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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.

September 26, 2011

Euroconsult Awards Earth Observation Firms

DigitalGlobe, GeoEye, Astrium and ScanEx were the recipients of this year’s Annual Awards for Excellence in Earth Observation Business.

September 26, 2011

GEOINT: Mary Curtis Wins Standards Working Group Award

Curtis has earned the reputation of “metadata master” by authoring a host of GEOINT standards that support the mission of the National Air and Space Intelligence Center.

September 26, 2011

Air Force UAV Costs Skyrocketing

The fastest-growing occupation in U.S. Air Force warzone surveillance soon may be reaching its peak as the Defense Department looks for ways to cut costs.

September 26, 2011

Certifying Organic Crops from Space

How do you know the organic spinach in your shopping cart is really organic? Maybe you should ask a satellite!

September 26, 2011

UAV Trends: Shrinking Aircraft, Better Brains

A new wave of unmanned aerial vehicles includes one that fits into a six-inch tube and can track targets from 25,000 feet in the air and another that virtually flies itself while executing real-time orders from a soldier on the battlefield.

September 26, 2011

Military Surveillance Blimps Face Helium Shortages

The U.S. military is sending so many spy blimps to Afghanistan that industry “cannot keep up with the increased demand” for the containers that hold the gas.

September 19, 2011

ERS-2 Satellite’s 3.5 Billion-Kilometer Journey Ends

After a final thruster firing on Sept. 5 to deplete its remaining fuel, the European Space Agency’s venerable ERS-2 observation satellite has been safely taken out of service.

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