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Landsat 9 to Continue Land Imaging Legacy of the U.S. Space Program

In recent news update by NASA, NASA and USGS are working together on Landsat 9, schedule to launch in 2023.  NASA will build, launch, perform the initial check-out and commissioning

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Over 20 Concepts For Applied Projects In “Remote Sensing Applications Competition” Launched By EIAST

The competition aims to develop mechanisms and programs that serve various governmental sectors As part of the Remote Sensing Applications Competition 2014, launched by the Emirates Institution for Advanced Science

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Applications of Low Altitude Remote Sensing in Agriculture

In a study by Chunhua Zhang et. al., on “Applications of Low Altitude Remote Sensing in Agriculture upon Farmers’ Requests– A Case Study in Northeastern Ontario, Canada” reveals the importance

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LiDAR Mapping Technique Finds Abandoned Mines in Forest

&nbssp; A project to determine the locations of abandoned mines in the Willamette National Forest could help firefighters and others avoid injuries. The Statesman Journal reports in a story on

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World’s Biggest Aerial LiDAR Survey to Reveal Angkor Wat Historical Secrets

Angkor, in Cambodia’s Northern Province of Siem Reap, is one of the most important archaeological sites of Southeast Asia and listed in world heritage sites by UNESCO. Stretching over some

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Ph.D. Admission Programs Opens in MANIT-Bhopal

MANIT-Bhopal proudly stands as an Institute of National importance by providing over 40k engineers,technocrtas and achivers in their respective areas in its glorious 50 years of academic execellence.The Institute salutes

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Tribal Ministry to Use Satellite Mapping to Develop Water Bodies

The Ministry of Tribal Affairs (MoTA) is planning to use satellite mapping to identify potential water collection spots, which could be developed for fish culture and other purposes in order

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Kashmir Floods Monitored By Latest Satellite Technology

Union Minister Jitendra Singh said that Kashmir floods are being constantly monitored by latest satellite technology at the National Remote Sensing Centre. “Kashmir floods are being constantly monitored by latest

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Aerial LiDAR to Study Impact of Colorado Flood on Soil Erosion

Anderson and colleagues use repeat aerial LiDAR to quantify the erosional impact of the heavy rains that inundated the Colorado Front Range in September 2013. One week of steady rain and

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IRNSS-1D, 4th Satellite of IRNSS Constellation Launched Successfully

Today (Mar. 28, 2015) ISRO’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, PSLV-C27, successfully launched IRNSS-1D from Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota. The satellite is one among the seven of the IRNSS constellation