NEW DELHI — India is working toward launching satellites with superior Earth observation capability in a bid to improve imaging from geostationary orbit, the country’s top scientist says. The future of Earth observation relies on three factors: the continuity and improvement of the operational constellation of satellites, sustained observation of all climate variables, and global cooperation for comparing observation data, says A.S. Kiran Kumar, chairman of the Indian Space ...

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