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Nice opportunity to give a lecture on in the with

PI, Brent Yantis displaying developed by Louisana students using data. On display at in Reston, VA.

We welcome expressions of interest in an earth observation / remote sensing analyst role to be based in Wexford, Ireland. Email and include as many spatial acronyms as you can muster...

Optics and radar for flood mapping over Beira 🇲🇿 Mozambique with sentinel 1 and 2. .. Thanks for tips on mapping with sentinel 3..

PlanetObserver announces partnership with Airbus Defence & Space to distribute their Very High Resolution and data in Europe

Could anyone comment what type of earth movement is this?? Is this a landslide?? If it is what type, creep landslide? Is this a stable landslide?

L'intervento di Andrea Cruciani, CEO di Agricolus, su e vantaggi per l' al convegno di dedicato alle molteplici applicazioni del 🌎

A is a combination or merge of two or more remotely sensed images. You can create a single dataset from multiple raster datasets by mosaicking them together.

Aardobservatie, een meerwaarde voor overheden? Ontdek het tijdens de workshop 5/4 in waar we samen met meer info geven over het gebruik van & Registreer je @

Remote Sensing as an Instrument of Development of Ukraine Visit: NSFCTC is a testing organization in Ukraine which ensures the implementation of entire range of activities for the operation of space as well as processing.

Lubānā ledus izkusis un satelīta attēlā redzami aļģu virpuļi. Rāznas ezerā ledus uzlūzis, bet Latvijas ziemeļaustrumos Alūksnes ezeru vēl klāj ledus

🔴 New blog post: "Sentinel-3 data Visualization in EO Browser using a Custom Script", using scripts to get natural color (and other) visualizations of -3🛰️ data. ➡️

Sentinel-3 data Visualization in EO Browser using a Custom Script by Pierre Markuse

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Accelerometer Gyroscope Sensor Data Scatter
Date/Time Range: 17-09-18 22:27:33 – 17-09-18 22:49:35
Duration: 1 day, 0:00:00
Data points: 9610
Compiled: 2018-09-17 22:49:36
#Datavis #datavisualization #remotesensing #sensors #gyroscope #accelerometer


INSPIRING! Nonprofit works to preserve monuments using remote sensing!


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🛰? 🐟🚜? The satellites that collect our imagery orbit at about 600–800 km (375–500 mi) above Earth’s surface. Their paths are synchronized to the Earth’s own rotation, so that they pass over any given point at the same time on each orbit, making for easier comparisons of imagery over days and years. Most imaging satellites pass overhead at about 10 in the morning. (Morning is best because clouds tend to form around midday in many humid climates.) Virtually all the satellite imagery that you see on maps is from the same hour-long window of mid-morning!
The satellites themselves are about the size of SUVs, with blue solar panel “wings” that swivel to face the sun. Because there’s no ground surface to brace against and dampen vibrations, satellites need sophisticated mechanisms to stabilize themselves and point at precisely the right patch of ground. One device they use is a type of flywheel called a reaction wheel. It stores rotational energy, so the main body of the satellite can turn around its axis by making the free-spinning wheel rotate faster or slower. Meanwhile, the satellite can orient itself with a combination of GPS, so it knows where it is in space, and star cameras, so it knows which way it’s facing.
What we’re looking at, however, is a fish farm. We know it looks like a satellite! In fact, it fooled us for a minute. But it’s actually a raft of 48 cage-like nets floating on either side of a houseboat-style shed on Krishna Raja Sagara, a hydropower reservoir in Karnataka, India. It’s a pilot project, meant to popularize fish farming in the region. As far as we know, looking like a satellite is just a happy accident.
Have a great weekend, and remember, not everything is what it seems 😉#gis #remotesensing #geospatial #mapbox #cartography

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Alhamdulillah, Finally done! Terima kasih buaanyakkkk semuaaaaa buat segala nyaaa untuk para ‘sandra’, para 'manna’ dan pjsig 😍😍😘😘😘
#remotesensing #gis #14juli2016 (at Fakultas Geografi Universitas Gajah Mada)

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