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Could Taking Down Zombie Satellites Be As Lucrative As Launching Them?

Tim Fernholz | Quartz | April 25, 2013

The European Space Agency’s conference on space junk, which just wrapped up in Germany, brought news both bad and good for the space industry. Read More »

ESA Mars Express HRSC Images Now Available Under A Creative Commons Licence

Marco Trovatello | ESA Blog | December 18, 2014

Following its arrival at the Red Planet in December 2003, imagery from ESA’s Mars Express mission has proved immensely popular, with the High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC) on board the spacecraft playing a major role...

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NASA Launches Next Space Apps Challenge

Elena Malykhena | InformationWeek | April 15, 2013

International competition brings together developers from around the world to create software, hardware and visualization tools for space exploration missions. Read More »

Satellites: Make Earth Observations Open Access

Michael A. Wulder & Nicholas C. Coops | Nature | September 2, 2014

...A new era of open-access satellite data has arrived. In 2008, the US Geological Survey (USGS) released for free to the public its Landsat archive, which dates back to the 1970s and is the world's largest collection of Earth imagery...

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