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February 19, 2014

Raytheon to Begin Phase 3 on DARPA Persistent Close Air Support Program

TUCSON, Ariz., Feb. 4, 2014—Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) is beginning Phase 3 of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's Persistent Close Air Support (PCAS) program.  DARPA has exercised its Phase 3 option with Raytheon, an 18-month, $25.5 million effort scheduled to culminate in a series of flight tests and live-fire demonstrations. PCAS software could enable

February 19, 2014

Drought Grips California

Persistent dry weather has grown more worrisome in the Western United States, with nearly two-thirds of the region experiencing drought. By most measures, California is suffering the worst of it.

February 19, 2014

South Australia Police Purchase Surveillance UASs

South Australia Police recently added two unmanned aircraft systems—or remotely piloted aircraft as they’re called in Australia—to its surveillance tool kit.

February 19, 2014

ESA Considers Plant Fluorescence Mission

Similar to radiant skin in humans, plants also glow when they’re well. A European Space Agency (ESA) satellite could use fluorescence to track the health and productivity of vegetation worldwide.

February 19, 2014

Indonesia Volcano Dusts Surrounding Landscape

Until 2010, Indonesia’s Sinabung volcano was dormant. Then a brief burst in 2010 caused the temporary evacuation of about 30,000 nearby residents. The volcano was at it again this February.

February 11, 2014

UAS Video Instrumental in Gauging Dangerous Fire

When a fire broke out at a Branford, Conn. quarry on Jan. 30, 2014, Fire Chief Jack Ahern knew it was more complex than most incidents—the quarry housed explosives for a blasting company.

February 11, 2014

Is Global Warming Hiding Underwater?

Global satellite data show a 30-year uptrend of sea-surface temperature has slowed during the last 15 years—not the end of global warming, but a shuffle in the climate system’s energy flow.

February 11, 2014

NASA Cracks a Baffling Satellite Illusion

Why does Amazon rainforest vegetation appear even greener and healthier in satellite images during dry periods and drought? NASA scientists have the answer after nearly a decade of debate.

February 11, 2014

Tricky Maneuvers for Swarm Constellation Under Way

The European Space Agency is delicately coaxing its trio of Swarm satellites into their respective orbits so they can start delivering the best-ever survey of Earth’s magnetic field.

February 11, 2014

Sanborn Expands 3-D Digital Maps with Four Major U.S. Cities

Colorado Springs, Colo., Feb. 10, 2014—The Sanborn Map Company announces a key upgrade to its world-class 3-D geospatial product line with the addition of the Atlanta, Boston, Miami and Seattle metropolitan areas. Sanborn’s massive collection of highly accurate 3-D visualization digital data now covers the core downtown areas of nearly 70 major U.S. and international