What is a satellites’ final task? The achievements of a decommissioned Super Low Altitude Test Satellite (SLATS)
Where do retired artificial satellites go when they completed their duties in space? The operation of Super Low Altitude Test Satellite (SLATS) was finalized on October 1, 2019. In this article, we will explain SLATS last job and how to interpret its observation data.
Data Science competition of Sea ice detection : its purpose points on images
On October 4th, 2019, the "3rd Tellus Satellite Challenge", a satellite data analysis competition, began at SIGNATE. The theme of this contest is "detection of the sea-ice area." This article will explain the purpose and points to be considered on images.
Vessel Detection— Introduction of the analytical approaches used by the winners of the 2nd satellite data analysis contest
We are going to introduce the analytical approaches used by the top three winners in the “Tellus Satellite Challenge”, a vessel detection algorithm competition using satellite data.
[How to Use Tellus from Scratch] How do you get an image larger than a map tile? Four tips on handling map tiles
We have shown you how to handle data on JupyterLab in the "Tellus from Scratch" posts. We often use the word "map tile" in these posts. Now, we'll tell you some useful techniques to deal with map tiles with JupyterLab on Tellus.
[How to Use Tellus from Scratch] Get data from the Automated Meteorological Data Acquisition System (AMeDAS) on JupyterLab
You can get observed data values at one-minute intervals of rain, anemometers, thermometers, sunshine recorders and snow gauges of the Automated Meteorological Data Acquisition System (AMeDAS) on Tellus. In this post, we'll show you how to get this AMeDAS data using JupyterLab on Tellus.
【Tellus ver1.2 has brought you new and enhanced tools!】New features and how to use them
On June 28, 2019, we released ver1.1 of the satellite data platform "Tellus". Let's look at new features of the updated Tellus OS and how to use them.