Planet provides data to federal civilian agencies under NASA contract


Researchers delving into climate change, biodiversity loss and other topics through work funded by U.S. federal civilian agencies and the National Science Foundation will have access to Planet Earth-observation data through September 2022, under a NASA contract announced Sept. 14. SpaceNews (SpaceNews.com) More More

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