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RADARSATRadar Satellite
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Television news most likely will not enjoy the immediate turnaround for high-resolution imagery that spot news reports require, even though Radarsat International and an experimental European program can deliver four- to six-hour turnaround times between acquisition of an image and delivery to a customer.
According to CSA's Larry Cochran, "We first looked at a build-from-scratch approach and saw that we simply didn't have enough time or money to invent a solution to the generic planning problem and then make it work for RADARSAT. We felt that there must be some tools out there that would provide a framework for developing the mission-planning program."
L'analyse statistique d'une serie temporelle (2001-2010) d'images SAR acquises a partir du satellite europeen de teledetection (ERS-2) et du satellite canadien RADARSAT ainsi que des ecoulements mesures a ete effectuee dans le cadre de cette etude.
The question also remains of whether or not the sale to ATK will have implications for Canadian access to Radarsat images.
The Canadian Space Agency (CSA), Canadian politicians and the corporations behind RADARSAT have proudly extolled its benefits to humanity and the environment.
The Modified Antarctic Mapping Mission (MASS) used RadarSAT, a synthetic aperture radar (SAR) satellite operated by the Canadian Space Agency, to gather interferometry information covering the Antarctic continent from September to December 2000.
The modified equipment will be deployed by NASA as a participant in the Canadian government's Radarsat microwave radar earth imaging program and will be used to receive microwave radar image data from polar orbiting satellites.
The RADARSAT Constellation Mission (RCM) is a 2018 space launch mission that will consist of a three-spacecraft fleet of Earth observation satellites.