People First and Values: A Message from BlackSky CEO Brian E. O’Toole

The Executive team at BlackSky and I want to state with 100% conviction that we condemn racism and discrimination in any form. When we look at individuals along with teams and partners, we see differences in sex, color, creed, national origin, political affiliation,...

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BlackSky Satellites Deliver First Images Within 58 Hours of Launch

Our fifth and sixth satellites launched into orbit on August 7 and began delivering imagery 58 hours after launch, which is unprecedented. Those satellites in conjunction with the advanced analytics offered by our Spectra AI platform, have allowed BlackSky to provide our customers with high velocity insights that were previously unattainable. In less than a week!

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The Road to Launch: Team Reflections on What our 5th and 6th Smallsat Launch Means to Us

If you’ve been part of our Road to Launch campaign, then you’ve already been introduced to some of the amazing team members that make up the BlackSky family. With the incredible launch of our 5th and 6th smallsats now behind us we can take a breath, dish out a few high-fives, raise a glass, and celebrate. For a moment.

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Black Lives Matter: A Message From BlackSky CEO Brian O’Toole

As a people-first company we categorically condemn racism and discrimination. We are at a moment that goes beyond empathy. This moment requires that we acknowledge and deeply understand the realities that exist for every individual and their communities. We must...

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BlackSky Monitors Volcanic Eruption in Kamchatka

Kambalny Volcano on Kamchatka Peninsula Erupts: BlackSky Platform Monitors Changes Satellite imagery is crucially important for responding to crisis events like natural disasters. While we usually focus on high-resolution imagery for monitoring crises, the BlackSky platform also gives us access to “low-medium” resolution sensors like Landsat-8 and Sentinel-2. These multispectral sensors can be useful for crisis … Continued

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