“Satellite” in the news
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· What Investors Can Learn From Sears And J. C. Penney →
Unlike the aforementioned old school content providers, broadcast radio still isn't doing anything substantive to compete in a world where satellite and streaming rule.
· Today in Korean history →
1999 -- A South Korean-made satellite, KITSAT-3, is successfully launched into orbit from the Sriharikota Range in Madras, India.
· Rival parties bracing for launch of new National Assembly term →
Also this week, the UFP and its satellite organization, the Future Korea Party, created as part of an election strategy, plan to merge so that they can control a combined 103 parliamentary seats against the ruling party's 177 majority.
The New York Times
· Aston Martin's James Bond Car Comes to Life →
“The ‘radar’ screen uses modern-day satellite navigation mapping to show, as a blinking point of light in the center of the screen, the position of the car at any given time,” Mr. Spires said.
· Myanmar army accused of new atrocities in attack on Rakhine village →
However, satellite imagery provided by Planet Labs Inc and analysed by Human Rights Watch confirms about 140 buildings were affected by fire in Tin Ma, probably on the dates described.
· Western Australia storm: 50,000 homes without power as state battered by wild weather →
An impressive sight on satellite this afternoon, a significant weather system is on the doorstep on western #WA plus early signs of a low pressure system forming well off the Lower West coast.
· With ‘Four More Shots Please!,’ India gets its own ‘Sex and the City’ →
For decades, both Indian satellite TV and Bollywood, the Hindi filmmaking sector, served as mirrors of society, mostly reflecting the broader political and social norms of upper-caste Hindus.
· Rocketman (and woman): Elon and Gwynne, the pair who made SpaceX →
For an operator, launching a satellite on a Falcon 9 costs half as much as on an Ariane 5, according to Phil Smith, an analyst at Bryce Tech.
· (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on May 25) →
But the party's reluctance however may well be an admission of insufficient screening of proportional representation seat candidates ― even if they were done by the former satellite party Civil Together ― for the April 15 general election.
· Starwatch: the moon pays a spring visit to Virgo →
This week our satellite passes close to Spica, the constellation’s only bright star