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DigitalGlobe Wish List: Sell 1/4 Meter Imagery, Increase Satellite Orbit

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Tuesday, September 3rd 2013


During the lazy hazy days of August, when many people were vacationing, two of DigitalGlobe’s plans became public. One is a request to NOAA to distribute higher resolution data and a second has to do with changing the orbit on one of its satellites. Our editors explore these plans and their implications.

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DigitalGlobe Seeks Government Permission to Sell 1/4 Meter Imagery, Plans to Change GeoEye-1 Orbit Height - All Points Blog


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