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[How to Use Tellus from Scratch] Obtain high-resolution images from “TSUBAME” (SLATS), using Jupyter Notebook.

We would like to introduce and explain how to obtain high-resolution images from the Super Low Altitude Test Satellite “TSUBAME” (SLATS), using Jupyter Notebook on Tellus.

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Satellite Images from “TSUBAME” Taken Everyday for a Month Released in Tellus!

Satellite data from JAXA’s Super Low Altitude Test Satellite “TSUBAME”(SLATS) is now released in Tellus! We will show the SORABATAKE style of enjoying the images taken from “TSUBAME”.

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API Available in the Developing Environment of Tellus

Since API is now available on Tellus, we would like to introduce some functions of the Jupyter Notebook through vegetation analysis.

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When Is Tokyo Disney Land Least Crowded? Congestion Prediction Challenge Using Free Satellite Data (Part 1)

When Is Tokyo Disney Land Least Crowded? Congestion Prediction Challenge Using Free Satellite Data (Part 1)

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Where Is the Farthest Visible Point of Mt. Fuji? Analysis Using Elevation Data!

Have you ever wondered, “where is the farthest visible point of Mt. Fuji?”, meaning which areas of Japan can view Mt. Fuji. This time, we Sorabatake members asked Mr. Nagai, assistant professor of Waseda University who wrote the Google Earth Engine article for us before, if it is able to search it using satellite data.

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Where can we observe shooting stars? Find your nearest stargazing spot using satellite data!

Have you seen shooting stars before? According to the survey carried out by Sorabatake, 20% of answerers responded that they have been wanting to, but never have seen shooting stars before. If that is the case, we will introduce you how to search for stargazing spot using satellite data.