Monthly Archives: December 2010

New GeoEye High Resolution Imagery of Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico available on Flickr!

Now available, High Resolution Satellite Earth Imagery of Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico on Flickr presented by GeoEye.

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New GeoEye High Resolution Imagery Released of Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico

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A new image of the GeoEye-1 collection of Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico has just been released on the GeoEye website.

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Satellite Image of St. Peter’s Basilica – GeoEye Featured in Visions of Earth Photo Blog

IKONOS Satellite Image (0.8 m) – St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City, Rome, Italy. To view satellite image in full resolution click on image. (Image Copyright GeoEye and Courtesy of Satellite Imaging Corporation) Old St. Peter’s Basilica was the fourth-century church begun by the Emperor Constantine between 326 and 333 AD. This church had been built over the small shrine believed to mark the burial place of St. Peter. It contained a very large number of burials and memorials, including those of most of the popes from St. Peter to the 15th century. Originally founded by Constantine in 324, St. Peter’s Basilica was rebuilt in the 16th century by Renaissance masters including Bramante, Michelangelo and Bernini…

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Clooney’s ‘Antigenocide Paparazzi’: Watching Sudan – GeoEye High Resolution Imagery Featured in TIME Article

Clooney, the actor, and Prendergast, a human-rights activist with 25 years of experience in Africa, had heard enough on their seven-day visit to know that a new round of atrocities could follow the January referendum on independence. If it did, the likelihood was that no one would be held accountable. Why not, Clooney asked, “work out some sort of a deal to spin a satellite” above southern Sudan and let the world watch to see what happens?…You don’t have to be a spook to have an eye in the sky anymore. Private firms with names like GeoEye, DigitalGlobe and ImageSat International have a half-dozen “birds” circling the globe every 90 minutes in low-Earth orbit, about 297 miles (478 km) up. The best images from these satellites display about 8 sq. in. (50 sq. cm) of the ground in each pixel on a computer screen. That is not enough granularity to read a car’s license plate or ID a person, but analysts can tell the difference between cars and trucks and track the movements of troops or horses. “It is Google Earth on lots of steroids,” says Lars Bromley, a top U.N. imagery analyst…

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Cape Canaveral Image Available on GeoEye Poster Store

Travel the world with GeoEye! You can own this satellite image of Cape Canaveral, Florida. Visit the Poster Store to check out the GeoEye Imagery Collection

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Disaster Response – GeoEye Imagery Collection Uses

The ability to respond quickly and effectively to an emergency situation is crucial when saving lives. GeoEye high resolution imagery becomes a powerful tool for emergency managers who need key visual information as to how far the damage extends, who was affected, and what resources are needed to provide critical assistance…

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GeoEye Imagery Collection Showcase

Collecting and delivering superior multi-resolution imagery products. Current and historical geospatial imagery from GeoEye provides timely and vital insight for commercial, research and government applications. As your trusted imagery experts, we offer a wide range of imagery products collected by our constellation of high-resolution satellites and aerial systems and intended to match your specific resolution requirements and geospatial interests – anywhere in the world. Our most advanced satellite imagery, collected by GeoEye-1, has a resolution of .41 meters (.50 meters for commercial customers), able to discern a 16-inch object on the ground…

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