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  • Arctic Light | Kongsberg Satellite Services
    January the sun is under the horizon in the northern part of Norway But even without direct sun the lighting during these months is often spectacular such as in this image taken outside Tromsø in the beginning of December 2011

    Original URL path: http://ksat.no/node/553 (2015-05-11)
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  • The transit of Venus across the face of the sun. | Kongsberg Satellite Services
    the face of the sun On June 5 6 2012 NASA s Solar Dynamics Observatory or SDO collected images of one of the rarest predictable solar events the transit of Venus across the face of the sun This event happens in pairs eight years apart that are separated from each other by 105 or 121 years The last transit was in 2004 and the next will not happen until 2117

    Original URL path: http://ksat.no/node/454 (2015-05-11)
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  • KSAT aglow with the holiday spirit | Kongsberg Satellite Services
    Vacancies About us Contact us KSAT aglow with the holiday spirit KSAT aglow with the holiday spirit Copyright KSAT Kongsberg Satellite Services Photo Hugo Isaksen 12 12 2012 More images

    Original URL path: http://ksat.no/node/531 (2015-05-11)
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  • The Juruá River snaking through the Amazon rainforest | Kongsberg Satellite Services
    from the Envisat satellite shows how the Juruá River snakes its way through the Amazon rainforest in the western Brazil The Juruá is one of the longest tributaries of the Amazon River This image is a compilation of three images Envisat radar aquired on the 2 January 1 february and 3 March 2012 The individual images are each assigned a colour red green and blue and when combined reveal changes

    Original URL path: http://ksat.no/node/450 (2015-05-11)
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  • Rainbow at SvalSat | Kongsberg Satellite Services
    News Vacancies About us Contact us Rainbow at SvalSat This spectacular image of the Rainbow was taken today by the Station Manager at KSAT s satellite station in Svalbard SvalSat Copyright KSAT Sten Christian Pedersen 31 08 2012 More images

    Original URL path: http://ksat.no/node/486 (2015-05-11)
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  • Antarctic Valentines Heart | Kongsberg Satellite Services
    gained its modern romantic connotations several centuries later By the 15th century it had evolved into an occasion for the expression of love through the exchange of greeting cards known as valentines The most prominent of modern Valentine s Day symbols is the heart shaped outline Here we see Planet Earth s frosty love for Antarctica as captured by on Valentine s Day this year RADARSAT 2 captured this image

    Original URL path: http://ksat.no/node/418 (2015-05-11)
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  • Mediterranean currents | Kongsberg Satellite Services
    Track Scanning Radiometer AATRS instrument which measures global sea surface temperature SST to an accurancy of 0 2 C illustrates the complexity of the thermal currents at play in the Southern Mediterranean ouside the coast of Northern Libya The brightest pale blue colour represents the warmest temperatures of approximately 25 C while the darkest blue colour represents cooler temperatures around 21 C Image acquired on 18 September 2007 Credits European

    Original URL path: http://ksat.no/node/463 (2015-05-11)
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  • Northern lights shines above Svalbard | Kongsberg Satellite Services
    North of Norway as the remnants of a powerful solar storm unleashed the most intense display of Aurora Borealis Northern Lights we ve seen in several years The spectacular show also left us excited for things to come as the sun is currently in an active phase of an 11 year solar cycle expected to peak in 2013 This image was taken close to Longyearbyen Svalbard of one of the

    Original URL path: http://ksat.no/node/394 (2015-05-11)
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