Monthly Archives: April 2012

Contact lost with Envisat: the beginning of the end?

ESA have announced that contact has been lost with Envisat. Initial contact was lost over the ground station at Esrange, northern Sweden, on April 8th. ESA has established a review board and are working on the resolution of the problem. … Continue reading

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Is the Radarsat Constellation Mission in jeopardy?

Macdonald Detweiller Associates (MDA) has warned that it may lay off staff due to uncertainties over the future of the Radarsat Constellation Mission (RCM). MDA claims that the Canadian Space Agency doesn’t have the budget to support the build phase, … Continue reading

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Editing in ArcGIS 10

One of the constant criticisms raised about ArcGIS10 is dissatisfaction with the new editing environment. Via the Facebook site F*ck You ArcMap! I found this pearl of wisdom: https://fishandgame.idaho.gov/ifwis/portal/blog/revert-back-arcmap-93-editing-environment-arcmap-10   In this blog post pbond explains how to revert to … Continue reading

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