Posts By
Brittany Zajic

Curious Planeteer working to make the Earth's changes visible, accessible and actionable.

How Flood Mapping from Space Protects the Vulnerable and Can Save Lives


In late 2017, in the town of Impfondo in the Republic of the Congo (RoC), five thousand people were victims of a major flood. Tragically, as is often the case in the world’s under-resourced communities, the Congolese government lacked sufficient resources to detect and monitor such an event, and a full three […]

Irma and Harvey Satellite Data Available for Access


Two hurricanes—Harvey and Irma—have made landfall in the southern United States in succession. In response, we’re working hard to make our satellite data available to everyone that needs it. Flooding in western Houston, captured on August 31, 2017 Right now customers, volunteers, humanitarian organizations, and other coordinating bodies, can access and download […]

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