Space Products and Services

Governance, Education, and Infrastructure

Nipping Fleet Problems in the Bud with GPS

Satellite GPS tracking data is helping to recover stolen automobiles and increase employee accountability. General Motors has installed a Stolen Vehicle Slowdown capability in 1.7 million of its new vehicles…

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Benefiting the GLOBE By Working Together

Since 1995, NASA, the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) have operated the Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE)…

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Student Experiments On Board the ISS

More than 31 million students have participated in ISS-related educational demonstrations and more than 1 million students have conducted experiments linked to the space station. That number will grow even…

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Tele-education Using PAKSAT

Many countries use satellite technology for education. With the August 2011 launch of the PAKSAT-1R communications satellite, Pakistan has joined this group of nations. The satellite, which provides TV broadcasting,…

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Reconstructing Bicycle Accidents with GPS

Many GPS-enabled applications allow walkers, runners, and cyclists to track the path of their exercise route, providing location, speed and other statistical information. The information collected is usually used for…

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