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Busek Ships First LEO to GEO Capable Electric Propulsion System

Daily Times Chronicle 23 Feb 2021
... with the capability of raising small satellites from low earth orbit (LEO) to geosynchronous orbit (GEO) and beyond ... View original content to download multimedia.http.//www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/busek-ships-first-leo-to-geo-capable-electric-propulsion-system-301233334.html.
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Coming of Age

The Maritime Executive 17 Feb 2021
Mandated for ships internationally by SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea Convention), the new distress-call part of satellite services has crossed over from regulatory review and predictions to being an actual mature service for the entire world ... Alerts will be sent to nearby ships by both text and voice.
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E2open's Quarterly Technology Release Delivers Consistent Improvement Across All Application Suites

The Marshall News Messenger 17 Feb 2021
This release added the ability for users to extract, publish, manipulate and save TMS data in a personal workspace for greater efficiency, productivity and improved user experience.Enhanced ocean geo-positioning capabilities with new data feeds for all active container ...
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1 in 5 deaths caused by fossil fuel air pollution worldwide, new study says

Korea Times 16 Feb 2021
To model the concentrations of PM2.5 ― airborne particulate matter with a diameter of 2.5 micrometers or less ― generated by fossil fuel combustion, the researchers plugged into GEOS-Chem estimates of emissions from multiple sectors, such as the power, industry, ships, aircraft ...
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Air pollution caused 1 out of 5 deaths in 2018 — that’s more than 8 ...

Hastings Tribune 11 Feb 2021
Microscopic, and sometimes larger, particles of soot, smoke and dust that spew out of gas-guzzling factories, ships, cars and aircraft are responsible for 18% of total global deaths in 2018 — that equals more than 8 million people, a new study found ... This model, called GEOS-Chem, ...
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Air pollution caused 1 out of 5 deaths in 2018—that's more than 8 million, study says

Phys Dot Org 11 Feb 2021
Microscopic, and sometimes larger, particles of soot, smoke and dust that spew out of gas-guzzling factories, ships, cars and aircraft are responsible for 18% of total global deaths in 2018—that equals more than 8 million people, a new study found ... This model, called GEOS-Chem, ...
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PM2.5 From Fossil Fuels Killing Way More People Than Previously Thought

Treehugger 09 Feb 2021
"To model PM2.5 generated by fossil fuel combustion, the researchers plugged into GEOS-Chem estimates of emissions from multiple sectors, including power, industry, ships, aircraft and ground transportation and simulated detailed oxidant-aerosol chemistry driven by meteorology from the NASA Global Modeling and Assimilation Office.
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Deaths from fossil fuel emissions higher than previously thought

Indian Express 09 Feb 2021
To model PM2.5 generated by fossil fuel combustion, the researchers plugged into GEOS-Chem estimates of emissions from multiple sectors, including power, industry, ships, aircraft and ground transportation and simulated detailed oxidant-aerosol chemistry driven by meteorology from the NASA Global Modeling and Assimilation Office.
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Pompeo in India for talks on China 'threats'

Straits Times 27 Oct 2020
The world's two biggest democracies are expected to sign an agreement on sharing geo-spatial intelligence, paving the way for the United States to ship sophisticated missile technology, officials said. Esper will also be discussing ways to increase cooperation between the two countries' military forces ... More on this topic. � ....
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Pompeo in India to discuss China’s threats

Manila Standard Today 26 Oct 2020
The world’s two biggest democracies are expected to sign an agreement on sharing geo-spatial intelligence, paving the way for the United States to ship sophisticated missile technology, officials said. Esper will also be discussing ways to increase cooperation between the two countries’ military forces ... .
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Mike Pompeo in India for talks on China 'threats'Pompeo will go on from India to ...

Deccan Herald 26 Oct 2020
The world's two biggest democracies are expected to sign an agreement on sharing geo-spatial intelligence, paving the way for the United States to ship sophisticated missile technology, officials said. Esper will also be discussing ways to increase cooperation between the two countries' military forces ... India. China. USA. Mike Pompeo. Mark Esper ... ....
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HAZWOPER safety certification helps UTRGV students stand out as job candidates

The Brownsville Herald 03 Oct 2020
By Maria Elena Hernandez, UTRGV Staff ... “They love it. They are excited,” said Dr ... “Land and water are our priority in our environment ... B,ut UTRGV SHIP-GEO a National Science Foundation-funded project aiming to attract more Hispanics into the geosciences, works with the Prevention, Preparedness, And Response Academy to provide career training ... ....
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