planet earth observation open california

Open California data & sensor comparison

I wrote recently about clipping data and shared an example in Beverly Hills. I wanted to use this data to explore and compare all the data sets available on Planet Explorer, but focusing on the terrific Open California data. I’ve been meaning for sometime to write a comparison between different sensors. My feeling is that Read more about Open California data & sensor comparison[…]

Orbit - Satellites

What’s in orbit today – Visualised

There are plenty of stunning visualisations of objects in space at present. Starting with this one, updated in 2014 Interactive graphic: Every active satellite orbiting earth Then there is this one – which was displayed at Brighton Data Visualisation recently http://visualeyed.com/cover-story/satellites/ And this one from stuff in space and an ESRI map Plenty has been Read more about What’s in orbit today – Visualised[…]