July 2017

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 https://qz.com/296941/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 written about the number of satellites… Read More »What’s in orbit today – Visualised

Earth Observation Q2 review

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  Another quarter has flown by so following on from my Q1 review 2017, it’s time to take a look at the main events of Q2. If you missed my Q1 review it is available below. http://www.acgeospatial.co.uk/blog/earth-observation-q1-2017/ Q2 2017 So, here are some of the things you may or may not have missed between Apr… Read More »Earth Observation Q2 review