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January 31, 2012

DigitalGlobe Analysis Center Marks One Year

DigitalGlobe's Analysis Center personnel wrap up a busy first year of watching the world, analyzing satellite images that range from Arab protests to spotting China's new aircraft carrier during sea trials.

January 31, 2012

Number of Civil Drones to Eclipse Military Ones?

An executive with the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International says the industry group ultimately sees the civil market for drones being even larger than the defense market.

January 31, 2012

VIIRS Satellite Returns First Fire Images

Like a baby learning to walk, the Visible Infrared Imager Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) is slowly adjusting to its new space environment and is gradually taking steps toward full operations.

January 24, 2012

Worst Drought in 71 Years Causes Mexican Food Shortages

The 2011 growing season wasn’t kind to the southern United States and northern Mexico. In January 2012, some Mexican communities began to suffer severe food shortages.

January 24, 2012

Arctic Fresh Water Overflow Could Cool Europe

European Space Agency satellites show that a large dome of fresh water has been building in the Arctic Ocean during the last 15 years, which could effect major climate change in Europe.

January 24, 2012

A Theoretical Analysis: The Future of U.S. Commercial Satellite Imagery

Innovative Analytics and Training released an independent study that posits three alternative future scenarios for U.S. commercial satellite imagery in 2020.

January 24, 2012

Winter Haze Blankets China, Cancels Flights

Fog and haze blanketed the North China Plain on Jan. 10, 2012, forcing the Beijing airport to cancel 43 flights and delayed 80 more when visibility dropped to 200 meters.

January 24, 2012

Vietnam to Build Its First EO Satellite

Japanese experts are to help Vietnam build its first Earth-observation satellites to help the Southeast Asian country plan for the effects of climate change and natural disasters.

January 24, 2012

Border Patrol Wants More California Drone Flights

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials are looking to expand the use of remotely piloted surveillance aircraft to cover nearly all of California.

January 17, 2012

Earth Observation Industry Buoyant Despite Challenging Economic Environment

By Adam Keith, Euroconsult (, Montreal. The upswing in Earth observation (EO) satellite capacity looks set to continue, matching growing commercial and political demand for EO data, services and supporting missions. In total, 111 satellites were launched for EO, excluding meteorology, between 2001 and 2010 from 26 countries, including commercial missions, compared with 251 satellites