Kashagan Oil Field, July 14, 2016

art Blog Posts

A SuperDove Watches Over the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

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In February, one SuperDove was deployed into a space a little closer to home than usual—in the renowned Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City. However, in response to COVID-19, the museum temporarily closed soon after our SuperDove was put on display. That said, today is World Art […]

An Artful Planet

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From our earliest days as a company, Planet has integrated the arts into many aspects of what we do. Original artwork covers our satellites, radomes and launch vehicles. It adorns our walls. It is produced by outside artists who are invited to participate in our Artists-in-Residence program. It’s made together by our […]

Rachelle Reichert’s Atmospheric Art

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Over the past three months Rachelle Reichert, Planet’s Artist in Residence, has been carefully crafting delicate graphite drawings in Planet’s San Francisco office, taking inspiration from the satellite imagery flowing into our platform. Let Rachelle, in her own words, walk you what she’s been working on at Planet:

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