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October 30, 2013
Space technologies boost disaster reduction int'l co-op
Beijing (XNA) Oct 28, 2013
Another China-Brazil satellite will be launched from China at the end of this year to collect data for disaster prevention and environmental protection. The satellite, the third to be launched under the China-Brazil Earth Resources Satellite Program (CBERS), is the latest international advance in disaster reduction, with functions in agriculture, meteorology and the environment, according to the China National Space Administration (CNSA). CBERS images are used for a variety of purposes, incl ... read more
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Astrium delivers microwave radiometer for the Sentinel-3A satellite
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Last month's torrential rains and flooding in Colorado made headlines, but there's another, far more common and growing weather-related threat western states are facing in the wake of longer and wor ... more

Time is ripe for fire detection satellite
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Molecular 'treasure maps' to help discover new materials

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