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A Massive Imagery Archive

Explore our ever-growing imagery archive dating back to 2009.

Satellite Imagery Archive

What could you do with petabytes of Earth imagery? One of the largest satellite imagery archives now lives on the web; and it’s growing every day. Gain instant access to the 8 billion square kilometer RapidEye archive.

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The seven-year, 8 billion square kilometer RapidEye archive.

We've got you covered. Our tasked RapidEye constellation has the capability to collect 5 million km2 of the most current and high-quality imagery every day. And, at full capacity, our Dove monitoring constellation will collect a daily image of the Earth's landmass—that’s 150 million square kilometers every day.

  • Train machine learning and computer vision algorithms
  • Build better predictive models with an enormous dataset
  • Detect global change and assess worldwide trends

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You can still access the original EyeFind catalog browser to search and view all the images collected and stored in the RapidEye archive over a defined area of interest.

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