After years of major capital investment, the number of active SAR satellites has begun to grow exponentially, thanks in part to the commercial rocket industry making it easier to hitch a ride to space.
Ursa Space's Daniela Moody and Daniel Baruch were guests recently on the Alternative Data Podcast. In the episode, they discussed with host Mark Fleming-Williams how data derived from synthetic aperture radar (SAR) is being used to help make sense of the physical world.
Ursa Space's Daniela Moody and Daniel Baruch were guests recently on the Alternative Data Podcast. In the episode, they discussed with host Mark Fleming-Williams how data derived from synthetic aperture radar (SAR) is being used to help make sense of the physical world.Read More
It was a year like no other. A global pandemic altered daily life for everyone. Here’s a month-to-month recap of changes we revealed from space in 2020.Read More
Six years ago, Adam Maher took a huge risk on an idea he believed in: making synthetic aperture radar (SAR) satellites and their stand-apart abilities more available to commercial and government customers. Ursa Space has since grown from his parents’ basement to one of the 10 HottestRead More
Ursa Space analyzed two major dam collapses in Brazil using satellite imagery. In both incidents, involving the Fundão Dam (2015), also known as the Mariana dam collapse, and the Brumadinho Dam (2019), a tailings dam suffered a catastrophic failure, unleashing a toxic flood of waterwaterRead More
A blockade that caused Libya’s oil industry to collapse in 2020 was partly lifted by rebel commander Khalifa Haftar in mid-September. Oil production has reportedly increased. How can satellite imagery reveal what’s happening?Read More
Brian Barris, Senior Imaging Specialist, and Corey Miller, Head of Research and Development, discuss how they used satellite-based, synthetic aperture radar (SAR) to detect the oil spill off the coast of Mauritius in August to assist clean-up efforts.Read More