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GHGSat’s Hugo satellite delivers first results

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GHGSat's Hugo satellite which was launched a week ago has delivered its "first light" data with encouraging results. 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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Record 9 Canadian satellites launched on SpaceX Transporter-1 Mission

Launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket for the Transporter-1 dedicated rideshare mission and includes Canadian satellites from GHGSat and Kepler Communications

For Canadian commercial space companies GHGSat and Kepler Communications, 2021 is off to a good start with nine satellites launched between them which equals the combined total of Canadian satellites launched in the past two years. 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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Using AI in Earth observation requires rapid work and an ethical approach

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Speakers at the AIxSPACE online artificial intelligence (AI) conference Tuesday (Jan. 19) pointed to the need to consider rapid access for users, along with ethical discussions, when using AI and machine learning for Earth observation (EO). 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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New Canadian methane map shows emission trends globally

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The greenhouse gas methane comes under unprecedented scrutiny in a new mapping tool released by Canada's GHGSat today (Oct. 21). 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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Initial data from GHGSat-C1 satellite positive

First results from GHGSat-C1 satellite indicates performance 5 times better than its predecessor

As GHGSat commissions it's recently launched satellite GHGSat-C1 (Iris), early results from a controlled release of a site in Alberta "indicates performance 5 times better than its predecessor" according to the company. 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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GHGSat selects ABB to build satellite sensor payloads

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Just weeks after announcing their US$30 million Series B funding, GHGSat is moving quickly to get its next greenhouse gas emission detection satellites built. Today the company announced it had selected ABB as a supplier. 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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GHGSat releases Iris first light image

GHGSat-C1 Iris satellite built by the Space Flight Lab

Just a couple weeks after the launch of their latest greenhouse gas emissions detection satellite, GHGSat has released the Iris "first light" data showing a large plume in Turkmenistan. Also this past week, the company was named the Company of the Year by the Alberta based industry group TECTERRA. This page is for subscribers only. Already a subscriber? Log in. Fact-driven space news, columns, business, …

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GHGSat to build new satellites with US$30 million Series B funding

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It took over a year for GHGSat to finally get its second satellite GHGSat-C1 launched on September 2nd. Now, with that success behind them, and with its third satellite scheduled to launch in December, GHGSat has new funding that will allow it fo build three more satellites and an emissions sensor to be used on aircraft. This page is for subscribers only. Already a subscriber? …

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