How cartographers helped clean up after 9/11

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3 Responses to “How cartographers helped clean up after 9/11”

  1. hughstimson says:

    In 2002 I was a remote sensing conference held by JPL in Pasadena. It was the first time the people who had flown the thermal and hyperspectral sensors over the WTC ruins publicly told the story of being the only plane in the sky, and what it was like to be ground truthing down below.

    It was easily the most interesting talk that day.

  2. trevorr says:

    Google Earth may not have existed, but Earthviewer3D by Keyhole, Inc did. (which was later purchased by Google to create Google Earth).

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