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New satellite data confirms that the Earth is warming up and possibly faster

Polar Bear on Arctic Sea Ice [Credit: AWeith – Wikimedia Commons] Just in time for Earth Day, new satellite data confirms that the Earth is warming at an alarming rate. NASA's Aqua Satellite satellite's new Atmospheric Infrared Sounder (AIRS) data confirm the surface temperature analysis results of the Goddard Institute of Space Studies (2015), 2016 and 2017 (19659004). GISTEMP data …

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A communications satellite that died in orbit. Now it's potentially dangerous space debris

Intelsat, based in Luxembourg, reports that its Intelsat 29E (IS-29E) satellite is now a total loss after reporting previously on a spacecraft anomaly. Late on April 7, the Intelsat 29e propulsion system suffered damage that caused a leaking of the propellant aboard the satellite resulting in a disruption of services to customers. This event caused a failure of the service …

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Satellite Intelsat 29e classified as "Total Damage"

<! – The satellite communications company Intelsat had suffered orbital damage two weeks ago in orbit, but it failed to rescue its Intelsat 29e spacecraft. -> Derek Richardson 20. April 2019 A representation of the Intelsat 29e communications satellite in orbit. Image rights: Intelsat After suffering satellite orbit damage two months ago, the satellite communications company Intelsat declared its Intelsat …

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India has blown up a satellite. Now a "space fence" is trailing its backlog

Explosive Demonstration Last month India demonstrated its capacity as a space nation and attracted international criticism when using a rocket to blow up one of its own satellites. The launch coincided with Lockheed Martin's test run of a new space surveillance technology called Space Fence, which allows all unregistered objects orbiting the earth to be detected and tracked. According to …

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Satellite data confirm the trend towards global warming

Earth's "skin temperature" satellite measurements have confirmed that global warming is heating up the planet. The infrared-sensitive card system was used to record temperature trends from 2003 to 2017, in line with other measurements on land. Dr. Joël Susskind of Goddard Space Flight Center of NASA said: "Both datasets show that the Earth's surface has warmed globally during this period, …

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Satellite images may show reprocessing activity at North Korea site: US researchers

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Last week's satellite imagery shows movement at North Korea's key nuclear facility, which could be linked to the reprocessing of radioactive material into bomb fuel, a US think tank said Tuesday. A view of what researchers from Beyond Parallel, a CSIS project, describe as a radiochemistry laboratory at the Yongbyon Nuclear Research Center in North Pyongan Province, …

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Pepsi may be the first company to use Satellite Billboards

Capitalism is a plague that even the stars can not defy. Have you ever looked into a dark night sky, the stars shining down on you, like a shimmering light shining with ebony waves, and you think, "It would be nicer with a Pepsi logo"? Well, the Russian company StartRocket has it, and it seems like PepsiCo agrees. As reported …

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Launch of SpaceX Falcon Heavy: SpaceX launches rocket Falcon Heavy, which transports satellite into space, lands booster missiles

A year after fired a Tesla Roadster into space, a second SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket came to life and was thrown into space on Thursday night. Barrel Launcher has A highly developed communications satellite for the Saudi Arabian consortium Arabsat into orbit promoted. Although the Arabsat 6A communications station was the first target of the 34-minute mission, the SpaceX engineers …

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Arabsat CEO: Falcon Heavy gives our satellite extra life

COLORADO SPRINGS – Arabsat chose SpaceX's Falcon Heavy to launch its latest satellite, Khalid Balkheyour, Arabsat's chief executive, said in an interview with SpaceNews . SpaceX's launch of the Arabsat-6A communications satellite is scheduled for 6:35 pm Eastern from Space Launch Complex 39A at Cape Canaveral, Florida. Upper level winds in the atmosphere scrubbed yesterday's launch attempt. The mission is …

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NASA says the space station is at increased risk, thanks to the India-busted satellite

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine did not stir his words when asked after the recent Indian mission to destroy a low-orbit satellite. He described this as a "terrible, terrible thing" that put the International Space Station ISS at a heightened risk] Bridenstine added that the threat of small debris and space debris from the orbita laboratory's destruction of the small satellite …

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