NASA, Italian Space Agency Enter Cosmo-Skymed Data Deal
Researchers backed by NASA and the U.S. military will have access to some data from Italy’s Cosmo-Skymed constellation of four X-band radar satellites, under an agreement that gives the Italian Space Agency (ASI) use of U.S. ground stations in Alaska and NASA post-doctoral scholarships for Earth...
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