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January 8, 2013

Feds Favor Drones for Local Law Enforcement

The departments of Justice and Homeland Security reportedly have been working with the drone industry and local law enforcement agencies to introduce unmanned aircraft to the homeland.

January 8, 2013

Space Debris Debuts on the Big Screen

A recent IMAX film, "Space Junk 3D," journeys into space around Earth, revealing how space debris endangers human safety and how scientists are trying to deal with the crisis.

January 3, 2013

It’s Official: Landsat 5 Finally Retires

The U.S. Geological Survey announced that Landsat 5 will be decommissioned during the coming months, ending the longest-operating Earth-observing satellite mission in history.

January 3, 2013

Feeling Insecure? Rent a Surveillance Drone!

Secom, one of Japan’s largest home security firms, announced it plans to rent the world’s first private security drone with state-of-the-art software and surveillance camera.

January 3, 2013

Let It Snow…

A new analysis of snow cover observed by satellites shows record June lows in Eurasia each year since 2008 and record low cover in North America for three of the last five years.

January 3, 2013

Kiwi Police Trial Surveillance Drone

New Zealand Police Association President Greg O'Connor says a new surveillance drone is an innovative breakthrough for police. “It's smarter, it's cheaper, it's more efficient—why wouldn't police use it?”

December 27, 2012

ESA CryoSat Satellite Surprises with New Capabilities

The European Space Agency’s ice mission gives scientists a closer look at oceans, coastal areas and inland water bodies—and now, even land—reaching above and beyond its original objectives.

December 27, 2012

Earth Observation “Blimp in a Box” Debuts

World Surveillance Group introduced a lighter-than-air unmanned aircraft system that can be deployed in minutes and activated with the push of a button.

December 27, 2012

Satellites Shed Light on Mediterranean Water Plight

The effects of climate change, population growth and economic development in the Mediterranean are posing a threat to the region's water supply.

December 27, 2012

Second Turkish EO Satellite Launch Successful

The Turkish government’s Earth observation ambitions moved forward on Dec. 19, 2012, with the successful launch of the Gokturk-2 medium-resolution optical satellite.

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