Tag Archives: GHGSat

First Carbon Dioxide Commercial Satellite by GHGSat set to Launch this Year

GHGSat satellites

Montreal-based GHGSat plans to launch the world's commercial satellite focused on carbon dioxide (CO2) monitoring later this year; launch provider and timing will be announced in the coming months. This page is for subscribers only. Already a subscriber? Log in. Fact-driven space news, columns, business, policy, technology and more. Support independent journalism. SUBSCRIBE TODAY

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Earth Observation Satellite Market About to Boom

Space-based Earth Observation

OTTAWA - The Earth observation satellite services market is about to boom, but more needs to be done to help Canadian companies get a share of this prosperity. That was the takeaway from the Space Bound 2022 conference session, “Industry Perspectives On The Critical Role And Growing Market For Earth Observation.” The conference was hosted by Space Canada October17-19, 2022 at Ottawa’s Bayview Yards. This …

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NASA Issues Blanket Purchase Agreement for GHGSat Data

GHGSat-C3 (“Luca”), C4 (“Penny”), and C5 (“Diako”) microsatellites

Showing its faith in GHGSat's data, NASA has awarded the company a fixed-price blanket purchase agreement over a five year period. This page is for subscribers only. Already a subscriber? Log in. Fact-driven space news, columns, business, policy, technology and more. Support independent journalism. SUBSCRIBE TODAY

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Spire Global Satellites Will Host Three GHGSat Payloads

Spire Global 16U satellite platform

GHGSat has signed a deal with Spire Global to host at least three methane-tracking payloads. The deal, announced at the World Satellite Business Week, will have GHGSat move away (at least partially) from their previous strategy of owning their own satellites, and shift towards putting payloads onto Spire satellites. Spire will be launching three 16U satellites in 2023 that will each carry one of GHGSat’s payloads.

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