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Product Update – Simplified Ordering Options for 3-m PlanetScope Satellite Imagery

Posted on December 6th, 2022

A 3-m color PlanetScope image collected over Cerro Azulde Shallapa, Peru on July 11, 2022. This image has been processed by Apollo Mapping for improved colors and clarity. (Image Copyright: Planet, 2022) If you queried 3-meter (m) PlanetScope on Image Read More

A HUGE Archive – 3-m PlanetScope Satellite Imagery with a 250 sq km Minimum Order

Posted on February 1st, 2022

Have you searched for medium-resolution satellite imagery in Image Hunter recently? If so, you have surely seen lots of imagery from the 3-meter (m) satellite constellation, PlanetScope. As one of our most ubiquitous medium-resolution options, PlanetScope is actually 150 micro-satellites Read More

A HUGE Archive – 3-m PlanetScope Satellite Imagery with a 250 sq km Minimum Order

Posted on September 7th, 2021

Have you searched for medium-resolution satellite imagery in Image Hunter recently? If so, you have surely seen lots of imagery from the 3-meter (m) satellite constellation, PlanetScope. As one of our most ubiquitous medium-resolution options, PlanetScope is actually 150 micro-satellites Read More

8-band PlanetScope Imagery Now Available and Searchable in Image Hunter!

Posted on August 3rd, 2021

Starting immediately, we are excited to announce that all 3-meter (m) PlanetScope imagery collected by SuperDoves is now available as an 8-band product! 8-band PlanetScope imagery includes red edge which can be used to create more accurate plant health assessments; Read More

A HUGE Archive – 3-m PlanetScope Satellite Imagery with a 250 sq km Minimum Order

Posted on December 1st, 2020

Have you searched for medium-resolution satellite imagery in Image Hunter recently? If so, you have surely seen lots of imagery from the 3-meter (m) satellite constellation, PlanetScope. As one of our most ubiquitous medium-resolution options, PlanetScope is actually 150 micro-satellites Read More

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