🔭 In case you missed it - February 2024 🔭

  • 4 March 2024
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🔭 In case you missed it - February 2024 🔭
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February has ended and January has already begun! If you have missed the latest news & social media posts from Planet in February, 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 


Despite existing just 400 km (250 mi) east from the African continent, Madagascar might as well be on another planet. For the past 80 million years it has evolved into a biodiversity hotspot, with more than 90% of its species endemic to the island.

Throw a dart at a map of Madagascar—or scroll around Google Maps as a digital equivalent—and you’re destined to hit something interesting. Here’s where our darts have landed. Check out this post to explore our imagery in the comments. 




Check out this tweet published on the last Valentine’s Day, featuring winding streets of snowy Paris.


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. 



Planet satellites captured this striking false color image of lava flow in Grindavik Iceland in February. 



In the News 📰

The Washington Post: Drone that killed three in Jordan likely went undetected



Payload: Understanding AI’s Impact on Space Data with Planet’s Head of Product



LA Times: Analysis shows destruction and possible buffer zone along Gaza Strip’s border with Israel



Blogs and Newsletters 

Planet Pulse

Planet’s mission is to democratize access to near-daily satellite imagery and create a searchable interface of Earth, allowing organizations to visualize and understand the changes happening on our planet. We’re thrilled to announce that PlanetScope, our flagship satellite imaging product, is now available on Google Cloud Marketplace. Check out this Planet Pulse article for more information. 


Planet Snapshots

Issue 112: Atlas: Madagascar featured the island of Madagascar, monitoring nuclear weapon activity with satellites and a little known island quiz.


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 February! We wish you a wonderful March!

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