Apr 25 - May 13

Deepwater Horizon Images - Chronology Archive 1

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May 13th, 2010
CosmoSkymed2, 2010-05-13 23:45:12 UTC, Huge Region Download KMZ
 
SPOT4, 2010-05-13 16:39:22 UTC, Multispectral 20m resolution, 120km-wide mosaic Download KMZ
 
Radarsat1, 2010-05-13 11:56:03 UTC, ScanSAR Narrow Download KMZ
 
CosmoSkymed2, 2010-05-13 11:51:32 UTC, Huge Region Download KMZ
May 12th, 2010
TerraSAR-X, 2010-05-12 23:48:51 UTC, ScanSAR Download KMZ
 
Radarsat1, 2010-05-12 23:41:48 UTC, ScanSAR Narrow Download KMZ
 
ERS2, 2010-05-12 16:26:59 UTC, SAR Download KMZ
 
Envisat1 ASAR, 2010-05-12 15:55:51 UTC, Wide Swath Download KMZ
 
Radarsat2, 2010-05-12 11:41:58 UTC, ScanSAR Narrow Download KMZ
May 11th, 2010
CosmoSkymed1, 2010-05-11 23:57:18 UTC, Huge Region Download KMZ
 
Aqua, 2010-05-11 18:47 UTC, MODIS 250m  Download KMZ
 
CosmoSkymed 1, 2010-05-11 12:03:24 UTC, Huge Region
 
TerraSAR-X, 2010-05-11 11:59:23 UTC, ScanSAR Download KMZ
May 10th, 2010
Radarsat2, 2010-05-10 23:54:13 UTC, ScanSAR Narrow
 
CosmoSkymed 1, 2010-05-10 23:39:13 UTC, Huge Region
 
Radarsat1, 2010-05-10 11:48:22 UTC, ScanSAR Narrow
May 9th, 2010
Aqua, 2010-05-09 19:08:48 UTC, MODIS 250m
 
CosmoSkymed3, 2010-05-09 11:57:16 UTC, Huge Region
May 8th, 2010
Radarsat1, 2010-05-08 23:58:02 UTC, ScanSAR Narrow
 
CosmoSkymed2, 2010-05-08 23:51:15 UTC, Huge Region
 
Terra, 2010-05-08 16:49:53 UTC, MODIS 250m
 
SPOT4, 2010-05-08 16:35:14 UTC, Multispectral 20m resolution, 120km-wide mosaic (2-scene width)
 
Radarsat2, 2010-05-08 11:59:14 UTC, ScanSAR Narrow
 
CosmoSkymed2, 2010-05-08 11:57:20 UTC, Huge Region
May 5th, 2010
Radarsat1, 2010-05-05 23:45:41 UTC, ScanSAR Narrow
 
CosmoSkymed1, 2010-05-05 11:52:13, Huge Region
 
Radarsat2, 2010-05-05 11:46:44 UTC, ScanSAR Narrow 
 
May 4th, 2010
Aqua, 2010-05-04 18:50:17 UTC, MODIS 250m
 
TerraSAR-X, 2010-05-04 12:24:48 UTC, ScanSAR Download KMZ
May 3rd, 2010
Radarsat2, 2010-05-03 23:57:49 UTC, ScanSAR Narrow 
 
CosmoSkymed2, 2010-05-03 23:57:20 UTC, Huge Region ScanSAR
 
Radarsat1, 2010-05-03 11:53:09 UTC, ScanSAR Narrow
May 2nd, 2010
CosmoSkymed2, 2010-05-02 23:39:29 UTC, WideRegion
 
TerraSAR-X, 2010-05-02 23:31:44 UTC, ScanSAR Download KMZ
May 1st, 2010
TerraSAR-X, 2010-05-01 23:48:50 UTC, ScanSAR
 
Terra, 2010-05-01 16:36 UTC, MODIS 500m
April 30th, 2010
CosmoSkymed1, 2010-04-30 23:51:33 UTC, WideRegion
 
TerraSAR-X, 2010-04-30 11:59:22 UTC, ScanSAR
 
CosmoSkymed1, 2010-04-30 11:57:51 UTC, WideRegion 
April 29th, 2010
Terra, 2010-04-29 16:55:54 UTC, MODIS 500m
The MODIS image shows the growing extent of the oil spill. Lake Pontchartrain and Mobile Bay are visible near the top of the image. The oil spill shows up as a light patch in the middle of the image and clouds are seen as white at the bottom right of the image. This image shows the close proximity of the spill to the Mississippi River delta.
 
SPOT5, 2010-04-29 16:55:08 UTC, Panchromatic THR
This panchromatic 2.5 meter resolution image from the SPOT5 satellite shows vessels at the source of the leaking oil, at the same location where just a week before the platform Deepwater Horizon sank after burning for two days. 
 
CosmoSkymed3, 2010-04-29 12:09:54 UTC, WideRegion 
April 28th, 2010
SPOT4, 2010-04-28 16:28:23 UTC, Multispectral 20m
Thin clouds cannot hide the slick that is seen here in this SPOT4 image.
 
April 25th, 2010
Aqua, 2010-04-25 18:56:17 UTC, MODIS 500m
The MODIS image shows a broader picture of the extent of the oil spill. Lake Pontchartrain and Mobile Bay are visible near the top of the image. The oil spill shows up as a light patch in the middle of the image and clouds are seen as white at the bottom of the image.
 
 
SPOT5, 2010-04-25 16:31:57 UTC, Multispectral 10m
The Spot-5 satellite shows the oil spill in the visible spectrum where the oil sheen is clearly visible. The effects of the local winds and ocean currents have stretched the oil to the northeast.
 
 
TerraSAR-X, 2010-04-25 11:50:51 UTC, ScanSAR
This TerraSAR-X synthetic aperture radar image taken on the same day as the Spot-5 image shows similar spatial characteristics. The oil spill is visible as the black patch on the left side of the image spreading into the middle of the image. 
 
April 23rd, 2010
Radarsat2, 2010-04-23 23:49:08 UTC, ScanSAR Narrow
This Radarsat-2 Synthetic Aperture Radar image shows the areal extent of the oil spill. The surface oil is clearly seen as the darker patch near the bottom center of the image. The Mississippi Delta is visible on the left side of the image. 
 
April 21st, 2010
 
Aqua, 2010-04-21 19:20:35 UTC, MODIS 250m
This image shows a NASA MODIS image of the smoke plume from the Deepwater Horizon oil platform on April 21, 2010. This image clearly shows the V-shaped smoke plume spreading southeast from the platform.
 
 
 

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