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SPIE Asia-Pacific Remote Sensing

April 13, 2016

Space Agency Leaders Sound Need at SPIE Asia-Pacific Remote Sensing for Collaboration, Constancy in Remote Sensing of Earth

NEW DELHI, India, and BELLINGHAM, Washington, USA -- High-level leaders from several nations' space agencies provided insider perspectives on programs for monitoring natural and manmade impacts on the environment, as featured speakers at the SPIE Asia-Pacific Remote Sensing symposium last week in New Delhi, 4-7 April. In a gathering unusual for including so many top-level