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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.

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We created a Puzzle app using data on Tellus

This app was created to make people more familiar with SAR data and optical data on Tellus.

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Using Tellus on Jupyter Notebook: snow condition analysis

Since API on Tellus is now available, we would like to introduce some functions of Jupyter Notebook through analyzing snow conditions.

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[How to Use Tellus from Scratch] What you can do with the Satellite Data Platform and its Basic Operations.

Below is a tutorial article on the satellite data platform Tellus released on December 21, 2018. This would be an enjoyable introductory article even for those who have never dealt with satellite data.

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Space Development x Venture Company List Japan Version, 2019

This year the Japanese space ventures such as ispace, Axelspace, Infostellar or Umitron, are raising funds to accelerate their business one after another. After a year of such a rapid change, Sorabatake will update and introduce Space Development x Venture Companies List Japan Version, 2017 which we have released before!