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Greenhouse gas monitoring and reduction. (GGMR Program)
The GGMR Program, set to launch in Q4 2020, is Humboldt Space Co.'s oldest project which has undergone years of strenuous tests and improvements. This high-resolution satellite imaging capture device, will offer vast amounts of data that enables us to detect sources of emission and absorption of atmospheric carbon monoxide. The largest contributing factor to the rising temperature of our planet. The GGMR scientific research team, are some of the world's leading experts on global warming, one of the key issues that our team will continue to investigate. The GGMR satellite will provide not only our team with minute to minute information, but our partners as well. Humboldt Space Co. believes that, the GGMR Program will be a significant step forward in creating a cleaner, greener future for everyone.
Space Debris Cleaning Program. (SDCP Program)
As of July 2013, more than 170 million debris smaller than 1 cm (0.4 in), about 670,000 debris 1-10 cm, and around 29,000 larger debris were estimated to be in orbit. The SDCP programs main focus is to develop a sustainable method of cleaning this: The term "Space Debris" refers to the natural debris found in the solar system and also includes the debris from the mass of defunct, artificially created objects in space. Our team led by aerospace scientist Dr. Peter Hausmeister aims to reduce this by over half by the year 2030. If successful this unmanned craft will be the first in a fleet that will orbit the earth.
Sourced from decades of image research from the laboratories of IBM and the world's leading photographic companies, Star Scope sells film to digital image enhancement, damage repair and color amendment software, and post processing services providing economically feasible conversion of television and feature 35mm and 16mm films to the new 4K ultra-high definition (UHD), high-dynamic range (HDR) format necessary for the new generation of digital distribution.
Beagle 44 develops, manufactures and sells chemical detectors for use in the airport scanning, military, food and beverage, and breath analysis markets. Our chemical sensors can identify chemicals with more accuracy and precision than competing analyzers given their extreme sensitivity and specificity. Leveraging miniature mass spectrometry technology originally developed for NASA to use on the International Space Station, Beagle 44 series of analyzers enable real-time analytics and are significantly smaller, faster and less expensive than competing mass detectors.