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Category: Satellite Imagery

14 September 2017

DigitalGlobe tracks Hurricane Irma from space

by Rohit Kumar
DigitalGlobe publicly releases pre and post event imagery of the Hurricane Irma affected areas to support the disaster response on the Open Data site. Hurricane Irma is an extremely powerful and catastrophic Cape Verde type Category 5 storm.

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30 August 2017

Oregon Eclipse Festival 2017

by Rohit Kumar
From 17th to 23th August 2017, a Solar Eclipse Festival was organized where people were assembled to watch the total Solar Eclipse. The festival was officially known as the Oregon Eclipse Festival, organized at Big Summit Prairie, Oregon, USA.

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25 August 2017

DigitalGlobe announces WorldView-4 Commercial Product Availability

by Rohit Kumar
DigitalGlobe announces the availability WorldView-4 commercial product. With WorldView-4, customers can observe our changing planet and its advanced geospatial solutions to save lives, resources and time in the highest quality.

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19 August 2017

Scientists counted whales by using WorldView-2 satellite imageries

by Rohit Kumar
High resolution satellite imageries are used for counting endangered species of birds, beasts, and fishes. In this blog, we will discuss how new technology has applied in the ocean to count southern right whales.

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12 August 2017

Nishinoshima: The Mysterious Island

by Rohit Kumar
Nishinishima is one of the recently formed Islands (latest one is Shelly Island) in Japan that formed in two explosive phases. It is situated off the southern coast of Japan. As per a 2016 report, the Nishinoshima island is 2.7 square km in size.

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02 August 2017

Syria; from light to darkness

by Rohit Kumar
Syria, a country in Western Asia is affected by civil war for the last 6 years. The war is between the government of President Bashar al-Assad, along with its allies, and various forces opposing the government which affects millions of people.

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24 July 2017

Man-made Island is constructed to save Lagos's economy

by Rohit Kumar
Logos is one of the most densely populated cities of Africa, which is endangered by rising sea levels. As the name “logos” suggests the city of the lake, its population lives in floating shanty slums.

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17 July 2017

WorldDEM™ & TerraSAR-X Summer Sale (50% off)

by Rohit Kumar
Airbus Defence and Space 2017 announces the Summer Sale Campaign, which provides 50% discount off the regular "TerraSAR-X and WorldDEM™ International Price-list. The offer is applicable for months of July and August 2017.

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14 July 2017

“Looking through its legs” A New Kind of Landscape Photography.

by Rohit Kumar
Satellites look directly down at the earth, which show flat and map-like topography, but only few satellite images give us a sense of the landscape. On September 10, 2015, WorldView-3 followed an unusual route.

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23 June 2017

Northern royal albatrosses counted from space

by Rohit Kumar
Albatross is the large seabird family which include 24 known species.The Northern royal albatross is a large seabird species of this family with wing span up to 3.7 m. It appeared in Oligocene and has a life span of 42 years.

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