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NASA's fleet of satellites has been watching over Earth for more than half a century, collecting valuable data about the crops that make up our food supply and the water it takes to grow them. This wealth of information allows scientists to monitor farmland—tracking the overall food supply, where specific crops are grown, and how much water it takes to grow them with data from the Landsat satellites and others
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In this week's edition of the Earth from Space program, the Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission takes us over part of the Dutch province of Flevoland–the newest province in the Netherlands and one of the largest land reclamation projects in the world.
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Launching Americans from U.S. soil, sending a new rover to Mars and continuing to prepare for human missions to the Moon are just a few of the things NASA has planned for 2020.
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In October 2019, Informed Infrastructure Editorial Director Todd Danielson went to Bentley Systems’ Year In Infrastructure conference in Singapore. While there as an award juror for the Buildings and Campuses category, he was able to interview Greg Bentley and Ray O'Connor, the CEOs of Bentley Systems and Topcon Positioning Systems, respectively, about their companies and the joint venture they launched at the event: Digital Construction Works Incorporated (DCW).
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Earth's global surface temperatures in 2019 ranked second-warmest since 1880, according to independent analyses by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
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The Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over Tromsø, the largest city in northern Norway, in this week's edition of the Earth from Space program.
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What would you do with a powerful computer based in space? At just 30 centimeters in height, OPS-SAT is a tiny CubeSat designed to serve as a large-scale software laboratory in orbit–containing one of the most powerfu...
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New time-lapse videos of Earth’s glaciers and ice sheets as seen from space–spanning nearly 50 years–are providing scientists with new insights into how the planet’s frozen regions are changing.