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A U.S. satellite imagery company and IHS Jane's share an annotated photo of Iran's newly disclosed underground nuclear facility at the center of diplomatic controversy.
Google Maps and Google Earth will get a new infusion of higher-resolution imagery from the GeoEye-1 satellite, due to launch from a California Air Force base September 4.
Google, which is buying GeoEye's high-resolution imagery for online maps, is starting to offer a taste of images from the company's newest satellite.
The first image has arrived from the GeoEye-1 satellite, which will supply new high-resolution imagery to Google Maps and other customers.
Hoping to see a space shot of President Barack Obama's inauguration? Unfortunately, the weather ruined any opportunity at a good image, but astronauts snapped some relevant pictures to whet your whistle.
The satellite that will supply Google with high-resolution imagery caught a glimpse of Obama's inauguration from 423 miles up.
The search titan has exclusive rights among online mapping sites to images from the new GeoEye-1 satellite, which launched Saturday.
Want to get up close and personal with the Obama inauguration? Check out a massive gigapixel image of the event, courtesy of the Washington Post.
With the one-year anniversary of Japan's nuclear disaster approaching, an independent panel says Tepco and the nuclear industry had a false sense of security.
GeoEye and DigitalGlobe, which count Microsoft and Google as clients, stand to earn more than $3 billion each for long-term projects focused on improving satellite photographic abilities.