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17 Sep: GHGSat Supports Landfill Operators with High Resolution Data

GHGSat is building on its commercial capabilities with services for landfill operators. The high-resolution data from the new satellites, beginning…

10 Sep: Emissions Pioneer GHGSat Secures US$30m in Series B Funding

First tranche successfully completed Construction of unique high-resolution satellite constellation accelerated Deployment of analytics to key markets 10 September 2020,…

03 Sep: First of a new constellation of greenhouse gas detecting satellites launched

Patented high-resolution instrument will detect even smaller methane leaks 10 additional satellites to be launched by December 2022 3 Sept,…

In the Media

September 21, 2020: Satellite achieves sharp-eyed view of methane

There is a powerful new satellite in the sky to monitor emissions of methane (CH4), one of the key gases driving human-induced climate change. Known as Iris, the spacecraft can map plumes of CH4 in the atmosphere down to a resolution of just 25m.

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The Globe and Mail

September 3, 2020: Canadian satellite embarks on mission to monitor greenhouse gas emissions from space

A Canadian satellite has begun its long-awaited mission to scour the world for stray industrial emissions of methane gas, a contributor to climate change.

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September 3, 2020: Europe’s small Vega rocket returns to action

The European Vega rocket is back in business. An enforced hiatus following the loss of a vehicle in July 2019 ended late on Wednesday with the successful deployment of 53 new satellites. The payloads were dropped off high above the Earth using a new dispenser system that will now become a regular feature on future missions.

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