Tag: ESA

Mobile Apps for Galileo and Copernicus

After one week of intense teamwork at the European Space Agency's ESTEC and ESA BIC Noordwijk facilities in the Netherlands

The OGC adopts OGC Geo and Time Extensions Standard for OpenSearch

The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Members approved "OGC OpenSearch Geo and Time Extensions" as an OGC standard.

MDA Joins ESA Third Party Mission Program

MDA’s Information Systems group announced that it has signed an agreement with the European Space Agency (ESA) to provide RADARSAT-2 information to user groups under ESA’s Third Party Mission Program.

Galileo fixes Europe’s position in history

Europe’s new age of satellite navigation has passed a historic milestone – the very first determination of a ground location using the four Galileo satellites currently in orbit together with their ground facilities.

New SPOT 4 Mission Before Being De-orbited

After 177 months in service and having collected 6,811,918 images, SPOT 4’s mission was brought to an end by CNES and Astrium on 11 January.

Pléiades 1B Satellite Successfully Launched

On 2 December 2012, Soyuz flight VS04 launched the Pléiades 1B very-high-resolution optical satellite from the Guiana Space Centre. The launch marks a new success for ESA, CNES and Arianespace, who jointly operate the launch base, less than a year after orbiting Pléiades 1A. Astrium Services will be the exclusive distributor of imagery from Pléiades 1A and 1B.

RapidEye incorporates Active Collision Avoidance Process

RapidEye, a provider of high-resolution, wide area repetitive coverage of earth through its constellation of five satellites, announced that it is now using the European Space Agency (ESA)'s Collision Probability Assessment Service.

Pléiades 1a successfully orbited

Soyuz launched the Pléiades 1a satellite from the Guiana Space Centre (CSG), marking a new success for ESA, CNES and Arianespace, who jointly manage the CSG, after its first flight from the launch base on 21 October 2011. Pléiades 1a is now on the way to its final orbit at an altitude of 700 kilometres, where it will later be joined by Pléiades 1b, operating in the same orbit but phased 180° from its twin to form a constellation capable of revisiting any point on the globe every day.

LizardTech Joins BARSC

LizardTech, a provider of software solutions for managing and distributing geospatial content, has become a member of the British Association of Remote Sensing Companies (BARSC). BARSC is an industry association dedicated to the promotion of the interests of all commercial companies involved with remote sensing technology throughout the United Kingdom.

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