On June 23, 2020, the GOES-East satellite viewed the Saharan Air Layer (or SAL) over Cuba, while a storm erupted through its dusty haze. During this time of year, the SAL often blows westward from Africa’s Saharan Desert and can travel thousands of miles away. The SAL’s activity usually results in reduced severity— or in some cases […]
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Now offering COVID-19 specific health surveys for essential workers and customers – We have been working with Southern California remodeling and construction companies to help them provide peace of mind to their customers, employees, and trade workers during this unprecedented Coronavirus pandemic.
Maxar collected new satellite imagery this afternoon of Washington D.C. at 12:08 PM EDT that shows people gathered near the entrance to Lafayette Square and at the steps to the Lincoln Memorial.
Analysis reveals 70% of pavements are not wide enough for social distancing
The team at SimActive will be hosting a second webinar next week ‘How to Calibrate and Process Multispectral Imagery’ on Thursday, June 11th:
Terramonitor launches a Web Store that provides easy access to analysis-ready satellite images and up-to-date satellite maps. By processing thousands of satellite images per day with AI and cloud computing, Terramonitor provides revolutionary tools for monitoring and analyzing the globe from space.
NASA will provide live coverage of prelaunch and launch activities for the agency’s SpaceX Demo-2 test flight on Wednesday, May 27, carrying NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley to the International Space Station.
An announcement from Facebook… registrations and submissions are now open for our latest Facebook Online Hackathon, which is focused on growing communities and driving social impact!
The U.S. Geological Survey Youth and Education in Science (YES) Team has revamped their web presence to better assist with online and home learning.