Salt lake helps test "sky eye" (January 2001)
A team of CSIRO scientists has just spent a week in a huge barren salt lake in Australia's interior helping to test a new NASA satellite.
UNSW and CSIRO use NASA Flying Lab to map Australia (August 2000)
A major airborne scientific mission using state-of-the-art equipment to map landforms and vegetation in large areas of Australia is about to be carried out by CSIRO and UNSW in conjunction with NASA. The mission will provide vital information for environmental management and geological mapping.
Sky scanner sees the forest and the trees (March 2000)
Airborne systems able to peer deep into forest canopies to assess their biomass, structure and condition are under development by CSIRO.
See more, colourfully, from space
Scientists from NASA and TRW visit potential Hyperion calibration sites in Australia
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