Tag Archives: NASA

The search for Flight 370

As the search for missing Malaysian Airways Flight 370 approaches it’s 5th week, the reliance of Geospatial technology and the skills to analyse large volumes of data are becoming increasingly clear. In this post we will look at some of … Continue reading

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Curiosity

  This morning NASA successfully landed a probe on Mars. After a 9 month journey, the final 7 minutes of the trip were set to be the most risky, but the probe landed safely and has started transmitting data back … Continue reading

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The Venus Transit – NASA Video

Well i was up in time to find the skies above Scotland giving it the full 8 Octas this morning.  So no transit viewing for me and I am unlikely to see it again given that we will have to … Continue reading

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Europe’s cold snap visualised

You might have noticed that Europe is currently experiencing colder than normal temperatures.  Freak snow storms in southern Italy and Tripoli point at things being quite unusual.  Scores of people have died as a result of exposure with the homeless … Continue reading

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UK’s Cold snap visualised

Anyone who has had the misfortune of chatting to me since the cold winter of 2009-10 may remember me going on and on about how this was all to do with something called the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO).  Well, my … Continue reading

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