Posts By
Jenna Mukuno

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

Clear for Analysis with Planet’s New Usable Data Masks

Tech

For the wealth of information optical satellite imagery contains, there will always remain a stubborn share of pixels that aren’t super helpful for analysis. Clouds (which cover around two-thirds of the Earth on any given day), shadows cast from clouds, haze, and snow can preclude us from accurately seeing what’s on the […]

We’ve Miniaturized. Now It’s Time to Mega-size.

Stories

Last fall, Planet completed Mission 1: imaging the Earth’s entire landmass every single day. It was a landmark achievement and a first in the history of humanity. But the big question on everyone’s minds since has been, Now what? We’ve kept intentionally quiet over the past few months, but today, we’re ready […]

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