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TRISAT-R CubeSat: A Glimpse of Earth through the Eye of a Coin-Sized Camera
This unusual image was acquired using an extremely miniaturised camera about the size of the edge of a 20 cent coin - a miniscule technology experiment aboard ESA's shoebox-sized TRISAT-R CubeSat.

Maribor, Slovenia (SPX) Nov 10, 2023
In a striking display of miniaturized innovation, the European Space Agency's TRISAT-R CubeSat has provided a unique perspective of our planet Earth from an altitude of 6,000 kilometers, captured th ... more
 
SPACEWAR
Experts to Explore AI Integration in Military Space Operations at LAX Forum
Los Angeles CA (SPX) Nov 09, 2023
American Conference Institute (ACI) is set to host the first Military Space Systems Forum, gathering defense and aerospace industry professionals and experts in Los Angeles, California, from Novembe
ROCKET SCIENCE
ESA further boosts RFA One across Europe
Paris (ESA) Nov 09, 2023
ESA has committed further 'Boost! Programme' funding to German startup Rocket Factory Augsburg, known as RFA, for the development of commercial space transportation services based on the RFA One lau
TECH SPACE
D-Orbit Welcomes Marubeni Corporation as Lead Investor in Series C Funding
Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Nov 09, 2023
In a significant move within the space logistics sector, D-Orbit, a pioneer in satellite logistics services, has announced a new investment partnership with Marubeni Corporation, the Japanese indust
AFRICA NEWS
Ethiopia holds fresh round of talks with Oromo rebels
Nairobi (AFP) Nov 8, 2023
Ethiopia's government and the Oromo Liberation Army (OLA) rebel group are holding talks in Tanzania to try to end a five-year insurgency in the country's most populous region, a diplomatic source said Wednesday.

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TAIWAN NEWS
Taiwan hopes new UK deal will help bid to join wider trade bloc
Taipei (AFP) Nov 8, 2023
Taiwan signed a trade partnership agreement with Britain on Wednesday, a move it hopes will help boost its bid to join a major Asia-Pacific trade bloc despite China's objection.
ROCKET SCIENCE
Pioneering satellite refueling technology could extend missions indefinitely
London, UK (SPX) Nov 08, 2023
In an ambitious move to address the escalating issue of space debris, the UK Space Agency has earmarked 2 million pounds for research into satellite refueling capabilities that could significantly
TECH SPACE
World-first Zero Debris Charter goes live
Paris (ESA) Nov 07, 2023
More satellites were launched in the last few years than the entire six decades of space exploration. 130 million pieces of space debris larger than a millimetre orbit Earth, threatening satellites
SUPERPOWERS
NATO condemns Russia ditching conventional forces treaty
Brussels (AFP) Nov 7, 2023
NATO countries on Tuesday condemned Russia's formal withdrawal from a landmark treaty limiting conventional forces in Europe and said allies involved were suspending its operation.
 
SPACEMART
Sidus Space secures new agreement for LizzieSat data sales
Los Angeles CA (SPX) Nov 06, 2023
Sidus Space, a Space and Data-as-a-Service (DaaS) provider listed on NASDAQ (SIDU), has successfully inked a new deal to commercialize the data anticipated from its forthcoming LizzieSat satellite a
WAR REPORT
Hamas says Gaza death toll tops 10,000 as Israel steps up war
Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territories (AFP) Nov 6, 2023
The death toll in Gaza has surpassed 10,000 people, the Hamas-run health ministry said Monday after nearly one month of bombardment by Israel whose offensive against Palestinian militants showed signs of intensifying.
TECH SPACE
Momentus Advances Vigoride-7 Testing, Aiming for 2024 SpaceX Launch
Los Angeles CA (SPX) Nov 06, 2023
Momentus Inc., the U.S.-based commercial space firm known for its satellite transportation and in-space services, has achieved a significant milestone with the completion of vibration testing on its
TECH SPACE
Planet Labs advances satellite communication with NASA CSP ground tests
San Francisco CA (SPX) Nov 06, 2023
In an innovative stride within the aerospace industry, Planet Labs PBC (NYSE: PL) has recently concluded a pivotal phase in their collaboration under NASA's Communications Services Project (CSP). Th

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AI maps icebergs 10,000 times faster than humans
Giant icebergs are important components of the Antarctic environment. They impact ocean physics, chemistry, biology and, of course, maritime operations. Therefore, it is crucial to monitor iceberg extent and to quantify how much meltwater they release into the ocean. In a groundbreaking development, researchers from the University of Leeds have unveiled a neural network that can swiftly and accurately chart the expanse of large Antarctic icebergs in Copernicus Sentinel-1 satellite radar images, accomplishing the task in a mere 0.01 seconds. This novel approach is in stark contrast to the laborious and time-consuming manual efforts needed previously. Video: <a href="https://www.esa.int/ESA_Multimedia/Images/2023/11/Using_AI_to_measure_the_size_of_icebergs">Using AI to measure the size of icebergs</a>

Paris (ESA) Nov 10, 2023
In a groundbreaking development, researchers from the University of Leeds have unveiled a neural network that can swiftly and accurately chart the expanse of large Antarctic icebergs in satellite im ... more
 
AEROSPACE
China blasts 'malicious' Canada air patrol after latest intercept
Beijing (AFP) Nov 4, 2023
China on Saturday accused Canada of conducting a "malicious and provocative" air patrol over the disputed South China Sea, after Ottawa rebuked Beijing for what it described as a second risky midair intercept in two weeks.
THE STANS
Pakistani troops kill 9 attackers during siege on military base in Punjab
Washington DC (UPI) Nov 4, 2023
Pakistani security forces killed nine attackers who launched an assault on the Mianwali airbase in the northeastern province of Punjab early Saturday, according to military officials.
WAR REPORT
Larger-scale warfare may have occurred in Europe 1,000 years earlier
Valladolid, Spain (SPX) Nov 03, 2023
A re-analysis of more than 300 sets of 5,000-year-old skeletal remains excavated from a site in Spain suggests that many of the individuals may have been casualties of the earliest period of warfare
AEROSPACE
Canada slams China over second 'unsafe' aircraft intercept in two weeks
Ottawa (AFP) Nov 3, 2023
Canadian Defense Minister Bill Blair on Friday slammed Chinese fighter jets' second "significantly unsafe" intercept in two weeks of Canadian aircraft patrolling the Pacific.

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