Commercial remote sensing provider GeoEye says it has no plans to delay the launch of its upcoming GeoEye-2 imagery satellite, despite recent moves by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) to cut funding support for the company. As part of an Obama administration push to cut the budget for commercial satellite imagery in fiscal 2013 by as much as half, NGA notified GeoEye in writing June 22 that the company’s current one-year EnhancedView service contract was being split into ...
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