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Photographers take pictures of DIWATA-1, the Philippines' first micro-satellite for multi-spectral high precision Earth observation, during a media tour at the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) Tsukuba Space Center in Tsukuba, on Wednesday.

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for multi-spectral high precision Earth observation,

Or in layman terms:

"Diwata can examine landmass with an accuracy of about 5 meters. It can be used for disaster management purposes such as in accessing damage from typhoons and rainstorms. It will also have applications in agriculture, forest cover monitoring and national security"

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"national security"

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Another WebCam pointed to earth and earthling.

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MABUHAY! (Long Live)

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