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20 December 2017

Example Of GOCI Images

Example of GOCI images for monitoring of turbidity. GOCI-II is planned to be launched in 2019 and will continue GOCI mission

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19 December 2017

PAZ Satellite

PAZ satellite moments before being loaded into its container

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12 December 2017

Artist View GRACE FO InSpace

Artist View GRACE FO In Space

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12 December 2017

Grace-FO satellites - Loading into Airplane

Grace-FO satellites - Loading into Airplane

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29 November 2017

Meteosat Satellite

In order to maintain its stable position, Meteosat spins at 100 rpm around its main axis.

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29 November 2017

MetOpA1

The MetOps in orbit (artist’s vision)

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29 November 2017

Meteosat-1

Meteosat-1 was launched into space on 23 November 1977 and sent this first image on 9 December 1977.

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27 November 2017

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Princes' Park of Paris, France Pleiades Satellite Imagery

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27 November 2017

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Fidji Spot 7 Satellite Imagery

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27 November 2017

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Strait of Gibraltar TerraSAR-X satellite Imagery

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24 November 2017

Meteosat Satellite Copyright ESA

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21 November 2017

PAZ Artist View Copyright Airbus2017

Satellite PAZ Artist View

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21 November 2017

PAZ Satellite Copyright Airbus2017

Satellite PAZ

Grace-Fo-satellites Airbus / Mathias Pikelj
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09 November 2017

Grace-Fo-satellites

The Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Follow-on (GRACE-FO) mission is a partnership between NASA and the German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ). GRACE-FO is a successor to the original GRACE mission, which began orbiting Earth on March 17, 2002. GRACE-FO will carry on the extremely successful work of its predecessor while testing a new technology designed to dramatically improve the already remarkable precision of its measurement system. The GRACE missions measure variations in gravity over Earth's surface, producing a new map of the gravity field every 30 days. Thus, GRACE shows how the planet's gravity differs not only from one location to another, but also from one period of time to another. Airbus Defence and Space (Friedrichshafen/Germany) is the industrial prime contractor to build the satellites.

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06 November 2017

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06 November 2017

Airbus Defence And Space Engineer Perusat 1 Training 382x254

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06 November 2017

Airbus Defence And Space Capacity Building Ground Segments

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26 October 2017

GOCI II Instrument

GOCI-II sensor unit, inside on-ground supporting structure, with electronics

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06 September 2017

Pleiades Neo Satellite

Pleiades Neo Satellite

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30 August 2017

Sentinel 5 Precursor in Orbit - Artist view

Airbus-built Sentinel-5P satellite will be launched to complete the European Copernicus programme

Airbus-built Sentinel-5P satellite leaving Stevenage facility © Max Alexander 2017; Please credit Max Alexander/Airbus
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29 August 2017

Airbus-built Sentinel-5P satellite leaving Stevenage facility

Airbus-built Sentinel-5P satellite left Airbus Stevenage facility to reach its launch site

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31 July 2017

GRACE-FO satellites' dispenser under testing

Airbus successfully tests Dispenser Structure for GRACE-FO satellites in its clean room in Friedrichshafen

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