Changelog (Archived)


July 04 2023

Tasking Dashboard Updates

Improvements 🙌🏻

  • Add support for dark mode

June 27, 2023

Decommissioned SkySat Planned Re-entry Completed 🙌🏻

On June 26, the Planet Mission Operations team managed the final operations and reentry of a decommissioned SkySat satellite. As a part of our commitment to responsible space use, bringing this SkySat down from space ensures that it does not pose a risk to other spacecraft or further contribute to space debris.  

As a reminder, this is a planned re-entry and does not have any notable impact on our high-resolution fleet’s capacity or customers’ tasking abilities, because Planet’s Agile Aerospace approach optimizes capabilities around a constellation of satellites, and the team has continued to innovate and improve our tasking capabilities across the program. We are able to apply learnings from the SkySat fleet as we look forward to launching the upcoming in-space tech demo of high-resolution Pelicans in the near future.

June 26 2023

Tasking Dashboard Updates

Improvements 🙌🏻

  • Add click interaction to Geometry filter buttons that shows the Map view and Edit shape popover.

June 22, 2023

Explorer Updates

New ✨

  • You can now stream hosted data tiles into your own tools and web apps. Best of all, these streaming links are secure and don't leak your API key.
  • It is now easier to preview and order imagery, our new experience is now the default. When you search for imagery, you will see three new buttons.
  • Click the blue "X items" button to check out each satellite image from that date and make the best choice.
  • Click the thumbnail to preview the imagery from that date on the map.
  • Click the "cart" button to add the imagery to your order.
  • You can select and de-select imagery from multiple dates.
  • You can also click the double square button to lock the footprint of an image onto the map to get a better sense of coverage.

June 08, 2023

Google Earth Engine Order and Delivery Updates

Improvements 🙌🏻

Google Earth Engine (GEE) is a supported delivery destination for the Orders API and with this release, all Orders API tools are now supported. This allows you to apply preprocessing to your imagery before it is delivered to GEE. This includes tools for the following imagery processing:

  • Top of Atmosphere Reflectance (TOAR)
  • Bandmath
  • Coregister
  • Composite
  • Clip
  • Harmonize
  • Reproject

This release also includes support for ordering Planet Basemaps.