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A model of the satellite VELOX-II at the command centre at the NTU satellite research centre, which controls the school locally built satellite that were launch last year. Photo: Ernest Chua
The project team members at the command centre at the NTU satellite research centre, which controls the school locally built satellite that were launch last year.Photo: Ernest Chua.
Prof Low Kay Soon (C) with his team at the command centre at the NTU satellite research centre,which controls the school locally built satellite that were launch last year. Photo: Ernest Chua
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1843821_Tech in NTU’s 2 satellites clears tests, proves commercial viability
Tech in NTU’s 2 satellites clears tests, proves commercial viability

February 4
Global warming strikes deep into oceans: Study

Global warming strikes deep into oceans: Study

PARIS — The oceans have soaked up as much heat from global warming over the last two decades as during the preceding 130 years, according to a study published yesterday (Jan 18).

China to land probe on dark side of moon in 2018

China to land probe on dark side of moon in 2018

SHANGHAI — China plans to land the first probe ever on the dark side of the moon in 2018, marking another milestone in its ambitious space programme, the official Xinhua news...