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Thai cabinet expected to let NASA use U-tapao airbase

BANGKOK, 25 June 2012 (NNT) - Science and Technology Minister Mr. Prodprasob Surasawadi has revealed in his statement that the Cabinet will consider giving NASA permission tomorrow to use U-tapao military airfield to run the Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR). According to Mr. Prodprasob, the research team, who has been

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Thai Foreign Minister denied visiting US to get entry visa for Thaksin Shinawatra

BANGKOK, 21 June 2012 (NNT) - Foreign Minister Mr. Surapong Torvichakchaikul denied media speculation that he was in the United States last week to request an entry visa for Mr. Thaksin Shinawatra or discuss with NASA regarding the U-tapao military base. He purported that his recent trip to the US was

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Thai scientist suggests the relocation of Bangkok

BANGKOK, 4 February 2012 (NNT) - Thailand's well-known scientist, Dr. Art-ong Jumsai Na Ayudhya, has cautioned Thai people especially Bangkok-dwellers to prepare for more floods, which are likely to worsen each year. Dr. Art-ong, a NASA scientist forecast that Bangkok might be able to sustain flooding for no more than eight

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Hurricane Season 2011: Tropical Depression Haitang (Western North Pacific Ocean)

NASA's Infrared Eyes Examine Tropical Depression Haitang as it Nears Vietnam Very cold temperatures in NASA infrared satellite imagery of tropical cyclones tell meteorologists that cloud tops are high, and the thunderstorms they're associated with have a lot of punch. Some of those strong storms are evident in Tropical Depression Haitang

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