This Satellite news page includes news headlines, summaries, and article citations about satellites from diverse, English-language news sources around the world.
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- Satellite images show China has upgraded military bases facing Taiwan
Taken above China's Longtian, Huian and Zhangzhou bases, the pictures reveal the construction of storage bunkers, expanded aprons and new administrative buildings.
Daily Mail. Friday, 15 Oct 2021.
- 'Walrus from Space' climate change project urges public to help search for animals in satellite images
Researchers studying how walruses will be affected by the climate crisis are looking for half a million people from around the world to help spot the animals in satellite
Sky News. Thursday, 14 Oct 2021.
- Planet Labs, soon to be public, unveils more powerful Pelican imagery satellites
Earth imaging and data specialist Planet Labs on Tuesday unveiled Pelican, its new line of imagery satellites.
CNBC. Tuesday, 12 Oct 2021.
- Comcast's (CMCSA) Sky to Launch Sky Glass Streaming TV in UK
Comcast's (CMCSA) Sky network announces the upcoming launch of a smart TV called Sky Glass in the UK that will stream Sky TV content over Wi-Fi directly and bypass the need for a satellite
Zacks. Monday, 11 Oct 2021.
- Sky Glass vs Sky Q: Which is best for you?
For the first time in its illlustrious history, Sky will offer its full, unrestricted TV service to customers without a satellite
dish.Sky Glass will be
Pocket Lint. Monday, 11 Oct 2021.
- La Palma volcano: New satellite images show violent eruption from space as lava flows across island
images show La Palma's erupting volcano from space, as lava continues to flow across the island.
Sky News. Monday, 11 Oct 2021.
- What is Sky Glass, how much does it cost and how can I get it?
Sky Glass is a device and service from Sky that launches on 18 October 2021.Unlike the company's flagship product, Sky Q, which requires a satellite
Pocket Lint. Saturday, 9 Oct 2021.
- Coal tips: Satellite technology used to ensure safety
Technology usually used to find water on other planets will help make Wales' coal tips safer.
BBC News. Friday, 8 Oct 2021.
- Satellite constellations are 'ruining' the night sky that indigenous groups say hurt traditions
Certain indigenous groups believe that the satellite
megaconstellations companies are launching amount to 'astrocolonialism' and are washing away cultural traditions.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 7 Oct 2021.
- Sky launches streaming TV with no satellite dish
By ditching the satellite
and the need for a set-top box, the offering will shake up the market.
BBC News. Thursday, 7 Oct 2021.
- Maxar (MAXR) Secures Contract Renewal for Satellite Imagery
Maxar (MAXR) continues to provide more than 400,000 U.S. government users with on-demand access to high-resolution commercial imagery.
Zacks. Monday, 4 Oct 2021.
- Intelligence Agencies Pushed to Use More Commercial Satellites
Congress wants the government to turn to the private sector to augment the capabilities of highly classified spy satellites.
New York Times. Monday, 27 Sep 2021.
- Startup Near Space Labs Raises $13 Million To Launch More Mapping Balloons Into The Stratosphere
CEO Rema Matevosyan and her cofounders see balloons as a cheaper, carbon-free geospatial mapping alternative to plane flights and satellites. ...
Forbes. Monday, 20 Sep 2021.
- These Atomic Clock Will Help The Second Generation Galileo Satellites Stay On Time
A French positioning, navigation and timing company will provide the atomic clocks to keep the Second Generation Galileo Satellites
Forbes. Saturday, 18 Sep 2021.
- NASA satellite image shows impact of 9/11 attacks
20 years after the September 11 terror attacks that killed nearly 3,000 men, women and children, NASA is remembering the day, sharing images and memories.
Fox News. Saturday, 11 Sep 2021.
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