You are here: Home / 2014 / Jul-Aug / Departments / Industry Briefs / Business / Elecnor Deimos Launches First Global Alliance of Earth Observation Satellite Operators MADRID, Sept. 11, 2014—ElecnorDeimos, the technological area of the ... Earth Imaging Journal, 6 days ago
Elecnor Deimos announces launch of PanGeo Alliance - Individual.com, 1 week ago
Launch of the 1st Global Alliance of Earth Observation Satellites Operators - ASD News, 2 weeks ago
IBERDROLA INGENIERÍA And ELECNOR DEIMOS To Undertake Project Sumo In Partnership With The European Space Agency (ESA)
IBERDROLA INGENIERÍA and ELECNOR DEIMOS, by way of their respective UK subsidiaries, have launched project SUMO (Support of Maritime Operations in Offshore Windfarms), an initiative aimed at creating a benchmark system for offshore wind farm ...EPC Engineer, 6 days ago Offshore Wind, Aerospace Industries Enter Collaboration Offshore Wind, 3 weeks ago Iberdrola Ingeniería and Elecnor Deimos along with the European Space Agency develop a programme to manage offshore wind farms FuturEnergy, 3 weeks ago IBERDROLA : Ingeniería and elecnor deimos to undertake project sumo in partnership with the european space agency (esa) 4 Traders, 3 weeks ago
Mangalyaan took a photo of a dust storm on Mars ISRO India's Mars Orbiter Mission, Mangalyaan, is sending back stunning images of the Red Planet it made its home last week on 24 September. After first showing us the Martian atmosphere and the ...International Business Times India, 1 day ago Aditya Kalra: Mars and more The Gulf Today, 5 days ago Mangalyaan Sends First Photo from Mars, Says 'View is Nice Up Here'; Second Photo Shows Martian Atmosphere International Business Times India, 6 days ago Mangalyaan Begins Sending Images of Mars India-West, 6 days ago
NASA's Mars Curiosity rover drills first hole into martian mountain to learn about how the world once 'capable of hosting life' became the barren landscape it is today
On Wednesday September 24 the robotic Mars Curiosity rover drilled 2.6 inches into an area of the base of Mount Sharp Scientists are specifically interested in Mount Sharp and are studying the rocks for clues about how Mars shifted from possible ...Capital Bay, 3 days ago
BANGALORE: Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman K. Radhakrishnan on Thursday presented to Prime Minister Narendra Modi the first set of images of the Martian surface taken by the Mars Orbiter. The spacecraft started taking images of ...The Gulf Today, 5 days ago Mars images presented to Narendra Modi Mid Day, 6 days ago ISRO chief presents Mars' first images to PM Modi ZeeNews.com, 6 days ago ISRO chief presents PM Modi Mars' first images ZeeNews.com, 6 days ago
India reaches the Red Planet! So why is Britain giving £1BILLION in aid to a nation that can afford a mission to Mars?
Mars Orbiter cost £45 million ($74 million), three-quarters that of Gravity It took 300 days to travel more than 420 million miles (670 million km) Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed it 'near impossible' success The spacecraft, called ...Capital Bay, 6 days ago India's spacecraft orbits Mars successfully - and it cost less to send it there than Hollywood spent on making Gravity Capital Bay, 1 week ago India's spacecraft orbits Mars and it cost less than Hollywood hit Gravity Capital Bay, 6 days ago
Chennai: India's Mars Orbiter spacecraft has sent five pictures of the red planet's surface, said a senior official of the Indian space agency. The Mars Orbiter has started sending pictures. We have received five pictures and these are under ...Qatar Peninsula, 6 days ago
— By , September 25, 2014 12:20 am The Mars Colour Camera will supply images of two moons, sensors will look for methane gas Bangalore : Five scientific instruments onboard the Indian spacecraft will explore Mars during the next six months in ...The Freepress Journal, 6 days ago Isro's Mars Orbiter Mission to Look for Life-Sustaining Elements on the Red Planet NDTV, 1 week ago India will explore Mars for life-sustaining elements ProKerala.com, 1 week ago
Primary deployment test of the three-fold solar panel. Credit: ISRO This week has been a busy time for robotic explorers at Mars. NASA's MAVEN spacecraft successfully entered orbit on Sunday, September 21. Days later, a second new Mars mission ...Astrobiology Magazine, 1 week ago
First instrument - Mars Colour Camera (MCC) will provide images of the planet's surface features and weather patterns such as dust storms. It will also capture images of the red planet's two moons - PhobosBusiness Standard India, 1 week ago
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