From Japan’s erupting rock to Iraq’s vanishing marshes, here’s a look at some remarkable phenomena users have discovered since Google and TIME unveiled three decades of satellite imagery in May. Timelapse: Landsat Satellite Images of Climate Change, via Google Earth Engine.
Google has teamed up with its satellite imagery provider, GeoEye, to create updated satellite images of Japan since the devastating earthquake and tsunami hit. Google has integrated the images into both Google Earth, using a KML fil... Read Post
From Las Vegas to Arctic glaciers, navigate through time and space as you explore changes to Earth’s surface over the last three decades. Timelapse: Landsat Satellite Images of Climate Change, via Google Earth Engine. Read Post
The Landsat program involves a series of successive satellites that each take tens of thousands of pictures of Earth over their life time. The first Landsat satellite was launched into orbit in 1972, which makes the Landsat program ... Read Post