Satellites in the developing world
from RF Globalnet
A number of developing countries are taking steps to build their own national satellite programs, seeking more control over remote-sensing data to map and forecast disasters, monitor crop yields and track environmentally driven diseases such as malaria. Satellite programs have cropped up in Nigeria, Malaysia and Thailand, thanks to a relatively recent philosophical change within the space industry.
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