Maxar Technologies Announces its Intention to Acquire Vricon, Inc. to Accelerate Growth in Emerging Markets for 3D Technology and Extend its Lead in Earth Intelligence
Maxar Technologies collected new high-resolution satellite imagery yesterday (June 22nd) of the disputed Galwan Valley and the Line of Actual Control (LAC) between India and China. In the recent imagery, personnel are actively working with earth moving equipment on the dirt road that approaches the forward position (known as Patrol Point 14) near the LAC […]
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.
Maxar collected new imagery today (April 10th) of Vanuatu and the aftermath of the category 5 cyclone (Harold) that recently struck the island nation. Below are before/after images that primarily focus on the island of Espiritu Santo and the main city of Luganville. As you will see in the imagery comparisons, this once lush island […]
Maxar Technologies collected new satellite imagery from multiple locations around the world as the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, continues to spread.
Maxar collected new satellite imagery, January 4, 2020, of the wildfires in Victoria and New South Wales, Australia
On November 14, Maxar’s GeoEye-1 satellite collected new imagery of Venice, Italy. Floodwaters can be seen across sections of the city, including most notably at St. Mark’s Square (Piazza San Marco) and around the Basilica (Basilica di San Marco).
From Maxar: The Maxar News Bureau has gathered a new set of satellite imagery of the Kincade fire, which continues to burn in northern California near Santa Rosa. The images include sets from October 27th as well as October 30th. As you will see via the imagery, the fire burned very close to the city of […]
An update via Mxar: Maxar’s WorldView-3 satellite collected a set of new images yesterday, October 24th of the Kincade wildfire near Sonoma, California.
Maxar’s WorldView-2 satellite collected a new image (September 10th) of the Golden Ray—the car carrier ship that capsized on Sunday in the middle of Saint Simons Sound, near Brunswick, Georgia. The ship was reportedly carrying thousands of vehicles and overturned early on Sunday morning after departing from the nearby port of Brunswick.