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.
Displaying Sentinel-2 image on a Leaflet map
Basic Leaflet example To keep it as simple as possible we’ll use the Leaflet landing page example that can be found at https://leafletjs.com/ Now without changing the location or any other parameters, the question is… How do we put Sentinel-2 image on a Leaflet Map using API.spectator.earth? First, we’ll need a Sentinel-2 image for London,…
Satellite image browsing history, new channels view and better sharing.
Organise, save and share. As the first update of 2021, we bring to you a new way to handle your observations, make it easier to share what you see and automatically store your browsing history for later. Saving observation state From now on when you’re working on your observations, all changes and settings will be…
One last thing before 2021 – new features and improvements to prepare for what’s coming next!
Before you pop your champagne bottle, saying goodbye to a very – well, let’s just say, peculiar year – check out new features prepared for you as the last upgrade in 2020. Area coverage and visibility bars for quick filtering To make it easier for you to find the right imagery, we’ve added…
Trending areas and a calendar for satellite overpasses – the October update released!
What’s new? In case you were wondering what are the hottest locations for satellite monitoring recently – we got you covered! We have just released a new version of the app, which includes an option to display trending areas all around the world. We hope this will help when trying to stay up-to-date with the…
Satellite overpasses and imagery notifications – a new version of spectator.earth is out!
What’s new? Spectator allows you to track satellites, access their imagery and easily build new information, based on data from this amazing orbital infrastructure. However, as you grow your collection of observations, it’s becoming more and more difficult to track what’s happening in all of your areas of interest. We know it, you know it,…