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December 4, 2013

Proba-V Data Ready to Use

Less than seven months after launch, the European Space Agency’s Proba-V Earth-watcher satellite is ready to provide global vegetation data for operational and scientific use.

December 4, 2013

28 Doves Heading into Space

Planet Labs is preparing to launch a fleet of 28 miniature satellites dubbed Flock 1, the world’s largest constellation of Earth observation satellites.

December 4, 2013

Satellites Help Map the World’s Largest Coral Reef

Scientists used satellite imagery to create a set of high-resolution 3-D maps of the entire Great Barrier Reef, a critical step toward identifying, managing and protecting the giant ecosystem.

December 4, 2013

Unmanned Aircraft Face a Bright Future in Agriculture

Interest is growing rapidly in the use of unmanned aircraft systems for precision agriculture, which potentially could become the largest application for this developing technology.

November 26, 2013

ESA Swarm Constellation Safely in Orbit

The European Space Agency’s three-satellite Swarm constellation was lofted into a near-polar orbit on Nov. 22, 2013, from which it will monitor Earth’s magnetic field for the next four years.

November 26, 2013

Where Does Your Thanksgiving Meal Come From?

Compiled from U.S. Department of Agriculture Census of Agriculture data, here’s a geospatial perspective on where your holiday turkey and three popular side dishes likely originated.

November 26, 2013

Media Embracing UAS Coverage

Lewis Whyld used an unmanned aircraft system to show the scale of Typhoon Haiyan damage and, according to Whyld, discover two bodies later recovered by the authorities.

November 26, 2013

There’s Something Fishy in the Atlantic Night …

When NASA and NOAA released their newest map of Earth at night, a new city of light appeared in the middle of the South Atlantic Ocean about 300 miles off the coast of Argentina.

November 26, 2013

BlackBridge Supports the European Space Agency’s Sentinel-2

Berlin, Germany, Nov. 20, 2013—BlackBridge’s RapidEye products are an active part of the Sentinel-2 project from the European Space Agency (ESA). The RapidEye data, provided free of charge, simulates the Sentinel-2 frequency and will support further development of Sentinel-2 applications. Sentinel-2, in cooperation with external support, has access to impressive multi-temporal and multi-sensor datasets that

November 26, 2013

First Damage Assessment Maps of the Philippines Released by the European Commission

ROME, Nov. 20, 2013—International NGOs and the UN will bring aid in the field using disaster maps issued by the the European Commission's Copernicus Emergency Management Service soon after Typhoon Haiyan violently struck the Philippines on the 8th of November. The first damage assessment maps show the most affected areas of Tacloban City. e-GEOS is the