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Resource ID: #611
Subject: 299
Source: 1494Brian Jacobs; Derek Watkins; Al Shaw
Date: 2015



In this panel we'll discuss the basics of remote sensing and how recent and historic satellite data can be used in data-driven projects. Space agencies are actively making this data more readily accessible to the public and it can be used to create beautiful and revealing images of anywhere in the world. In projects at The New York Times and ProPublica, we've used this imagery to tell visual and geographic stories, integrating it with other geographic datasets and on-the-ground reporting. We'll discuss how we acquired the data from NASA data centers along with the visual and programmatic techniques that can be used to process it.

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