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A HUGE and Growing Archive – Medium-Resolution 3-meter PlanetScope Satellite Imagery

Have you searched for medium resolution 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 the most ubiquitous medium-resolution options, PlanetScope uses over a hundred … Read more

Significantly Smaller Minimum Order Sizes for FORMOSAT-2 Medium-Resolution Imagery!

Starting immediately, we are happy to announce new, significantly smaller minimum orders for medium-resolution FORMOSAT-2 satellite imagery. FORMOSAT-2 was launched in 2004 and died in orbit during 2014; and during its ten years in space, it amassed a huge archive … Read more

Featured Satellite – 2.5/3.5-meter ZiYuan-3 (ZY-3): A Stereo Collecting Beast!

Are you in need of stereo satellite imagery but hate having to look through a plethora of hard-to-use search engines in the process? Do you wish you could also search for stereo coverage after already looking at mono imagery results … Read more

Introducing Medium-Resolution 3-meter PlanetScope Satellite Imagery

Here at Apollo Mapping we always strive to increase the size of our satellite imagery archive to insure our customers have the greatest number of options to suit their particular needs. Lately, we’ve added a number of satellites and have … Read more

Rapid Delivery Media License for DigitalGlobe Images

For many clients using satellite imagery in media applications like movies, television advertisements and newspapers, the traditional end user license agreements delivered with our data will not suffice. Understanding the commercial need for a more flexible media license that can … Read more

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