TAG: weather forecasting

One of Spire's Satellite Manufacturing Technicians (Tomasz Chanusiak) tests the Radio Frequency capabilities of a LEMUR2 nanosatellite in Spire's cleanroom in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo: ESA)

ESA’s Pioneer mission sends GNSS-RO nanosatellites into orbit

December 3, 2018

Once the deployment module on the Orbital ATK Pegasus XL launch vehicle reaches its final altitude of approximately 510 kilometers above the Earth’s surface, the eight CYGNSS microsatellite observatories will be deployed in opposing pairs over a two minute period. (Image credit: University of Michigan)

NASA launches micro satellites with GNSS receivers for remote weather sensing

December 15, 2016

24 hours of data from 12 PlanetiQ satellites = ~34,000 occultations/day.

PlanetiQ signs weather satellite launch contract with India’s Antrix

December 3, 2015

Image: GPS World

PlanetiQ Selects Blue Canyon to Build Weather Satellites

June 25, 2015

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PlanetiQ Introduces New Pyxis GPS Sensor (PRNewsFoto/PlanetiQ)

PlanetiQ’s New Pyxis GPS Sensor Tested for Weather Forecasts

June 3, 2015

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Figure credit: PlanetiQ.

PlanetiQ Plans GNSS Weather Constellation

February 10, 2015

Figure 3. The 21 GPS stations in the project area in the mountainous canton of Valais (see also Figure 2) used during the measurement campaign in July 2005. The stations’ altitudes vary between 527 meters (SION) and 3119 meters (ZER2).

Innovation: Better Weather Prediction Using GPS

July 1, 2010

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photo: Kristine Larson

On the Edge: Multipath Measures Snow Depth

November 1, 2009