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Sapphire, Canada's first military satellite, is a small spacecraft designed to monitor space debris and satellites within an orbit 3,728 to 24,855 miles (6,000 to 40,000 kilometres) above Earth. The satellite has been providing data to the United States Space Surveillance Network since January 2014. 
Sapphire (color) The 423-carat (85 g) blue Logan Sapphire. Sapphire is a saturated shade of blue, referring to the gem of the same name. Sapphire gems are most commonly found in a range of blue shades although they can be many different colors. Other names for variations of the color sapphire are blue sapphire or sapphire blue, shown below.
Sapphire Central is a rural locality in the Central Highlands Region, Queensland, Australia.  The town of Sapphire is within the locality ( 23.46111°S 147.7208°E ).  Sapphires are mined extensively in the area. At the 2021 census, the locality had a population of 1214 people. 
Logan Sapphire. The Logan Sapphire brooch, National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C. The Logan Sapphire is a 422.98- carat (84.596 g) sapphire from Sri Lanka. One of the largest blue faceted sapphires in the world, it was owned by Sir Victor Sassoon and then purchased by M. Robert Guggenheim as a gift for his wife, Rebecca Pollard ...
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St Edward's Sapphire is an octagonal, rose-cut sapphire that forms part of the British Crown Jewels.. Its history is older than any other gemstone in the royal collection. The stone is thought to have been in the coronation ring of Edward the Confessor, known later as St Edward, who ascended the throne of England in 1042, twenty-four years before the Norman conquest.