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Satellite Imagery: Types, Resolution, and Pricing

So you want to buy a satellite image… What types are available? What resolution can you expect? And how much is this going to cost, anyway? 1,062 more words

Types Of Data

Hurricane Odile to Bring Life-Threatening Conditions to Baja California

By Adam Douty

On Sunday afternoon, Hurricane Odile weakened to a Category 3 hurricane while located to the south of Baja California Sur with maximum sustained winds of 201 kph (125 mph) and gusts as high as 249 kph (155 mph). 345 more words

News/ Current Events

Washington Boobs Mistook Combine Harvesters for "Russian Invasion"


OpEdNews journalist Dave Lindorf questioned satellite imagery of “military equipment” that the USA called proof that Russian troops were in the Ukraine. He believes that they look like combine harvesters, rather than guns left in the middle of an open field. 219 more words


New Ultra High-Def Satellite Shows Mind-Blowing View of a Forest Fire

State-of-the-art imaging technology on board DigitalGlobe’s recently launched WorldView-3 satellite offers unprecedented views of world events. The technology, known as Shortwave Infrared Imagery, or SWIR, can penetrate thick clouds of smoke, as shown in the above image of a forest fire. 34 more words

Dolly Unleashes Torrential Rain, Brings Flood Risk to Mexico

By Kristina Pydynowski

Dolly made landfall just south of Tampico, Mexico Tuesday night and has weakened a tropical depression while moving inland over Mexico Wednesday morning. 412 more words

News/ Current Events

Transparent Society

With so many internet-connected cameras, microphones, thermal imagers, satellites, and high-altitude drones the Internet is flattening our privacy to zero.

In 2005 Google launched the “Hybrid View” of Google Maps that merged satellite data to road maps.  317 more words

Poverty Updates

NATO "satellite imagery" equals "British scientists findings"

The official representative of the Russian Defense Ministry, Major-General Igor Konashenkov commented on the publication of the next “satellite imagery of NATO” supposedly indicating the presence of Russian armored vehicles in Ukraine. 198 more words