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New Hexagon Aerial Imagery – 15-cm Mississippi and 30-cm Virginia

Posted on July 9th, 2024

A 30-cm Hexagon aerial image collected over Blacksburg, Virginia and the campus of Virginia Tech during the Fall of 2023. Hexagon rolled out another updated aerial dataset, this time in Mississippi with freshly collected 15-centimeter (cm) imagery plus 30-cm stereo Read More

Get A New Imagery & DEM Price List Now!

Posted on July 9th, 2024

Apollo Mapping has rolled out updated pricelists recently with changes to numerous products. The revised pricing impacts WorldDEM digital elevation models, and the SPOT 6/7 1.5-meter resolution satellite constellation. We’ve also added new offerings including BJ3N 30-cm high-resolution optical imagery Read More

Featured Product – Discounted Site Monitoring With 30-cm Pléiades Neo

Posted on July 9th, 2024

In the ever-changing world of geospatial technology, Airbus offers a groundbreaking solution for repeat imagery collections. Airbus Pléiades Neo OnePlan is a powerful monitoring solution that combines cutting-edge innovation with unparalleled collection capability at 30-centimeter (cm) resolution. A 30-cm color Read More

The July Pléiades 1 – Pléiades Neo Point of Interest – Dollywood!

Posted on July 9th, 2024

In June, we looked at Tulip Town Garden Center and Roozengaarde at the 2023 Skagit Valley Tulip Festival in the state of Washington. This month for the Pléiades 1 – Pléiades Neo Point of Interest, we stay in the USA Read More

Out of This World – It’s Twins!

Posted on July 9th, 2024

When it comes to the wonders of outer space, there’s always more to be discovered. Scientists received a huge surprise from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope when they turned the telescope toward the WL 20 group of stars. While the Read More

Apollo News Snippets – July 2024

Posted on July 9th, 2024

It’s time for the most amazing technological updates you can find anywhere, so ready or not, here we go! This battery can capture carbon dioxide. Quantum spin maintained at room temperatures. Energy and minerals from deep-sea vents. A greener way Read More

Free For All – The Lost Universe, NASA’s Tabletop Role-Playing Game Adventure

Posted on July 9th, 2024

If you’re a fan of Table Top Role Playing games like Dungeons and Dragons and a space enthusiast, you’ll love NASA’s new Table Top Role-Playing game, The Lost Universe. In this new D&D-similar game, science and fun are combined. Players Read More

Image Hunter Updates – Cleaning Up Smaller Stuffs!

Posted on July 9th, 2024

If you are searching for medium and high-resolution satellite imagery, the search is over as Image Hunter is the solution you’ve been looking for! Featuring satellite and aerial imagery as well as digital elevation models (DEMs) from a constantly expanding Read More

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