The Expo 2020 Dubai Space Week aims to probe the benefits, solutions, and challenges of exploring beyond our country’s orbit.
Women-experts from the marine and space science sectors discussed how space technology is utilized for ocean research, protection and management efforts.
These CubeSats are designed to demonstrate nanosatellite-based remote data collection systems and optical imaging.
The proposal aims to help solve the problem of plastic pollution.
The initiative showcases satellite images of Philippine land and water features, homegrown space imaging capabilities and earth observation techniques.
Editor’s note: This story was published in whole with permission from the Philippine Space Agency. Original story appears here. The Philippine Space Agency (PhilSA) and the United Arab Emirates Space Agency (UAESA) held a bilateral meeting on the occasion of the 47th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between the Philippines and the UAE…
One of the PhilSA’s current initiatives is to understand the ecological and economical functions of the WPS, a region that comprises ~40% of the whole maritime domain of the country.
1 in 3 Filipino children is stunted and the Philippines ranks 9th in the world for having the most stunted children or those who are shorter in height for their age.
The Philippines is gearing up for its next generation of satellites and eyes launching new Earth Observation satellite in space by 2023.