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  • 6 most interesting observations from November

    The continuation of wildfires Since regions in South America are generally struggling with droughts, wildfires are occurring there almost every time of the year. Now during fall, we can find examples of forest fires burning all over the world, but many of the registered fires are happening mostly in South America. One of the spotted…

  • Highlights of most interesting observations in October 2022

    Highlights of most interesting observations from October 2022 Here’s a summary of our curated observations from the last month. Observations are based on Copernicus Sentinel-2 satellites’ acquisitions. October was not as varied by sudden atmospheric changes as the summer but still presented us with many astonishing observations.   The continuation of wildfires With the beginning…

  • Top satellite-based observations of September 2022

    Highlights of September 2022 Here’s a summary of our highlighted satellite observations from last month. On September 25th we celebrated World Rivers Day. Rivers provide us with drinking water, irrigation, transportation, and much more. We should take this opportunity to discuss and focus on possible threats and dangers, such as pollution or the long-term effects of increasingly…

  • Wildfires, floods and volcanic activity – highlights of satellite observations from August 2022

    Highlights of August 2022 Below you’ll find a summary of the most interesting satellite-based observations collected in August with the use of Copernicus Sentinel-2 satellites. The ongoing droughts all over the world are stretching water supplies thinner and thinner, while in other parts heavy rainstorms are causing devastating flooding at a scale that can be…

  • Top satellite-based observations of July 2022

    Highlights of July 2022 Here’s a summary of our highlighted satellite observations from last month. In July we focused mostly on events resulting from the effects of global climate change and also a couple of military-related observations.   Season of heat July is the month of heat in many parts of the world. This year…

  • Top satellite-based observations of June 2022

    Highlights of June 2022 Here’s a summary of our observations from last month. On June 8th we celebrated World Oceans Day. We should take this as an opportunity to think about how to prevent pollution and save oceanic ecosystems. This month we could also observe many wildfires worldwide caused by the pervasive high temperatures and…

  • Top satellite-based observations of May 2022

    Highlights of May 2022 Here’s a summary of our observations from last month. Besides amazing views of beautiful places on our planet, we could observe heavy rainfalls in Queensland, melting glaciers or explosive volcano activity.     Examples of the latest visible changes in satellite images Satellite images allow you to monitor recent changes over…

  • Most interesting satellite observations of April 2022

    Highlights of April 2022   Here’s a summary of our highlighted satellite observations from last month. We try to focus on many environmental threats and important events, but also just the beauty of our planet from a bigger perspective.   Earth Day Celebration   This year while celebrating Earth Day we focused on how human…

  • A new version is out! HR imagery, layers control, Landsat-9

    The long wait is over – your most requested feature is here! We wanted to add it for a long time. Then we asked you guys about the most missing feature, and over 60% pointed to high-resolution imagery. It took us a while but here it is! Ordering high-resolution imagery from the app From now…

  • June updates to app.spectator.earth!

    In the June update, we bring to you a couple of functionalities that will make exploring the data in the app easier and save you time when trying to get the images you’re looking for as fast as possible.