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November 14, 2011

University Tests Firefighter Drone

A team of graduate and undergraduate students at the University of Cincinnati is testing a tiny new aerial system designed to fly above fires to calculate the scope of damage and the anticipated path the fire will take.

November 7, 2011

Montana Drone Aces Maiden Voyage

The Nov. 1 FAA-approved test flight of a home-grown unmanned aircraft system (UAS) underscores Montana’s desire for a piece of the coming multimillion-dollar commercial market.

November 7, 2011

Thailand World Heritage Site Under Water

A NASA EO-1 satellite image reveals that when the Chao Phraya River spilled its banks in October, Thailand’s historic city Ayutthaya wasn’t spared.

November 7, 2011

European Turmoil Threatens Earth Observation Budgets

Those responsible for setting and financing European space programs are trying to hash out space funding priorities against a backdrop of tremendous financial turmoil.

November 7, 2011

Stubborn Chile Volcano Rumbles On

Nearly five months after its first eruption, these satellite images reveal that Chile’s Puyehue-Cordón Caulle volcano continued to erupt in late October. Do you know what tephra and lahars are?

November 7, 2011

Do You Have What It Takes to Fly a Drone?

A New Mexico State University professor is studying unmanned aircraft system (UAS) pilot performance and behavior, with the aim of creating guidelines for commercial UAS flights.

November 7, 2011

Icy Nor’easter Buries Northeastern States

As if Hurricane Irene wasn’t enough, Mother Nature dealt the U.S. Northeast another blow in late October, dumping as much as 32 inches of wet, unseasonable snow, leaving millions without power.

November 1, 2011

New Portable UAS Available for Public Safety

Small enough to fit in the trunk of a car, AeroVironment’s new Qube unmanned aircraft system can be unpacked, assembled and ready for flight in less than five minutes.

November 1, 2011

NASA Earth Observation Satellites Hacked by China?

NASA and the U.S. Geological Survey confirmed possible attempts to use radio frequency signals to tamper with two on-orbit civilian Earth observation spacecraft.

November 1, 2011

ESA Begins Testing Its First Satellite Constellation

The European Space Agency’s Swarm satellites, which will unravel the complexities of Earth’s magnetic shield, are being put through their paces to ensure they will withstand the rigors of space.

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