The Intel Lab adds a new string to its bow, Capella Space SAR Imageries !

Updated: Mar 24

Recently The Intel Lab became Capella Space Reseller in Israel, and West Africa. Capella Space SAR imageries will enable The Intel Lab and its customers to achieve Very High Resolution Persistent Monitoring, Everywhere on the Globe, Day and Night, independent of the Weather, Every Day, 365 Days a Year, with 3 Satellites in Orbit, two more going up in Q2 and two more going up later half of 2021 and with Tasking capability provided to the customers.

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This SAR image of the Axum Airport shows 23 trenches dug perpendicularly across the runway to prevent its usage during the Ethiopian Tigray conflict. A zoomed in view displays the individual trenches in contrast to the dark tarmac as well as debris cluttering the runway’s surface. The airport was recaptured by Ethiopian government forces from the TPLF who were accused of sabotaging the airfield before losing control to federal forces.
Aksum Airport, Ethiopia

This image of the Roswell International Air Center shows the airport along with a “boneyard” where American Airlines retires its McDonnell Douglas MD-80 aircraft and Airbus A300-600R jetliners. The aircraft and shadows reveal granular details such as the size of a fuselage, cockpit, wings, and engines.
Roswell International Air Center, New Mexico

SAR imagery captures the Jiuquan Launch Center where China recently launched its new commercial CERES-1 rocket. The spaceport’s launchpad areas and vertical assembly area are clearly visible in the radar image and a zoomed in version shows the launch pad.
Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, China