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Iran test-launches new homegrown satellite launch vehicle
Iran’s Defense Ministry unveiled a new domestically-designed and manufactured satellite launch vehicle capable of putting satellites into an orbit of 500km above the ground.
Satellite data reveals bonds between emissions, pollution, economy
Burning fossil fuels has long powered world economies while contributing to air pollution and the buildup of greenhouse gases.
Iran completes construction of Nahid-2 satellite
Iranian experts have completed the construction of a communications satellite and an orbital transmission system, Head of Iranian Space Agency Morteza Barari announced on Thursday.
European-US sea level tracking satellite sends 1st readings
A newly launched European-US satellite designed to continue a decades-long record of tracking global sea levels has sent back its first measurements, NASA said Thursday.
IRGC: Satellite equipment used in assassination of Iran’s top nuclear scientist
Satellite equipment was used in the assassination of Iran’s top nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, said the spokesman for the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC).
Polar scientists wary of impending satellite gap
There is going to be a gap of several years in our ability to measure the thickness of ice at the top and bottom of the world, scientists are warning.
Defense minister lauds Iran’s achievements in satellite field
Iran's Minister of Defense Brigadier General Amir Hatami said that the country has made great achievements in the fields of satellites and satellite carriers.
Satellite achieves sharp-eyed view of methane
There is a powerful new satellite in the sky to monitor emissions of methane (CH4), one of the key gases driving human-induced climate change.
Satellite images reveal spread of Amazon fires amid fears over deforestation in looming dry season
Satellite images of Brazil's Amazon rainforest in June show thousands of fires raging as dry season approaches, with conservationists warning that the region could be on track for a repeat of last year’s devastating blazes.
Red pandas tracked by satellite in conservation 'milestone'
Conservationists are satellite tracking red pandas in the mountains of Nepal to find out more about the factors that are driving them towards extinction.
Russia defends Iran satellite launch against US opposition
Russia defended Iran’s right to launch a satellite, dismissing US claims that Tehran was defying the UN Resolution 2231 endorsing the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and six major powers by sending it into space.
Can we save the night sky from satellite streaks?
As much of the world has slowed down amid COVID-19, the same cannot be said for the burgeoning small satellite broadband industry. In recent weeks, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk announced he hopes to move the company’s Starlink broadband service to public beta in about six months. And that very same day, the Federal Communications Commission unanimously approved new rules for preventing orbital debris and collisions in space (those rules have been revised so as to not hamper NASA, but they still require more analysis, tracking, and disclosure from satellite companies).
Russia criticizes US ‘hypocrisy’ about Iran satellite launch
Russia’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations has slammed Washington’s “hypocrisy” for condemning Iran’s recent launch of a satellite citing UN Security Council resolution 2231.
Dramatic satellite footage shows 'notable drop' in air pollution over Italy
Dramatic footage from the European Space Agency (ESA) Copernicus satellite reveals a 'notable drop' in air pollution over Italy after the coronavirus lockdown.

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