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KSAT@Spaceops2014
KSAT announces its participation in the SpaceOps 2014 conference in Pasadena, CA
KSAT’s sales and business development team is looking forward to meet you at exhibition booth number 206.
KSAT exhibits at the IOSC in Savannah
KSAT will exhibit at the International Oil Spill Conference in Savannah in May, 2014. Visitors are very welcome to come to booth 834 during May 5th - 8th.
KSAT CEO visits Pemex in Mexico
First week of April KSAT CEO Rolf Skatteboe visited Mexico to mark the occasion of the contract entered between Mexican state-owned petroleum company PEMEX and KSAT for satellite-based oil spill detection in the Gulf of Mexico.
KSAT order desk expand the customer service support
KSAT Expands Order Desk Availability and Customer Service Support
KSAT has employed on-duty personnel twenty-four hours a day seven days a week for many years to analyze imagery, operate our ground station network, and support sate
German-Norwegian Cooperation in Earth Observation
German-Norwegian Cooperation in Earth Observation
Rolf Skatteboe and Prof. Stefan Dech signing the corresponding memorandum
EGNOS is a project funded by EU
KSAT is now operating the Norwegian EGNOS ground segment
Kongsberg Satellite Services (KSAT) has been selected by the ESSP (European Satellite Services Provider) to take responsibility for operations of the Norwegian EGNOS r
Mexican state-owned petroleum company PEMEX has awarded Kongsberg Satellite Services (KSAT) a contract for satellite-based oil spill detection in the Gulf of Mexico.
KSAT awarded oil spill detection contract for PEMEX
Mexican state-owned petroleum company PEMEX has awarded Kongsberg Satellite Services (KSAT) a contract for satellite-based oil spill detection in the Gulf of Mexico.
SpaceX launch supported by KSAT
The Kongsberg Satellite Service (KSAT) mid-latitude network is supporting geostationary launches.
Launch and early orbit support (LEOP) support is routinely performed from KSAT ground stations.
KSAT provide last support to GOCE
KSAT providing last support to aging satellite.
The ESA satellite for Gravity field and steady-state Ocean Circulation Explorer, GOCE, had its last contact with the KSAT TrollSat station in Antarctica before it returned to Earth.
One of the first images from VIIRS generated by KSAT
KSAT processes NPP - VIIRS data
KSAT has now enabled the capacity to process the Visible and Infrared Imager (VIIRS) onboard the NPP meteorological satellite.

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