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DEIMOS-1 captured Larsen C from space

DEIMOS-1 captured Larsen C from space

July 17, 2017

An image captured by the Earth Observation satellite Deimos-1 shows Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf and the recently calved A68 iceberg breaking into pieces.


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The image was released by the Earth Observation company Deimos Imaging, a subsidiary of the Canadian UrtheCast Corp., and captured by its satellite Deimos-1 on July 14, 2017.

Deimos Imaging serves the rapidly evolving geospatial and geoanalytics markets with a wide range of information-rich products and services. It owns and operates the Deimos-1 and Deimos-2 satellites, and it processes and distributes data and value-added products from the PanGeo Alliance members.


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