Commercial satellite company DigitalGlobe’s new, higher-resolution imaging satellite is undergoing final tests ahead of its projected August launch date, officials said Tuesday.
Investigators are traveling to the Indian Ocean to get a closer look at possible debris spotted in the water in the search for a missing Malaysian Airlines jet that’s been missing for nearly two weeks. The images come from DigitalGlobe, a satellite imagery company in Longmont.
Two possible objects from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane spotted in the southern Indian Ocean came from commercial satellite imagery provided by DigitalGlobe.
A Colorado company says about 600,000 people have scanned its satellite images for clues to the fate of a Malaysia Airlines jetliner that disappeared Saturday.