Author Archives: Apollo Mapping

Out of this World – Light or Lack Thereof

Posted on July 7th, 2020
Photo of the annular solar eclipse taken from the International Space Station on June 21, 2020. (Image credit: NASA)

Light defines us, in more ways than we often imagine. This month we are looking at light in many unique forms, … Read more

Maxar SecureWatch – Update on South America

Posted on July 7th, 2020

Do you have the need for regularly updated images of locations around the world?

Perhaps you need imagery to integrate with an OEM solution you are developing?

Or maybe your organization uses large amounts of high-resolution imagery each year, and … Read more

Our Changing Landscape – Flooding in Midland, Michigan

Posted on July 7th, 2020

In this monthly feature, we span the globe to examine Our Changing Landscape with a time series of medium-resolution PlanetScope satellite imagery. The PlanetScope constellation dates back to 2016 and collects hundreds of millions of square kilometers of 4 and … Read more

In Focus – Apollo Mapping Imagery & Academia: A Multi-Sensor Approach for VHR Vegetation Monitoring

Posted on July 7th, 2020

Over the many years, Apollo Mapping has helped a countless number of academics and professors source the proper imagery for their grant-funded research budgets. Whether it is 8-band multispectral and short-wave infrared (SWIR) WorldView-3 satellite imagery for land-use land-cover mapping; … Read more

Your Imagery Work Break – 2019 PGA Championship

Posted on July 7th, 2020
(Image Courtesy: DigitalGlobe. Processed by Apollo Mapping for improved color accuracy and clarity.)

We love maps.

We love imagery.

We love work breaks.

We hope you like them as well!

July is already here so I am guessing you are … Read more

The Pléiades 1 – SPOT 6/7 Stadium of the Month – Red Bull Arena

Posted on July 7th, 2020

In May we took a peak at a stadium in one of the world’s few active sports league, and for this edition of the Pléiades 1 – SPOT 6/7 Stadium of the Month we travel to Europe and to the … Read more

Reaching Orbit – The Foam Debris Catcher

Posted on July 7th, 2020

The European Space Agency (ESA) is monitoring space debris and running the numbers. According to ESA estimates there are 34,000 space debris objects that are larger than 10-cm. Now compare this to the 900,000 objects that vary from 1-cm to … Read more

The Soft Core of the Earth – Stomping Grounds

Posted on July 7th, 2020

I’ve lived around the country a bit, occupying all regions except the Northeast: the Midwest, the Southeast, Texas, the Rockies, the Southwest, the Northwest and the Mid-Atlantic. Some areas have been far more enjoyable than others, some I’d love to … Read more