Telesat Canada has agreed to operate Canada's new Radarsat-2 satellite for MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates (MDA) for the lifetime of the spacecraft's mission. Radarsat-2 will be launched this summer from Baikonur, Kazakhstan aboard a Starsem Soyuz rocket. It will be the first commercial radar satellite with multipolarization capability, which facilitates the identification of a wide variety of surface features and objects. Spatial resolution will be 3-100 meters. Radarsat was ...

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