During Artemis I, NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket will send the agency’s Orion spacecraft on a trek 40,000 miles beyond the Moon before returning to Earth. To capture the journey, the rocket and spacecraft are equipped with cameras that will collect valuable engineering data and share a unique perspective of humanity’s return to the Moon.
Imagery, earth imaging and remote sensing
Munich/Neustrelitz, Germany, XX October 2022: ESA and GAF AG will continue to provide free-of-charge access to Digital Surface Models (DSMs), high-resolution (HR) and medium-resolution (MR) data for scientific users. In September 2022 they extended their agreement under ESA’s Third-Party Missions (TPM) Programme regarding the provision of IRS data and DSMs until the end of 2024 […]
New series includes industry’s smallest 67 MP camera for high-performance image capture
Skytec users now have easy, on-demand tasking access to BlackSky’s hourly, high resolution satellite imagery for natural resource management
On-demand access to low-latency dawn-to-dusk imagery
Soar.Earth helped one of their community members share special declassified spy satellite imagery with the world by supporting their personal GoFundMe initiative.
Automation to Enhance Feature Extraction, Change Detection on the UP42 Platform
AUSTIN, Texas, 12 July 2022 – Terradepth and The Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed 2030 project have announced a new partnership which will utilize Terradepth’s geospatial data portal known as Absolute Ocean. Seabed 2030 will use Absolute Ocean as a data visualization and exploration tool as part of the international effort to map the entire ocean floor. The […]
One ton of smallsats to be launched per day on average over the next decade, yet challenges remain
Expedition to the Deepest Point on Earth Will Collect Images and Data Advancing Marine Science and Conservation