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June 12, 2012

Aqua Satellite Spots Australian Anti-Storm

High-pressure weather systems often bring fair weather and relatively clear skies. In early June 2012, a high off the coast of Tasmania did just that—and in spectacular fashion.

June 12, 2012

Colorado Wildfire Exceeds 37,000 Acres, Claims Life

On June 11, at the same time the wind forced Colorado’s massive High Park fire to blow back on itself, authorities confirmed what they had feared for a day—the 37,000-acre blaze had taken a life.

June 5, 2012

State of the Sea at Start of Hurricane Season

Satellite data show the 2012 hurricane season in North and Central America arrives with a muddled outlook, with sea surface temperatures that are neither particularly warm or cool.

June 5, 2012

SMOS Satellite: European Water Supplies in Jeopardy

Although Western Europe enjoys ongoing mild weather trends, the European Space Agency’s Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS) mission reveals the negative consequences of this recent bout of “good weather.”

June 5, 2012

Russian Forests Benefit from Satellite Imagery

DigitalGlobe says it will significantly expand delivery of high-resolution imagery to Roslesinforg, a division of Russia's Federal Forestry Agency.

June 5, 2012

Keeping an Eye on Greenland’s Fresh Water

Scientists closely watch Greenland’s liquid water, which is believed to lubricate the bases of glaciers, allowing them to move faster, dump fresh water into the ocean and raise sea levels.

June 4, 2012

Hosted Payloads Report Sheds Light on Government and Industry Requirements

Paris and Montreal,May 29, 2012–Euroconsult, the leading international research and analysis firm specialized in the space sector, today announced the launch of its latest research report, "Hosted Payloads: The View From Within." Following discussions with the Hosted Payload Alliance (HPA), Euroconsult decided to pursue development of the report in order to identify and assess corresponding

May 29, 2012

Aqua Satellite Chronicles Mammoth Fires

Two lightning-sparked blazes that merged in a mountainous New Mexico forest is close to becoming the largest wildfire in state history, according to fire officials.

May 29, 2012

Cryosat Satellite Goes to Sea

CryoSat was designed to measure Arctic sea-ice thickness, but high-resolution mapping of ocean-floor topography now is being added to the ice mission’s repertoire.

May 29, 2012

Russians Launch Film-Based EO Satellite

Nearly a quarter century after the United States abandoned film-based Earth observation satellites for digital sensors, why are the Russians still using film in some satellites?