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Hopes Dim for Reviving Radarsat-1

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April 24, 2013

Hopes Dim for Reviving Radarsat-1

The Canadian Space Agency announced two weeks ago that Radarsat-1, Canada’s first and oldest Earth observation satellite, experienced a technical anomaly. It’s unlikely the satellite will recover.