Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin A 2009 photo of three beaked whales in the Nemuro Strait, Japan with the dark color and short body length characteristic of the newly identified black Baird’s beaked whale. Hal Sato For years, whalers in Hokkaido, Japan have described sitings of an unidentified whale, locally referred
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Sometimes, even when you’re No. 1, it pays to follow another’s lead. A case in point is the French Government’s recent announcement to develop bodyguard spacecraft to protect its satellites against Russian and Chinese robotic spacecraft capable of rendezvous and proximity operations (RPO). These spacecraft can repair and refuel satellites and remove space debris but
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Hurricane Dorian, as seen from the International Space Station on Sept. 2, 2019. Spire uses radio occultation profiles to attempt to augment the accuracy of weather forecasts. NASA As the Atlantic region deals with the effects and aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, space-to-cloud-analytics company Spire Global outlined its work to increase the accuracy of weather and
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Multiculturalism and globalization have helped drive immigration and growth to major hubs, but in some cases, it has also caused brain-drain and damaged the economies of immigrants’ home nations. The Caribbean has experienced widespread immigration and boasts a large diaspora worldwide relative to its population .  Jamaica, which is home to 2.9 million people is
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WASHINGTON — After a difficult year that saw its stock price plummet and the future of its geostationary satellite business questioned, the head of Maxar Technologies says he’s optimistic about the future of both that satellite business and the overall company. Speaking at the G.research Aerospace & Defense Conference Sept. 5 in New York, Dan
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