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Night-time light data for the world, from NOAA’s DMSP (Defense Meteorological Satellite Program) sensor
Tsunami Animation: Courtesy: National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
It took about 2hrs and 20 mins to reach the coast of Madras, india
I think the importance of this research was really brought home after the tsunami, the Digital globe images were in papers and on the news, as it was difficult for reporters to get into the effected areas, and even then, difficult to express the magnitude of the damage.
I think the importance of this research was really brought home after the tsunami, the Digital globe images were in papers and on the news, as it was difficult for reporters to get into the effected areas, and even then, difficult to express the magnitude of the damage.
Before Imagery, 13 January 2004: Blue Village Pakarang Resort, Khaolak, Thailand (IKONOS Image courtesy Space Imaging/ CRISP-Singapore)
After Imagery, 29 December 2004: Blue Village Pakarang Resort, Khaolak, Thailand
Before Imagery, 13 January 2004: Blue Village Pakarang Resort, Khaolak, Thailand (IKONOS Image courtesy Space Imaging/ CRISP-Singapore)
After Imagery, 29 December 2004: Blue Village Pakarang Resort, Khaolak, Thailand