For a few years, PlanetObserver has been developing a collection of ready-to-use satellite pictures distributed by a network of image banks active on all continents.

Available as HD files, PlanetObserver images are used by customers from many industries, from advertising to communication, and publishing to broadcasting.

Should it be for a media plan, documentary film, website or textbook, our satellite pictures are perfect for a large scope of applications.

The range of images is much diversified:

  • countries, regions and cities
  • views of the Earth and globes, both day and night
  • natural sites (such as major volcanoes)
  • touristic sites (e.g. Mount-Saint-Michel in France)
  • many UNESCO World Heritage sites
  • impact of man (agriculture, deforestation, etc.)
  • natural phenomena (hurricanes, etc.)

Riche de plus de 3000 images, notre collection vient de s’étoffer de près de 500 nouvelles photos satellite.

The highlights of the new collection:

  • Up-to-date satellite images of all major cities across the world
  • Impressive views showing urban expansion over the years
  • World and continents at night
  • A new selection of great hurricanes
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Up-to-date satellite images of all major cities across the world

Lyon, France

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Impressive views showing urban expansion

Doha, Qatar (2002-2014)

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World and continents at night

Europe

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A new selection of great hurricanes

Hurricane Leslie

Check out the image gallery and discover the wide diversity of PlanetObserver satellite pictures.

Here are a few image banks we partner with: Science Photo Library, Getty Images, Masterfile, Aflo, Superstock, Photoreseachers and many others.

To find out more, don’t hesitate to call us at +33 (0) 4 73 44 19 00 or use our inquiry contact form in the contact page.

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