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Several entrants in a 2008 trans-oceanic sailboat race use the AstroVision data stream to assist them in charting courses for the grueling race. With Hurricane Jackie in the Caribbean Sea, fishing fleets and shipping companies use the data to find protected anchorages. In the normal course of business, commercial fisherman use the data for identification of prime fishing areas.

It is now 6:00 pm on the East Coast. The local news opens with live coverage of Hurricane Jackie, including 30 seconds of real-time video from AstroVision. The third story of the evening shows a brilliant lightning storm over Los Angeles as it is happening. Once a rare mystery, today viewers for the first time can see new pictures from AstroVision of lightning and meteorites flashing and streaking over their heads. The evening national news combines live and earlier AstroVision data with ground camera pictures of the dramatic major eruption of an Indonesian volcano.

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Disclaimer: This scenario is provided for the purpose of demonstrating the potential advantages of AstroVision’s product. The information is fictional and the agencies mentioned have not necessarily made an agreement to procure AstroVision's services.

Playing With Fire
Fires are ravaging the California forests, and emergency management teams are barely keeping things under control. Thick smoke is seeping into the city streets, and the wind patterns are constantly changing. Officials are having a difficult time pinpointing trouble spots to ensure citizens keep out of harm’s way.
How will they identify a safe evacuation route?

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