Category Archives: The Geospatial Times

Have You Tried Data Alert? The Up-to-Date Imagery Notification Service!

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Do you have an area of interest that requires regularly updated imagery but you do not have time to check daily for this data? Or perhaps you have a remote location that needs updated imagery but you cannot afford a … Read more

Free For All – The Climate Impact Map, a Dynamic Climate Change Visualizer

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In this September edition of our Free for All series, we change the pace by covering a great example of an interactive and informative online map of climate change—the Climate Impact Map created by the Climate Impact Lab. The … Read more

Your Imagery Work Break – 2018 Burning Man

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(Image Courtesy: Maxar. 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! These late summer days are limited in number so take … Read more

3.7-meter SWIR WorldView-3 Samples Ready for Download!

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A 3.7-meter WorldView-3 SWIR sample collected over the Andes Mountains in Peru. We have used a 2-6-8 (blue-green-red) band combination to display this data in false color. (Image Credit: Maxar) In the past few editions of The Geospatial Times, we … Read more

Featured Product – 2.5-meter/5-meter AW3D Standard DEMs

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Click on the image above to see an animated views comparing 2.5-m and 5-m AW3D DEMs over Boston, Massachusetts and Washington, D.C. (C)NTT DATA, RESTEC, Included JAXA In conjunction with our valued partner, NTT DATA, we are proud to … Read more

High-Resolution Imagery Collections – WorldView-2/3 – Australia, January to March 2019

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This map shows the areas imaged by the WorldView-2/3 constellation from January 1 to March 31, 2019 over Australia and its islands. Please note that in many instances, multiple images were collected over the same area which is difficult to… Read more

30-cm Color WorldView-3/4 Image of the Month – Copenhagen, Denmark

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If you have never seen high off-nadir imagery before you are in for a treat this month! High off-nadir imagery means that the satellite’s camera was titled at a high angle (nearly 45 degrees) with respect to the ground when… Read more

Reaching Orbit – Lunar Gateway and Beyond

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An artist’s depiction of the Gateway – a home base for deep space missions. (Credit: NASA) NASA, along with the rest of the world, has its sights set on the Moon. Our closest neighbor and a proving ground for deep … Read more