🔭 In case you missed it - December 2023 🔭

  • 17 January 2024
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🔭 In case you missed it - December 2023 🔭
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2023 has ended and 2024 has already begun! If you have missed the latest news & social media posts from Planet in December 2023, don’t worry we’ve got you covered! Make sure that you follow our social media accounts to see all the exciting news coming in the future. We want to take a moment to show you some highlights from the last month!


Social Media 


"Today we are facing unprecedented food insecurity around the world," says Inbal Becker-Reshef, Director of NASA Harvest, NASA's global food security and agriculture program.

Read this post to learn more about how NASA Harvest is helping inform global decisions around food security using Planet data and more! 




Planet has partnered with the UAE SSpace Agency to begin the creation of a Loss and Damage Atlas, aiming to enable climate vulnerable countries to quantify national impacts of climate change & stimulate financial programs for climate adaptation. Check out the video attached to this tweet!


Additionally, don’t forget to check our tweets on #ScienceWednesday! You can find interesting scientific stories as well as how Planet data is used in different cases. 



This post features a Skysat image showing the Self Similar project in Abu Dhabi created by land artist Jim Denevan including 448 pyramids. 



In the News 📰

New York Times: Where Israel’s tanks have invaded southern Gaza


Mapscaping: Planet – Imaging Everything, Every Day … Almost

Planet’s Senior Product Manager Justin Davis talks on the Mapscaping podcast about how our satellites capture the Earth daily and how AI is accelerating our analytical work. Justin dives into our road and building detection work and shares how analysts can track ghost ships with our data. Check it out!




Blogs and Newsletters 

Planet Pulse

Check out this Planet Pulse article written by Joe Mascaro, Director of Science Programs at Planet to get to the insights of American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting 2023 and see the work of some Planet data users at AGU. 


Planet Snapshots

Issue 103: 2023 in Images looks back at the year’s defining images seen from above. 



You can sign up for Planet’s weekly newsletter! Planet Snapshot delivers Planet's top content and industry news in a mix of dynamic story-driven bites and deep-dives every Thursday morning.


That’s a wrap for the month of December! We wish you a wonderful January and a new year! !

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