Planet operates the largest-ever fleet of Earth-imaging satellites to frequently image the entire planet and provide open access to that information.
Founded in 2010 by a team of ex-NASA scientists, Planet Labs is driven by a mission to image the entire Earth every day, and provide universal access to that data. Planet Labs satellites are collecting a radical new data set with endless, real-world applications such as measuring agricultural yields, monitoring natural resources and aiding first responders after natural disasters. By operating the largest-ever constellation of Earth-imaging satellites, Planet Labs believes that timely, global imagery will empower informed, deliberate and meaningful stewardship of our planet.
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