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January 29, 2015
Europe to resume satnav launches in March: Arianespace
Paris (AFP) Jan 28, 2015
Europe in March will resume satellite launches for its troubled Galileo navigation system, hoping to boost by at least six the number of orbiters this year, Arianespace and the European Commission said Wednesday. "We are ready for a launch on March 26" from Kourou, Europe's space base in French Guyana, chairman Stephane Israel of launch firm Arianespace told AFP in Paris after the European Commission in Brussels gave the green light. Galileo, Europe's seven-billion-euro ($8-billion) rival to Ame ... read more
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Congressman claims relying on GLONASS jeopardizes US lives
Depending on a Russian satellite system to route US emergency phone calls, as outlined in a proposal being considered by the US government's main communications agency, would endanger the lives of A ... more

911 Assc says lobbyist behind tactics to derail GLONASS
US lobbyist is behind a campaign to derail a proposal being considered by the US government's main communications agency to use Russian satellites to help first responders more accurately locate 911 ... more

Prototype weapons launcher fitted onto B-52 bomber
A prototype weapons bay launcher that improves weapons capacity has been installed by Boeing and the U.S. Air Force on a B-52 bomber. ... more
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These jellyfish aren't just drifters
Jellyfish might look like mere drifters, but some of them have a remarkable ability to detect the direction of ocean currents and to swim strongly against them, according to new evidence in free-ran ... more


US Emergency Services to Depend On Russian Satellites?
Russia's GLONASS precision navigation and timing satellite system may be used in the US to locate people calling 911 from their mobile phones, the Washington Times newspaper reported. Trey For ... more
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Small Modular Reactors - USA - 2015
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Advocates pressure US Congress to let small drones fly
Letting small drones fly for profit in US airspace would give a big lift to the development of unmanned aerial vehicles of all sizes, a Congressional committee heard Wednesday. ... more

USAF orders addditional Boeing rescue radios
The U.S. Air force has ordered additional rescue radios for aircrew and upgrades to the rescue systems ground station network from Boeing. ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
Maintaining INF Treaty is Russian, US Interest

Iran expects Russia to deliver S-300 missile systems

Brazil Hopes to Ink Pantsir-S1 Air Defense Deal With Russia by Mid-2015

Detecting chemical weapons with a color-changing film

Vanguard Delivers Advanced EHF Bus Structure Assembly

NASA, Boeing, SpaceX Outline Objectives to ISS Flights

Boeing will be first to carry US astronauts to space


European Space Agency to Launch Six Navigation Satellites in 2015
Six satellites from Europe's own global navigation satellite system Galileo are to be put into orbit in 2015, European Space Agency (ESA) Director General Jean-Jacques Dordain said Friday. "Th ... more

Ricoh intros super day/night digital binocular
Digital day/night binoculars that penetrate fog, smoke, rain and sand for clear imaging have been introduced by Ricoh Americas Corporation. ... more

Turtles use unique magnetic compass to find birth beach
Every year, adult sea turtles make the journey back to the beaches where they were born. They return year after year to lay their own eggs. Their offspring, freshly hatched, will make their way out to sea. Ten years later, having reached sexual maturity, the sea turtles will return to the same natal beach. The cycle repeats, generation after generation. ... more
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Meltwater on Greenland's ice sheet contributes to rising sea levels
As the largest single chunk of melting snow and ice in the world, the massive ice sheet that covers about 80 percent of Greenland is recognized as the biggest potential contributor to rising sea lev ... more

Company offers aerial imagery services to solar operators
Current methods of fault and anomaly detection in solar arrays are time consuming and resource intensive. ASSIST Aviation Solutions recently introduced an innovative new survey technique on the east ... more
24/7 News Coverage
Arctic sea ice loss expected to be bumpy in the short term

Large-scale analytics system for predicting major events described

Long series of droughts doomed Mexican city 1,000 years ago

Missing link in metal physics explains Earth's magnetic field

Global warming doubles risk of extreme La Nina event

Brazil's Soy Moratorium still needed to preserve Amazon

Did genetic links to modern maladies provide ancient benefits?


Hunting bats rely on 'bag of chips effect'
When bats hunt in groups at night, they rely on the sounds of their fellow bats to tip them off on the best places to a grab a good meal. Researchers reporting their findings in the Cell Press journ ... more

W3C and OGC to Collaborate to Integrate Spatial Data on the Web
The W3C and the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) have announced a new collaboration to improve interoperability and integration of spatial data on the Web. Spatial data - describing geographic locat ... more

DigitalGlobe products used in fight against Ebola
DigitalGlobe, an Earth observation and geospatial solutions company, says its products are playing an important role in the international effort to combat Ebola in West Africa. ... more

Years-long 'silent quake' unleashed Fukushima tsunami
The earthquake that set off the tsunami which caused the Fukushima nuclear plant disaster was unleashed by a stealthy nine-year buildup of pressure on a plate boundary, scientists said Tuesday. ... more

Electromagnetic waves linked to particle fallout in Earth's atmosphere
In a new study that sheds light on space weather's impact on Earth, Dartmouth researchers and their colleagues show for the first time that plasma waves buffeting the planet's radiation belts are re ... more

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AirAsia disappearance fuels calls for real-time tracking
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U.S. military seeks new UAV perception technology
The U.S. military is seeking the development of enhanced unmanned aerial vehicle technology for autonomous operations within complex indoor spaces. ... more
24/7 Energy News Coverage
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Reassure EV buyers with battery leasing and better charging

Patents provide insight on Wall Street 'technology arms race'

Russia and DPRK May Develop $20-30 Billion Power Grid Project

NREL examines trade-offs of owning versus leasing a solar PV systems

Infrared imaging technique operates at high temperatures


Speedy, Agile UAVs Envisioned for Troops in Urban Missions


Russia to Debate US Discrimination of Glonass System in UN: Reports


Four Galileo satellites at ESA test centre


Russia Launches Soyuz-2.1b Rocket Carrying Satellite: Defense Ministry


Russia Declassifies Satellite Earth-Sensing Data


Russia's Glonass to Provide Brazil With Alternative to GPS


GPS III and OCX Demonstrate Key Satellite Command and Control Capabilities


In United States, drones take off as Christmas gifts


Underfire Uber ramps up rider safety


EasySolar to reduce soft costs of solar through its new designing tool

Earth grows a new layer under an Icelandic volcano

Atlas 5 launches spysat payload for NRO

Trimble UX5 drone allowed for commercial operations

China's Baidu to invest in taxi app Uber: report

The Science of Magnetic Reconnection

ULA signs Orbital Sciences to launch Cygnus cargo mission to ISS

ATV views Space Station as never before

China to Roll Out Own Global Navigation System by 2020

GPS analysts bridge gap between launch, orbit

Re-thinking Southern California earthquake scenarios

NIST study 'makes the case' for RFID forensic evidence management

Army taps AeroVironment for continued Switchblade support services

US city of Portland sues Uber

Uber now valued at $40 bn

Precision guided projectile hits the mark in recent testing

Galileo satellite recovered and transmitting navigation signals

Mislaunched navigation satellite may get 2nd life: ESA

Russia Puts Second GLONASS-K Satellite Into Orbit: Defense Ministry

Can Cockpit Automation Cause Pilots to Lose Critical Thinking Skills

China's homegrown GPS ready to be used for smartphones

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