Category Archives: Disaster Response

High Resolution Satellite Company Offers Images For Environmental Monitoring Campaigns

Satellite Imaging Corporation Helps Companies Discover More From Above For many companies, understanding what’s happening on the ground no [...]

Satellite Images of Typhoon Haiyan Path of Destruction

WorldView-2 (0.5m) Satellite Images Before and After Typhoon Haiyan, Philippines Click on image to view before and after images (Image Copyr [...]

Pleiades-1B Satellite Successfully Launched

Pleiades-1B is the second dual-use, very-high-resolution satellite for the Pleiades constellation. Pleiades-1B Satellite Sensor (Image credi [...]

Pleiades-1A Satellite Captures First Panchromatic Images

Pleiades-1 (0.5m) satellite sensor captured the first panchromatic satellite images after its successful launch from Kourou launch site (Fre [...]

Damage from Devastating Post EF5 Tornado that Hit Joplin Missouri

This aerial photograph captured the post damage of an Enhanced Fujita Scale (EF-5) tornado that hit Joplin, Missouri on May 22, 2011, one of [...]

Satellite Images Show Mississippi River Flooding Disaster

High resolution Satellite Images show the devastating floods of the Mississippi River in the Midwest hitting Arkansas to Tennessee, and Miss [...]

Satellite Image of Devastating EF 4 Tornado Damage in Alabama

Satellite image captured the destruction of a EF4 tornado that hit Tuscaloosa, Alabama and other areas of the South on Wednesday April 27th. [...]

ALOS Satellite Sensor Power Reduction

ALOS the Advanced Land Observing Satellite, renamed “Daichi” operated by JAXA (Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency) shifted its operat [...]

Satellite Images of Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Damage Before and After

Satellite images captured the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami damages in result of a 8.9-magnitude earthquake that hit northern Japan ea [...]

Satellite Images Capture Toxic Red Sludge in Hungary an Environmental Disaster

Satellite Images captured the environmental disaster of a contaminated waste reservoir that gave way to 24.7 million cubic feet of toxic red [...]
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