As Imagery Market Comes into Sharper Relief, DigitalGlobe Looks at Moving up GeoEye-2 Launch
DigitalGlobe Raising GeoEye-1’s Orbit To Keep up with Commercial Imagery Demand
GeoEye-2 Entry Shakes Up U.A.E. Satellite Competition
DigitalGlobe Closes GeoEye Acquisition
Justice Department Approves DigitalGlobe-GeoEye Merger
Shareholders Approve DigitalGlobe-GeoEye Merger

GeoEye Ups Partnership for Imagery of Japan’s Territory


Imaging satellite operator GeoEye of Herndon, Va., will provide an unspecified Japanese government ministry with high-resolution imagery of the island nation under a partnership arrangement with Japan Space Imaging Corp.

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DigitalGlobe Expects GeoEye Merger To Add $400M in Sales

Astrium Services Girds for Competition with DigitalGlobe-GeoEye Combo


TOULOUSE, France — Astrium Services is counting on two Earth observation satellites in final assembly here to give it sufficient firepower in 2013 to do battle with the merged assets of U.S. satellite Earth imagery providers DigitalGlobe and GeoEye.

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GeoEye Expects Near-term Resolution on EnhancedView Cuts
DigitalGlobe: Merger with GeoEye To Save $1.5 Billion

GeoEye To Merge with DigitalGlobe


PARIS — The two principal providers of commercial Earth observation satellite imagery to the U.S. government have agreed to merge in a deal that makes DigitalGlobe the buyer and GeoEye – which had tried to buy DigitalGlobe two months ago – the target, the two companies announced July 23.

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GeoEye Chief Insists Company Has Funds To Finish and Launch Next Satellite
NGA Letters Cast Cloud Over GeoEye’s EnhancedView Funding
Next GeoEye Satellite Could Fly Lower for Improved Resolution
DigitalGlobe, GeoEye Weigh Options as Clouds Loom over EnhancedView Program
DigitalGlobe Says Rejected GeoEye Takeover Bid Driven by Desperation
GeoEye Makes Bid for DigitalGlobe After Merger Negotiations Collapse

GeoEye Forms Partnership with Indian Geospatial Firm


Commercial remote sensing firm GeoEye of Dulles, Va., said April 24 that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with geospatial solutions provider Rolta of Mumbai, India, to develop products and services forapr defense and homeland security customers in “high-growth global markets, beginning with India.”

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Exelis Sends GeoEye-2 Camera to Lockheed


ITT Exelis Geospatial Systems said April 10 that it has delivered the imaging payload for GeoEye’s GeoEye-2 optical Earth observation satellite to prime contractor Lockheed Martin Space Systems of Sunnyvale, Calif.

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