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The first satellite with AI onboard is now in orbit, and its tech could completely change how we respond to wildfires

On Oct 25, 2020
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PhiSat-1's on-board AI can delete photos of Earth it thinks are too cloudy — and its tech could eventually change how we respond to disasters.

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On Oct 25, 2020
@EvanKirstel shared
RT @EvanKirstel: 🛰 The first satellite with #AI onboard is now in orbit, and its tech could completely change how we respond to #wildfires ⁦@DougonIPComm⁩ https://t.co/Acn5hfp0Ax
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The first satellite with AI onboard is now in orbit, and its tech could completely change how we respond to wildfires

The first satellite with AI onboard is now in orbit, and its tech could completely change how we respond to wildfires

PhiSat-1's on-board AI can delete photos of Earth it thinks are too cloudy — and its tech could eventually change how we respond to disasters.

Researchers seek to address space debris, a dire threat to satellites, space travel

Researchers seek to address space debris, a dire threat to satellites, space travel

Debris orbit the Earth at speeds up to 17,500 miles per hour, significantly faster than a bullet leaves a gun. If not controlled the space trash could make satellite operation and space ...

Sustainable Space: Utopian Dream or Reality?

Sustainable Space: Utopian Dream or Reality?

“The concern is whether all of these industries and technologies are regulated in a way that’s beneficial to both the organization and everyone else,” says Krystal Wilson, director of space ...

No one has yet been killed by re-entering space junk

No one has yet been killed by re-entering space junk

Engineers are working hard to keep it that way

Winning ideas for new space transport services

Winning ideas for new space transport services

Imagine moving satellites to higher orbits, collecting space debris, and dedicated launches for small satellites. These are the winning entries of ESA’s call for ideas on new commercial ...

Europe’s space startups going after Elon Musk’s SpaceX

Europe’s space startups going after Elon Musk’s SpaceX

Elon Musk's Space X is transforming the space industry. But which European tech companies are catching up? Who is challenging Musk's space empire?

The costly collateral damage from Elon Musk’s Starlink satellite fleet

The costly collateral damage from Elon Musk’s Starlink satellite fleet

A colossal chess game of immense consequences is being fought in outer space, right now. On March 18 and April 22 2020, two rockets from SpaceX, owned by billionaire Elon Musk, each put ...

SpaceX Refused To Move A Starlink Satellite At Risk Of Collision With A European Satellite

SpaceX Refused To Move A Starlink Satellite At Risk Of Collision With A European Satellite

The European Space Agency (ESA) says one of its satellites was forced to avoid a satellite from SpaceX’s Starlink constellation, raising concerns about the impact of Starlink on low Earth ...

Denali’s Near Miss and the Growing Problem of Space Debris

Denali’s Near Miss and the Growing Problem of Space Debris

On January 27th, 2019, early Sunday morning, we were notified of a potential collision probability with another satellite traveling towards our pathfinder craft, Denali. We had received ...

How blockchain is powering the new space race

How blockchain is powering the new space race

Blockchain technology is slipping the surly bonds of Earth to track space debris and tokenize space. To the Moon (and beyond)!

Satellite operators have increased the amount of C-band spectrum they will offer to terrestrial 5G operators.

Satellite operators have increased the amount of C-band spectrum they will offer to terrestrial 5G operators.

[SpaceNews] The acting director of the Pentagon's Space Development Agency now has the job on a permanent basis. [SpaceNews] Virgin Galactic began trading as a public company Monday on the ...

HyperScout 2, the world’s first hyperspectral and thermal camera with onboard artificial intelligence, is in space

HyperScout 2, the world’s first hyperspectral and thermal camera with onboard artificial intelligence, is in space

HyperScout 2, the world’s first hyperspectral and thermal camera with onboard artificial intelligence, is in space - SpaceRef

The costly collateral damage from Elon Musk's Starlink satellite fleet

The costly collateral damage from Elon Musk's Starlink satellite fleet

A colossal chess game of immense consequences is being fought in outer space, right now. On March 18 and April 22 2020, two rockets from SpaceX, owned by billionaire Elon Musk, each put 60 ...

National In-Orbit Servicing Control Facility to be built in UK to help remove space debris

National In-Orbit Servicing Control Facility to be built in UK to help remove space debris

Astroscale Ltd, the UK branch of Astroscale Pte Ltd (Astroscale), a growing international company with a mission to secure long-term spaceflight safety by removing orbital debris, is ...

Cluster of international satellites ready for ride into orbit on Vega rocket

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Debuting a two-tier structure designed to accommodate dozens of small satellites on a single mission, an Italian-made Vega rocket is set for liftoff Saturday night from the northeastern ...

Stanford develops an AI navigation system for a future satellite ‘tow truck’

Stanford develops an AI navigation system for a future satellite ‘tow truck’

Stanford researchers are developing an AI-powered navigation system to direct spaceborne ‘tow trucks’ designed to restart or remove derelict satellites circling aimlessly in graveyard ...

Space debris threatening to destroy the ISS and make low-Earth orbit 'too perilous for humans' will be tracked with the help of £1million funding from the UK government

Space debris threatening to destroy the ISS and make low-Earth orbit 'too perilous for humans' will be tracked with the help of £1million funding from the UK government

Astronomers are concerned that high-value craft in low-Earth orbit, such as the International Space Station (ISS), could be destroyed by a rogue piece of debris.