A Canadian division of a U.S. company is playing a keystone role in a NASA-French led satellite mission.
California-based Communications & Power Industries Inc. (CPI), which has an office in Georgetown, Ont., supplied a crucial part of the wide-swath radar instrument that will fly aboard the Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) satellite slated for launch early on Friday (Dec. 16).
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