Published: January 28, 2014 | By Vancouver Sun Editorial
Posted in: Digital Life
Tagged as: camera,climate change,digital life,environment,gillian shaw,humanitarian relief,International Space Station,NASA,natural disasters,Podcast,Russia,science,Scott Larson,space,space exploration,technology,UrtheCast,Vancouver
The technology is the first to give us a video feed of the planet from space and the high resolution video and images will provide valuable data for a number of applications, from monitoring climate change and natural disasters to humanitarian relief, social events and others.
Vancouver Sun tech columnist Gillian Shaw speaks with Scott Larson, CEO of UrtheCast.
Lauren Holly is best known for her roles in Dumb & Dumber, Picket Fences, and on CTV crime drama Motive, where she plays lead medical examiner Betty Rogers. But Holly is also a seasoned fashion designer, and her latest collaboration with Le Chateau is called Lauren’s Closet. […]
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