be included in the payload of the Metop-SG satellites of the EUMETSAT Polar System of Second Generat
The agreement was signed in the presence of Christophe Vassal, chairman of the Collecte Localisation Satellites (CLS) Board, the operator of ARGOS and a subsidiary formed by CNES and the French Ifremer institute in 1986, which – like EUMETSAT – is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.
PARIS — The Luxembourg government has agreed to purchase up to 49 percent of the equity in asteroid-mining company Planetary Resources’ Luxembourg operations as part of the effort to make Luxembourg the nexus of space-based resource exploitation, an industry official said. –
Bengaluru: For the first time, under the impetus of Isro and the French Space Agency (CNES), space agencies of over 60 countries have agreed to engage their satellites, to coordinate their methods and their data to monitor human-induced greenhouse gas emissions.
With this new release, our Earth Observation Portal simplified registration to our data access services, with a more user-friendly look and feel.
NASA has signed an agreement with Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to support innovative efforts to better understand, anticipate, and monitor natural hazards, including drought, flooding, and landslides, in and around the city.
by Leo Byrne . Registration is latest participation in long standing DPRK interest in space affairs
By Peter Teffer, Prague.
[Via Satellite 05-40-2016] Satellites will play a vital role in ensuring the agreements reached last year at the COP21 Paris Climate Conference are followed through, but more are needed, according to Jean Yves Le Gall, president of the Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES), the French space agency. Speaking April 29 at the Washington Space Business Roundtable, Le Gall said that the COP21 conference, which he regarded as perhaps the most momentous accomplishment of the decade, drove home the realization to many world leaders that satellites are an inimitable resource in the fight against anthropogenic global warming.
Belarus: Belarus will add its second remote sensing satellite, BKA-2 in the Earth orbit in 2019, said Sergei Zolotoi, Chief Designer of the Belarusian space system for the remote sensing of the Earth, Director of the enterprise Geoinformation Systems of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. Sergei Zolotoi told this to a website in an interview. And this sounds convincing as it takes 3-4 years to create a satellite.
The UK Space Agency and the National Centre for Earth Observation (NCEO) are jointly funding a project to provide data processing facilities, community tools and software to help organisations better harness climate data from satellites.
BlackSky has plans for a 60-satellite imaging constellation that will partner with the UN Institute For Training and Research (UNITAR).
Geospatial forestry information is a first step in almost real-time natural resources management revolution
Researchers have been slow to harness the power of big data from satellites in the fight against climate change. But a new partnership around the Copernicus program may change that.
MANILA — The long wait is over as the Diwata-1 is finally sent out to space to begin her 20-month-long journey.
The recent launch of the new Sentinel satellites, part of the European Union’s ‘Copernicus’ Earth observation programme, has the potential to help farmers take precision agriculture to a new level, along with a host of other land monitoring uses.