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October 11, 2011

Up on the Rooftops, Click, Click, Click

Phillips & Co., a business development and public relations consulting firm, will install a giant QR code on your roof that will be visible on Google Earth or Google Maps.

October 11, 2011

Kruger National Park Restoration Project Successful

Satellite images reveal how a black, charred landscape from a prescribed burn quickly transformed into healthy grassland in just a year.

October 11, 2011

Whale Watching with Unmanned Aircraft

During a two-week operation, Insitu Pacific's ScanEagle unmanned aircraft system captured up to 3,000 images of humpback whales daily.

October 11, 2011

SSTL Celebrates Satellite’s 30th Anniversary

Surrey’s first Earth observation satellite, the UoSAT-1, with onboard reprogrammable computer and a forerunner of the digital camera, was a modern marvel in 1981.

October 4, 2011

GEOINT: NGA’s Expansive New Post Officially Open

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency cut the ribbon on its new $1.7 billion headquarters on Sept. 26, making it Washington’s third-largest federal office building behind the Pentagon and Ronald Reagan Building.

October 4, 2011

Dedicated Satellite Could Revolutionize Global Warming Research

An international group of physicists believe policy makers could more effectively combat global warming if scientists could access accurate measurements of Earth's radiation balance from a dedicated satellite.

October 4, 2011

Newest Japanese Spy Satellite Eyes North Korea

A Japanese government spy satellite was launched Sept. 23 to replenish a fleet of secret spacecraft designed to monitor missile development in North Korea.

October 4, 2011

Spy Satellite Declassification Reveals Cold War Heroes

During the hard frost of the Cold War, an extensive team from what was then a division of Eastman Kodak Co. worked on spy satellite programs that may have helped prevent a third world war.

October 4, 2011

Sea Ice Approaching Record Low Levels

Every year, the frozen Arctic Ocean emerges from winter and thaws under the 24-hour light of the summer sun. By early September, the area covered by sea ice in the Arctic Ocean was approaching a record low.

October 4, 2011

Not Just Another Pretty Face

If the U.S. Army has its way, future Earth observation capabilities will include unmanned aircraft that can identify human facial features and track that person—and that’s just the beginning.

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