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Earth-i chooses Spacemetric to process still images and video from its prototype satellite

BARSC member and ‘New Space’ pioneer Earth-i today announced that images and video from its new prototype satellite due for launch early January 2018 will be managed, catalogued and geometrically corrected using software from Swedish photogrammetry and imagery specialist, Spacemetric. Earth-i is building the first commercial constellation in the world Read more…

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Harris Corporation to Provide Real-Time Weather Observation Support for Cape Canaveral Launch Activities

BARSC member Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) has been selected by Ki Ho Military Acquisition Consulting Inc. (KIHOMAC) to provide a system to deliver real-time satellite data from NOAA’s newest Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES-16) that will support critical launch decisions at Cape Canaveral, Florida. “Weather conditions have an enormous impact on Read more…

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Elecnor Deimos, member of the winning consortium of the ESA Sentinel Small Sat (S^3) Challenge and Overall Copernicus Masters Awards

A team supported by the Portuguese branch of BASRC member Elecnor Deimos have won 1st prize in the ESA Sentinel Small Sat Challenge and the Copernicus Masters Award. Deimos Engenhaira, in collaboration with the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC) and the Insititute of Space Studies Catalonia (IEEC), were presented with Read more…

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Trevor Paglen: Orbital Reflector

A couple of years ago, contemporary artist Trevor Paglen approached the Nevada Museum of Art with a bold idea: launch the first satellite into space that would exist purely as an artistic gesture. The Museum knew that his radical vision — Orbital Reflector — could help to change the way Read more…