Earth Observant Inc. Unveils Re-branding to Align with Company’s Mission and Accelerated Growth

The company’s new brand identity includes a new corporate logo, website and enhanced messaging.

Satellite imagery case uses (Image Credit: EOI)

LOUISVILLE, Colo. (Earth Observant, Inc. PR) — EOI, a company deploying low-flying small satellites that provide location intelligence to government and commercial customers, today announced that it has unveiled a new visual identity which includes a new logo, new website which will be fully augmented by the end of 3Q of this year, and enhanced messaging to better align with the company’s forward-looking, innovative approach to its geospatial products, markets, and customers.

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Earth Observant Inc. Successfully Tests Next-generation Propulsion Technology to Support Future Very Low Earth Orbit Missions

Earth Observant completed tests of a pioneering Hall-effect thruster at the US Air Force Research Lab’s vacuum chamber facility at Edwards Air Force Base over a period of two weeks. The HET-X Thruster uses traditional EP fuel sources and a new, undisclosed propellant solution that is low-cost, non-toxic, and widely available.

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 18, 2021 (Earth Observant PR) — Earth Observant Inc. (EOI) successfully completed a series of tests on its internally developed Hall-effect thruster that introduces new propellant types while maintaining thruster efficiency and minimizing erosion. This technology supports EOI’s core mission of operating a Very Low Earth Orbit (VLEO) constellation of Earth Imaging satellites to deliver ultra-high resolution image data.

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NGA Announces 10 Winners in MagQuest Phase 1; Launches $1

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia (NGA PR) — Today, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency announced 10 winners in the first phase of MagQuest, a $1.2 million global open innovation challenge to advance how we measure Earth’s magnetic field. The next phase of the challenge is now accepting detailed designs for geomagnetic data collection methodologies for the World Magnetic Model. Phase 2 is open to solvers from Phase 1, as well as new solvers who did not participate in the first phase of the challenge, and will award $1 million in cash prizes.

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