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Going DARC for space domain awareness.

AUKUS announces DARC. NICFI and the Bezos Earth Fund to provide free access to satellite data. UK climate satellite mission selects two providers. And more.




The United States, United Kingdom and Australia (AUKUS) announce a trilateral initiative called the Deep Space Advanced Radar Capability (DARC) following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding in September. Norway’s International Climate and Forest Initiative- known as NICFI- and the Bezos Earth Fund have announced a new partnership to continue providing the world with free access to high-resolution satellite data to support efforts to stop the destruction of the world’s rainforests. Airbus UK has been awarded nearly £95 million and Teledyne e2v £9 million, through the UK Space Agency’s membership of the European Space Agency, to deliver the next phase of the TRUTHS mission, and more.

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Selected Reading

US, UK, Australia announce trilateral Deep Space Advanced Radar Capability initiative > United States Space Force > Article Display

COP28/Dubai: NICFI and Bezos Earth Fund to provide free satellite images

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