Earth Observation



Five things you should know about Greenland’s ice sheet

Greenland is about three-times the size of Texas and almost completely covered in ice. Last week, 12 billion tonnes of ice melted and ran-off...


NewSpace ecosystem propelling Earth Observation industry

Improvements in launch systems and innovations such as the use of commercial-off-the-shelf technology for space applications are driving down costs, while a diverse range...
earth observation policies

Earth Observation Policies – What is the Way Forward

Satellite earth observation is a global enterprise right from the days of Landsat. However, with rapid privatization of the industry, there are conflicts between...

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NASA video shows Greenland ice cover could completely disappear

In the next 200 years, the ice sheet model shows that melting at the present rate could contribute up to 63 inches to global...
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What are SAR satellites and how do they work?

In an exclusive interview with Geospatial World, Capella Space’s Matt Wood explains the significance of SAR satellites and how they are different from traditional...
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ISRO Chandrayaan 2: Behind the scene

Behind the scenes footage of how Chandrayaan 2 was built Read More