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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…

08 Oct: Smallest Methane Emission Ever Detected by Satellite

Montreal, Canada: GHGSat, the global leader in high resolution greenhouse gas monitoring from space, today announced the first results from…

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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