26 March 2018

Imagery of the Month (March)


Catoca Diamond Mine, Angola, taken by TeLEOS-1 © ST Electronics 2017 on 05 March 2018.
The Catoca Diamond Mine is located near Saurimo in the Lunda Sul province of Angola. It is the world’s fifth largest diamond mine, containing an estimated 130 million carats (Mct) of diamond reserves. This mine alone accounts for six percent of the world’s diamond production and produced more than 8Mct in 2017. With an expected mining life of thirty years, Catoca mine is expected to reach a maximum of six hundred meters in mining depth by 2034 before reaching its end of life.





28 Feb 2018

Imagery of the Month (February)


Barreira do Inferno Launch Centre, Brazil, taken by TeLEOS-1 © ST Electronics 2018 on 16 January 2018.
Established in 1965, Barreira do Inferno Launch Centre (CLBI) is one of the two launch centres of the Brazilian Space Agency. It supports Alcântara Launch Centre, which is Brazil’s main launch site and operational centre of Brazilian Space Agency. CLBI’s role is to provide tracking for launches from Alcântara Launch Centre and engage in launch tests and experiments by Brazil’s Aeronautics Command.





24 Jan 2018

Imagery of the Month (January)


West Darfur, Sudan, taken by TeLEOS-1 © ST Electronics 2017 on 26 December 2017.
Can you see the “lips” in the middle of the desert of Sudan? This big pair of “lips” is captured from space by our TeLEOS-1 Earth observation satellite. Measuring slightly less than one kilometre in length, the “lips” are the sides of a canyon some forty metres deep. For more stunning TeLEOS-1 imagery from space, you can download our collection of desktop wallpapers at this link: http://www.agilspace.com/pdf/T1_Wallpaper.zip





22 December 2017

Imagery of the Month (December)


Christmas Island, Australian External Territory, taken by TeLEOS-1 © ST Electronics 2017 on 18 February 2017.
Do you know that Singapore once governed Christmas Island in the 1900s? Singapore was then a Crown colony of United Kingdom, and laws of Singapore applied to the Island. Only after World War II did United Kingdom transfer the island’s sovereignty to Australia where it remained as Australian External Territory till today. The Island was discovered on Christmas Day in 1643 and given its name by Captain William Mynors, master of East India Company (EIC) vessel, Royal Mary.





27 November 2017

Imagery of the Month (November)


Vĩnh Tân power station, Bình Thuận, Vietnam, taken by TeLEOS-1 © ST Electronics 2017 on 05 October 2017.
Vĩnh Tân power station is located at the coast of Bình Thuận Province, Vietnam. It comprises four different power plants Vĩnh Tân-1, 2, 3 and 4 arranged from east to west. Currently, only Vĩnh Tân 2 is operational, while 1, 3 and 4 are still under construction. When completed, Vĩnh Tân power station will be the largest in Vietnam, providing electricity for South Central region and Southern provinces.





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