More Prospects for Renewable Energy in Missouri

Renewable energy is increasing its hold in the American market. According to reports, the industry is gradually setting itself as a significant part of the economy. The Ameren Corporation subsidiary, America Missouri, recently grounded a 300-megawatt (MW) renewable energy project slated in the North-western part of Missouri. This development stands as the best case of a renewed acquisition of its […]

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With East, West and the Center satellites, NOAA suggests potential geostationary constellations

The National Satellite, Data and Information Service of NOAA propose that 3 satellites in the satellite constellation that will adopt the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite R Series (GOES-R) fly over the United States. In addition, NOAA proposes positioning the third spaceship over the center of the U.S. to run satellites in orbits close to those of […]

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Recent financing for revolutionary space technologies to help solve challenges on Earth

New initiatives receiving government funds include space technologies to make buildings more effective, reduce ship carbon emissions, and help conserve historical sites. The government is offering a cash infusion through the United Kingdom Space Agency for five initiatives expressly planned to bring UK industry experience together with the universities to help develop space solutions to global […]

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