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Planet Labs

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    2023-07-30

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Is Planet Labs a lucrative investment right now?

Satellogic vs BlackSky & Planet Labs - Which Is the BEST Satellite Imagery Stock?

Planet Labs projects 40% growth rate over next five years

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  • Please change my mind
    There are also private businesses that rely on satellites that have to orbit around earth taking images of the ground from space at THOUSANDS!!! Of miles above the atmosphere. These businesses include Maxar, Planet (planet.com), and various others where customers buy imagery from these satellites for agriculture, military, etc. There's more in their websites (https://www.planet.com/markets/ and... Source: over 1 year ago
  • Pricing climate risks in portfolios
    Yes I think the agriculture sector will be a big one. I was looking at planet.com and it looks like one of their envisioned use cases is for monitoring agriculture yields. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Ukraine Discussion/Question Thread - 8/8/22+
    It was not ammunition strike there are 3 craters visible from planet.com images and the 4th one in the building and possibly the 5th one in the warehouse. Three hit the parkway and pretty much shredded every aircraft, if you zoom on the airplane next to the hangar it was the farthest away and it was cut in half others pretty much melted or got shredded. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Another interesting satellite imagery resource.
    So I just came across this website, planet.com that has some satellite imagery of the pianista/jungle area. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Mysterious fire in Kursk, Russia as videos show huge tower of black smoke
    Anyone got a planet.com subscription? I have one, but I don't want to risk it getting taken away as it's for specific use only. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Near-real-time satellite imagery for trip-planning ...
    Planet.com has monthly scans of the earth that is free to explore at 3m per pixel, but you need to register with a free account. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Up to Date Aerial Photos
    More recent than those options, maybe planet.com? Not sure how much their subscription or testing would cost for you to obtain an aerial for this area. And planet normal satellite imagery is pretty bad resolution wise. Depends on what you're needing it for though. Source: over 2 years ago
  • I am Will Marshall, CEO of Planet, and I’m here to talk to you about going to space to build a data company using the world’s largest fleet of Earth observation satellites. Ask Me Anything!
    u/LemonsAreGoodForYou we are hiring designers as well btw :) That req looks to not be on the website yet but we are hiring—my initials at planet.com if you want to email directly. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Blazing fire on surface of Gulf of Mexico
    Wouldn't surprise me if it did happen. It's probably visible from space and could be detected based on daily imagery via a service like https://planet.com or some such. - Source: Hacker News / almost 3 years ago
  • Where have the inline speed staking communities gone?
    Yes. inlineplanet.com has been inactive for ages. Source: about 3 years ago
  • There’s “Google Earth” but i’m hoping someone will make “Google Earth History” where you can select a year then zoom around the planet. Which ancient city would you be roaming around?
    If you’re willing to pay for it, Planet Labs https://planet.com has Planet Explorer. They have near daily imagery of most of the Earth going back the better part of 10 years. Explorer is a similar to Google Earth in the interface and you can move around the globe at a selected time. Source: about 3 years ago

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