The Megha-Tropiques satellite mission contributes in understanding climate change and similar environmental activities, especially those associated with the atmospheric water (both vapour and liquid), clouds, rainfall and the latent heat The ... Geospatial Today Journal, 2 weeks ago
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IIT-Kanpur . The three-kg student satellite was launched on October 12, 2011, along with SRMSat of SRM University in Chennai and VesselSat-1 of Luxembourg. The main satellite was the Indo-French Megha-Tropiques. Speaking to TOI from Kanpur on Friday ...Calcutta News.Net, 1 month ago
It is wonderful to see how the relationship between NASA and ISRO has grown and evolved, the agreements we have signed since this group last convened, and the great promise our relationship holds for the future, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden ...Geospatial Today Journal, 1 month ago India's remote sensing programme makes new advances Observer India, 1 month ago Charles Bolden, NASA Administrator, U.S. India Civil Space J. . . Equities.com, 2 months ago NASA, ISRO relationship hol... Siasat Daily, 2 months ago
Voluminous data from the Indian remote sensing satellites has benefited millions of farmers and fishermen in achieving higher productivity and making optimal utilisation of resources, a senior space scientist said Saturday. "Studies by the premier ...ProKerala.com, 2 months ago Bangalore: Remote sensing data benefits Indian farmers, fishermen: Scientist Mangalorean, 2 months ago `Remote sensing data benefits Indian farmers, fishermen` ZeeNews.com, 2 months ago India has largest fleet of remote sensing satellites Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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As sea levels are on the rise in the Indian Ocean, an Indo-French satellite "SARAL" to be launched on Monday from Sriharikota, will keep an eye on the vulnerable points along the coasts and islands. The payload carries instruments not only to measure the rise ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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