Participants of a meeting on 24 August 2011 on monitoring and control of natural and human-induced emergency situations in the 'Rossiyskaya gazeta' press centre demonstrated that satellite imagery
Seven small satellites to serve organizations on four continents rocketed out of a missile silo in Russia and roared into orbit on Wednesday, August 17, on top of a Dnepr rocket.
On August 10th, SSTL announced that it will launch the NigeriaSat-2 and NigeriaSat-X satellites on behalf of the Nigerian National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA) by a Dnepr launch v
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British and Russian scientists are planning a satellite system that will monitor seismic activity from space in the hope of one day predicting the occurrence of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.<
Heavy torrential rains raised the water level over the ?danger mark?
ScanEx Research & Development Center (Russia) and French Spot Image (France) have signed an agreement, entitling ScanEx with exclusive rights starting late July 2010 to distribute SPOT 4 satell
A sharp increase in the temperature from minus 10 degrees to plus 10 degrees Celsius triggering the melting of snow caused floods between 22 and 26 March, inundating seven settlements in four munic
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