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March 04, 2015
ASC Signal secures NOAA contract for satellite antennas
Plano TX (SPX) Feb 27, 2015
ASC Signal Corporation has been awarded a contract by Harris Corporation to deliver a network of earth station antennas supporting the US Commerce Department's National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The program, which is supporting NOAA's next generation of weather satellites called the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites - R Series (GOES-R), is part of Harris's prime contract with NOAA to provide direct receipt and processing of critical weather data to the Nationa ... read more

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Lightning kills five in Tanzania school
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African nations to invest in meteorology to 'save lives'
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Sandstorm lashes Middle East, halting Suez traffic
A fierce sandstorm lashed Egypt, Israel and Lebanon on Wednesday, forcing the closure of the Suez Canal and grounding domestic flights in Israel, officials said. ... more
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Lightning bolt kills seven in Zimbabwe: report
Six children and a woman were killed by a single bolt of lightning as they sheltered in their thatched homestead in rural Zimbabwe, state media reported Wednesday. ... more
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Long winter in US? Groundhogs disagree
American meteorologists were in the hot seat last week for erroneously forecasting blizzards that shut down New York, but on Monday, it was groundhogs that clashed over the onset of spring. ... more
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Urban heatwaves getting worse, study confirms
Urban heatwaves have become more frequent over the last 40 years, scientists reported on Friday. ... more
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Partly wrong with a chance of being right
The night before the Israel Defense Forces' 1976 mission rescuing over 200 hostages from hijackers in Entebbe, Uganda, Tel Aviv University's Prof. Pinhas Alpert, then head of an Israel Air Force bas ... more
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New York, meteorologists defend storm shutdown
New York authorities and meteorologists on Tuesday defended a decision to shut down America's biggest city for a storm that skirted the Big Apple, dumping the worst snow east and north. ... more
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Madagascar storm death toll climbs to 68
Sixty eight people were killed in the tropical storm that battered Madagascar over a week ago, according to new figures released Tuesday ahead of a national day of mourning. ... more
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2014 smashes temperature records in Europe
The year 2014 broke a series of heat records in France, Britain, Germany and Belgium, weather agencies reported Monday. ... more
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Lightning strike kills four on Brazil beach
A lightning strike during a sudden downpour killed four Brazilian beachgoers Monday, media reports said. ... more
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Tornado hits Mississippi, four dead, emergency declared
At least four people were killed in the southeastern US state of Mississippi on Tuesday after a tornado tore through the region, officials said. ... more
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Temperature rising faster in Finland than anywhere else: meteorologists
Temperatures in Finland rose almost twice as fast as in the rest the world over the past 166 years, meteorologists said Monday, supporting claims global warming hits higher altitudes hardest. ... more
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Birds can sense a coming storm and flee: study
Birds appear to be able to sense a coming storm and fly away before it hits, according to research out Thursday on golden-winged warblers in the United States. ... more
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Four die as homes collapse in Morocco storms
Four people have died in house collapses as new storms swept across Morocco at the weekend, a month after flooding killed nearly 50, the authorities said on Monday. ... more
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Indonesian landslide death toll rises to 56
Indonesian rescuers dug through mud with shovels and their bare hands for a third day Monday in the hunt for dozens of people still missing after a landslide engulfed a village, as the death toll rose to 56. ... more
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November global temps dip, Earth still nears heat record
The Earth is still on track for a record-breaking year for heat even though the average global temperature last month dipped to the seventh warmest since 1880, US government scientists said Monday. ... more
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Strongest storm in years batters California
About 150,000 people were left struggling for power on Thursday as the strongest storm to lash the US West Coast in several years blew in snow, heavy rain and ferocious winds. ... more
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Huge storm hits US West Coast, two dead
The US West Coast's most ferocious storm in years triggered rockslides, power outages and hurricane force winds on Friday in southern California, a day after claiming two lives in the Northwest. ... more
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Thousands without power as storm batters California
About 150,000 people were left without power Thursday as a powerful storm slammed into drought-stricken California, bringing snow, heavy rain and ferocious winds to the western US state. ... more
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Europe now 10 times likelier to get heatwaves: study
Scientists who a decade ago found that global warming had doubled the risk of an extremely hot summer in Europe reported on Monday that such an event was now 10 times likelier. ... more
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Morocco storms kill 11: report
Floods triggered by torrential rains have killed 11 people in Morocco, a week after a storm left 36 dead, a television report said Monday. ... more
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Wintry weather sparks Thanksgiving travel havoc in US
More than 9,000 flights were cancelled or delayed in the US northeast as a winter storm snarled travel for Americans eager to celebrate Thursday's Thanksgiving holiday, which kicks off one of the year's biggest travel weekends. ... more
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'At least 8 dead, 24 missing' in Morocco storms
At least eight people were killed and 24 were missing as heavy storms lashed southern Morocco, causing flash floods, the authorities said on Sunday. ... more
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From hurricanes to drought, LatAm's volatile climate
Sixteen years ago, Teodoro Acuna Zavala lost nearly everything when Hurricane Mitch ravaged his fields, pouring 10 days of torrential rains on Central America and killing more than 9,000 people. ... more
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Rocky Mountain storms lead to new findings about hailstones
Hailstones from three Rocky Mountain storms formed around biological material, then bounced around the clouds picking up layers of ice, according to a new Montana State University study. The d ... more
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