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Geoserve is an authorized distributor of satellite images and earth observation products of commercial satellites such as WorldView-2, GeoEye, RapidEye, Spot-5, Radarsat-2 etc. covering any spot on Earth. We help to find the best satellite or areal imagery.
Geoserve delivers processed data, like maps, elevation data and specific GIS data layers. We also provide orthorectification services and format conversions. We deliver your orders in a ready-to-go state.
Geoserve can also make your data available via its own archiving implementation, offering private but World-Wide easy access to your products.
• April 2013: Canada's Radarsat-1 satellite may be lost for good
The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) announced April 9 that Radarsat-1 experienced a “technical anomaly” and that government and commercial users of the satellite have been advised that no new orders for imagery are being accepted.
Controllers last heard from the spacecraft March 29, when engineers noticed Radarsat-1 was in safe mode, a semi-dormant state in which the spacecraft conserves energy, according to Michel Doyon, flight operations manager at the Canadian Space Agency.
The satellite launched more than 17 years ago, surpassing its five-year design life and establishing Canada as a world leader in radar imaging from orbit. Doyon said Radarsat 1's performance was "remarkable" since launching in 1995.
Radarsat 1 data was used in maritime surveillance, cartography, ice research, oceanography, agriculture, forestry and disaster management applications.
A follow-on craft named Radarsat-2 launched in December 2007 and continues operating. Since its launch, Radarsat 1 took on a backup role to alleviate demand on the new satellite, Doyon said.
• March 2013: First images of LDCM (Landsat 8)
The Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) has send back images of Earth from both of its instruments—the Operational Land Imager (OLI) and the Thermal Infrared Sensor (TIRS). NASA has published an impressive satellite image tasked on 18 March 2013 which shows the Rocky Mountains and the cities Cheyenne, Fort Collins, Loveland, Longmont, Boulder and Denver.
The Natural color image (RGB - bands 4,3,2) is suitable for e.g. monitoring projects, mapping projects for large areas.
The False color image (G,NIR,SWIR - bands 3,5,7) is the result of the band combination of green, near infrared and short wave infrared 2. This satellite image can be used e.g. for mapping areas after a wildfire and for other classifications.
Image of the month
Spot 6 image of Airbus A350 aircraft at airport Toulouse-Blagnac, France, captured on 2 November 2012 © Astrium
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