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  • AISSat-1 supported by Kongsberg Satellite Services | Kongsberg Satellite Services
    will be launched from India July 12 2010 From the Svalbard ground Station the worlds largest ground station for data reception from and control of satellites in Polar orbits KSAT will provide real time support to the satellite operator The AIS information from the satellite will also be used in KSAT Maritime Situational Awareness MSA service The service provides near real time oil spill and vessel detection services worldwide For

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  • Kongsberg Satellite Services at ESA Living Planet symposium in Bergen, Norway | Kongsberg Satellite Services
    receiving data from the most important satellites in this program The ESA satellites GOCE SMOS Envisat ERS and Cryosat are all communication with KSAT Svalbard Ground station This station is the worlds largest ground station for operation of polar orbiting satellites More than 9000 contacts are made every month from KSATs installations at Svalbard in Tromsø Grimstad and in Antarctica The Norwegian Minister for Trade and Industry Mr Trond Giske

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  • Kongsberg Satellite Services plays an important role in the Norwegian Living Planet | Kongsberg Satellite Services
    important role in the Norwegian Living Planet The brochure prepared for the ESA living Planet Symposium is an excellent overview of the Norwegian Earth Observation Industry and research activities Kongsberg Satelllite Services KSAT plays an important role in several of the ongoing projects in addition to its role as the leading operator of Earth Observation Satellites View the attached PDF files and see for yourselves Tags living planet Previous Next

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  • KSAT to provide TanDEM-X LEOP support from Pole to Pole | Kongsberg Satellite Services
    support The KSAT Pole to Pole concept includes the best located ground stations available on the market SvalSat at 78 degrees North and TrollSat Antarctica at 72 degrees south These ground stations will provide DLR with possibilities to contact with the satellite every 45 minutes during the LEOP campaign a unique capability that will assure to DLR a successful LEOP KSAT has also signed a frame agreement with DLR and

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  • Strategic Partnership between BLOM ASA and Kongsberg Satellite Services AS | Kongsberg Satellite Services
    shall Explore opportunities in Rapid response applications to make use of KSAT s unique access to Satellite imagery and Blom s resources within data libraries and geoserver capabilities Explore opportunities in making use of Blom s extensive production capabilities to do value added processing of satellite data The services will be offered to public and private users world wide For further information please contact Dirk Blaauw CEO Blom ASA at tel 47 22 13 19 20 or email dirk blaauw blomasa com Rolf Skatteboe President Kongsberg Satellite Services at tel 47 911 98 985 or email rolf skatteboe ksat no About BLOM Blom is a leading European service provider within acquisition processing and modeling of geographic information Blom maintains unique European databases with collections of map images and models With particular focus on online services Blom provides data and solutions to customers in government enterprise and consumer markets and enables partners to create applications using Blom s databases location based services and navigation solution Blom has more than 1 200 employees and subsidiaries in 13 countries The company headquarter is located in Oslo Norway Blom is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange ticker BLO For more information visit www blomasa

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  • KSAT successfully supports the launch of TanDEM-X from its pole-to-pole set of station in Antarctica and in Svalbard Arctic | Kongsberg Satellite Services
    at 04 14 Central European Summer Time CEST at 08 14 local time from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan Atop a Russian Dnepr rocket the satellite weighing more than 1 3 tons and five metres in length started its journey into orbit At 4 45 CEST first signal was received via Troll ground station in the Antarctic The Launch and Early Operations LEOP campaign was a 100 success and nominal

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  • Gigantisk oljeflak i Mexicogulfen | Kongsberg Satellite Services
    Mexicogulfen Gigantisk oljeflak oppdaget i Mexicogulfen etter at oljeplattformen The Deepwater Horizon eksploderte og sank torsdag 22 april Envisat Wide Swath fra 26 04 2010 kl 15 58 38 Copyright ESA Tags mexico olje deepwater horizon Previous Next 29 04

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  • KSAT successfully supports the launch of Cryosat-2 from its pole-to-pole set of station in Antarctica and in Svalbard Arctic | Kongsberg Satellite Services
    than 9100 satellite contacts were made from KSATs satellite tracking sites around the globe Copyright both images European Space Agency ESA The ESA web page has the following background about CryoSat 2 N 7 2010 Successful launch for ESA s CryoSat 2 ice satellite 8 April 2010 Europe s first mission dedicated to studying the Earth s ice was launched today from Kazakhstan From its polar orbit CryoSat 2 will send back data leading to new insights into how ice is responding to climate change and the role it plays in our Earth system The CryoSat 2 satellite was launched at 15 57 CEST 13 57 UTC on a Dnepr rocket provided by the International Space Company Kosmotras from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan The signal confirming that it had separated from the launcher came 17 minutes later from the Malindi ground station in Kenya CryoSat 2 replaces the original CryoSat satellite that was lost in 2005 owing to a launch failure The mission objectives however remain the same to measure changes in the thickness of the vast ice sheets that overlie Antarctica and Greenland as well as variations in the thickness of the relatively thin ice floating in the polar oceans We know from our radar satellites that sea ice extent is diminishing but there is still an urgent need to understand how the volume of ice is changing said Volker Liebig ESA s Director of Earth Observation Programmes To make these calculations scientists also need information on ice thickness which is exactly what our new CryoSat satellite will provide We are now very much looking forward to receiving the first data from the mission The launch of CryoSat 2 marks a significant achievement for ESA s Earth observation programme and brings to three the number of its Earth

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