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24 July 2017

Man-made Island is constructed to save Lagos's economy

by Rohit Kumar
Logos is one of the most densely populated cities of Africa, which is endangered by rising sea levels. As the name “logos” suggests the city of the lake, its population lives in floating shanty slums.

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17 July 2017

WorldDEM™ & TerraSAR-X Summer Sale (50% off)

by Rohit Kumar
Airbus Defence and Space 2017 announces the Summer Sale Campaign, which provides 50% discount off the regular "TerraSAR-X and WorldDEM™ International Price-list. The offer is applicable for months of July and August 2017.

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14 July 2017

“Looking through its legs” A New Kind of Landscape Photography.

by Rohit Kumar
Satellites look directly down at the earth, which show flat and map-like topography, but only few satellite images give us a sense of the landscape. On September 10, 2015, WorldView-3 followed an unusual route.

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10 July 2017

Using Petabytes of Pixels to Create 3 New Images

by Paras Beniwal
In this blog, we’ll share how global composite satellite imageries are constructed by using Landsat 8, Sentinel-2A and Sentinel-1 satellites and how they appear.

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07 July 2017

India’s own Navigation Satellite System

by Rohit Kumar
India gets closer to develop its own navigation system, known as IRNSS. IRNSS is designed to provide accurate positioning information service to users in India as well as the region extending up to 1500 km from its boundary.

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30 June 2017

“Space Archaeology” to explore ancient sites.

by Rohit Kumar
Archaeology can take you to the past as archaeologist finds the remnants of ancient civilization and spend years to dig them. But it is a time taking process as archaeologists have to depend upon literature reviews and field data.

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23 June 2017

Northern royal albatrosses counted from space

by Rohit Kumar
Albatross is the large seabird family which include 24 known species.The Northern royal albatross is a large seabird species of this family with wing span up to 3.7 m. It appeared in Oligocene and has a life span of 42 years.

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16 June 2017

Identify man-made & natural material, using high resolution SWIR imagery

by Rohit Kumar
SWIR (Shortwave Infrared) refers to a non-visible range of light falling between 1400-3000 nm in wavelength. SWIR light is same as visible light which reflects from minerals, man-made and natural structures due to the unique nature of the object.

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07 June 2017

Pléiades and SPOT 6/7 Enhanced with Advanced Radiometry and Geometry Image processing Options

by Paras Beniwal
Pléiades and SPOT 6/7 commercial offers have been enhanced with advanced radiometry and geometry image processing options.

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28 July 2016

Explore the unexplored with DigitalGlobe`s GBDX

by Pubali Mukherjee
21st century is a digital world. Almost everything that is quantifiable leaves a digital trace. Although apparently it looks like it is invisible but in reality every day we are adding massive amounts of data to our data inventory all around the world.

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