Satellite Imagery Samples
January 2019

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Belated Happy Valentine’s day!  Mo’orea is a South Pacific island and a part of French Polynesia’s Society Islands archipelago. It is known for its jagged volcanic mountains and sandy beaches. Image was captured by the satellite on 23-Jan-2019. To get access to this and more satellite imagery check out our website or the android app. 

This time lapse shows the creation of the Lower Se San 2 Dam and the reservoir resulting from it. The hydroelectric dam has been built on the Se San River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in northeastern Cambodia. Satellite Imagery accessed are from April 2017 and December 2018.

11-June-2018

Lake of the Ozarks is a large reservoir created by impounding the Osage River in the northern part of the Ozarks in central Missouri. Extents of three smaller tributaries to the Osage are included in the impoundment: the Niangua River, Grandglaize Creek, and Gravois Creek.  t the time of construction it was the largest man made Lake in the United States, and one of the largest in the world.

Image was captured by the satellite on 11-June-2018. Get access to satellite imagery of anywhere around the world through our website: farmonaut.com

12-Jan-2019

More than 10,000 years ago, the rising waters at the end of the last great Ice Age led to a series of enormous caverns being engulfed by the Caribbean Sea. Geological forces created what is now known as the Belize Blue Hole, a nearly perfectly circular expanse of sapphire water measuring 300 meters (980 feet) across and 125 meters (410 feet) deep. The Belize Blue Hole lies in the center of an offshore atoll called Lighthouse Reef, an island of coral 60 miles from Belize City.

Image was captured by the satellite on 12-Jan-2019. Get access to satellite imagery of anywhere around the world through our website: farmonaut.com

16-Jan-2019

ore than 10,000 years ago, the rising waters at the end of the last great Ice Age led to a series of enormous caverns being engulfed by the Caribbean Sea. Geological forces created what is now known as the Belize Blue Hole, a nearly perfectly circular expanse of sapphire water measuring 300 meters (980 feet) across and 125 meters (410 feet) deep. The Belize Blue Hole lies in the center of an offshore atoll called Lighthouse Reef, an island of coral 60 miles from Belize City.

Image was captured by the satellite on 12-Jan-2019. Get access to satellite imagery of anywhere around the world through our website: farmonaut.com

12-Jan-2019

The Elephant Foot Glacier is a perfect example of a Piedmont Glacier which occurs when steep valley glaciers spill into flat plains where they spread out into bulb-like lobes or elephant foot.

Get access to latest and historical satellite imagery of any place around the world through our website: farmonaut.com

9-Jan-2019

A new article providing a comprehensive analysis of what, where and how the satellite imagery accessed through our system can be used is released! In each article we explore a few satellite imagery bands in detail with their applications.

https://farmonaut.com/applications-of-satellite-imagery-2

7-Jan-2019

A new article providing a comprehensive analysis of what, where and how the satellite imagery accessed through our system can be used is released! In each article we explore a few satellite imagery bands in detail with their applications.

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