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24 Jan: GHGSat Satellite ‘’Hugo’’-Rideshare Launch with SpaceX a Success

GHGSat-C2 (“Hugo”) successfully separated from SpaceX rocket Follows launch of GHGSat’s second satellite, “Iris” on September 2nd, 2020 Hugo is…

29 Oct: Emission Detection Reaches New Heights with Iris

GHGSat, the global leader in high-resolution greenhouse gas monitoring from space, continues to improve performance. GHGSat-C1 (“Iris“) has measured smaller…

21 Oct: GHGSat launches PULSE – a free and unique high-resolution methane map

PULSE combines data from GHGSat and multiple sources to quantify methane concentrations worldwide at Free and updated weekly with…

In the Media

New York Times

November 11, 2020: New Technology Claims to Pinpoint Even Small Methane Leaks From Space

Amid growing alarm about methane’s role in driving global warming, a Canadian firm has begun selling a service to detect even relatively small leaks.

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Popular Science

October 30, 2020: New satellites can pinpoint methane leaks to help us beat climate change

Gas-sniffing orbiters are helping clear the air of a common and overlooked pollutant.

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IEEE Spectrum

October 27, 2020: Spotting Mystery Methane Leaks From Space

Something new happened in space in January 2019. For the first time, a previously unknown leak of natural gas was spotted from orbit by a microsatellite, and then, because of that detection, plugged.

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