Space and Data

Data Space Uses

Space infrastructure has the space element, which includes the satellites orbiting Earth and the ground elements such as ground receiving stations and data facilities. We use this infrastructure to provide us with data from space that has a variety of uses in our daily lives. Most commonly understood is satellite television where we receive television channels directly to our homes and allow for on the scene reporting such as sports or emergencies.

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Why Space Data Is The New Big Data

Space Data is about to get big. Thanks to the growing sophistication and falling cost of satellites, more businesses than ever are looking to the “final frontier” for insights which can be put to use here on Earth.

That’s the conclusion of a report that has just been published by Sparks & Honey. The trend forecasters surveyed thought leaders from around the globe on what the billions of dollars’ worth of private investment pouring into space projects would mean for industry on this planet.

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CLIP – A Day Without Space

Published on Apr 18, 2010

What would happen if we lost the use of satellites? A very cool animation based on a study in which collaborated US Air Force Space Command experts, NASA scientists and professors at the Washington University.
Data Space Uses

Data Space Uses

Data Space Uses   Space infrastructure has the space element, which includes the satellites orbiting Earth and the ground elements such as ground receiving stations and data facilities. We use this infrastructure to provide us with data from space that has a...

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The Geo Magnetic Solar Climate Model (GMSC)

The Geo Magnetic Solar Climate Model (GMSC)

The Geo Magnetic Solar Climate Model (GMSC) Much excellent work on themes such as the relationship between space weather and our climate, geological activity and geomagnetism, but scholars that are examining these and other isolated relationships, have not yet fully...

The Disaster Data Service

The Disaster Data Service

Let's work together It will deliver data about disasters as and when they occur, to people throughout the continent of Africa. The application of this service is firstly as an early warning system to prepare potentially affected communities and an efficient data...

Why Space Data Is The New Big Data

Why Space Data Is The New Big Data

Why Space Data Is The New Big Data Space Data is about to get big. Thanks to the growing sophistication and falling cost of satellites, more businesses than ever are looking to the “final frontier” for insights which can be put to use here on Earth. That’s...