Maxar collected new satellite imagery today, April 5th, that reveals the leak in the retaining wall of a wastewater holding pond in Piney Point, Florida near Tampa Bay. The leak at the reservoir, first discovered last month, is situated next to an abandoned phosphate plant. Emergency crews are removing millions of gallons of water from […]
Maxar collected new satellite imagery on March 27th that reveals the Russian naval exercise (known as Umka-2021) in progress in the Arctic.
March 28th Satellite Imagery Update on Suez Canal and EVER GIVEN Ship
Maxar’s WorldView-2 collected new high-resolution satellite imagery this morning (March 26th) of the Suez canal and the container ship (EVER GIVEN)–a 1,300-foot ship operated by the Taiwan-based Evergreen Group–that remains stuck in the canal north of the city of Suez, Egypt. In today’s satellite imagery, multiple tug boats are positioned alongside the ship and dredging operations […]
Maxar’s WorldView-3 satellite collected new high-resolution imagery today (March 3rd) of the SpaceX Starship SN10 launch activity at Boca Chica, Texas. Today’s imagery was collected at 11:05 AM Central Time, approximately 7 hours before the Starship successfully launched, returned to the launch site and subsequently exploded shortly after landing. The satellite imagery provides an excellent […]
Maxar Technologies collected new satellite imagery this morning (at 10:52 AM local time, February 22nd) of the widespread protests that formed today across Yangon, Myanmar.
Maxar Technologies recently collected new satellite images of four cities in Myanmar where protests have been seen (and continue) including: Yangon, Mandalay, Myitkyina and Naypyitaw
Maxar Technologies’ GeoEye-1 satellite collected new imagery yesterday (February 7, 2021) at 11:39 AM EST of the Raymond James stadium in Tampa Bay, Florida—site of last night’s SuperBowl LV football game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
While cloudy skies mostly obstructed Maxar’s overhead view of the U.S. presidential inauguration during the day yesterday (January 20, 2021), the company’s WorldView-3 satellite collected dramatic nighttime imagery (collected January 20th at 9:55 PM EST) that revealed the fireworks display that capped the celebration.
Yesterday (January 7th at 10:59 a.m. and 11:02 a.m. EST), two of Maxar Technologies’ high-resolution satellites collected new imagery of Washington D.C., including the U.S. Capitol and surrounding area. The imagery provides an excellent view of the inauguration stands/seats along the west side of the Capitol as well as an overview of the Capitol grounds.