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December 7, 2021
Planet To Present at the Morgan Stanley Space Summit on December 7, 2021

SAN FRANCISCO -Planet Labs Inc. (“Planet”), a leading provider of daily data and insights about Earth, today announced that Will Marshall, CEO and co-Founder of Planet, will present at the 4th Annual Morgan Stanley Space Summit on December 7 at 1:30 p.m. Eastern Time in New York City. He will be presenting as part of a panel on the “Democratization of space and proliferating use cases.”

If interested in attending, we recommend reaching out to your Morgan Stanley contact to learn more and register for the event.

About Planet
Planet is a leading provider of daily data and insights about Earth, committed to using space to help life on Earth. Planet is driven by a mission to image the world every day, and make change visible, accessible and actionable. Founded in 2010 by three NASA scientists, Planet designs, builds, and operates the largest earth observation fleet of imaging satellites, capturing and compiling data from over 3 million images per day. Planet provides mission-critical data, advanced insights, and software solutions to over 700 customers, including the world’s leading agriculture, forestry, intelligence, education and finance companies and government agencies, enabling users to simply and effectively derive unique value from satellite imagery.

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