Satellite imagery, elevation data, and air photos
Observing Canada’s territory from the air and from space are powerful and cost effective ways to monitor our land, water and borders.
Discover more than 6 million aerial photographs covering all of Canada dating back to the 1920s. Offering finer detail than satellite imagery, the National Air Photo Library is a comprehensive historical archive and public reference centre.
Discover, access and download satellite imagery from the Earth Observation Data Management System, including Long-Term Satellite Data Records.
Visit Canada's satellite stations and facilities in Inuvik, NWT, Prince Albert, SK and Gatineau, QC as well as the Earth Observation Data Management System (EODMS).
Learn more about research and development activities and applications for satellite imagery collected by space-borne radar, optical and hyperspectral sensors.
Access tools to assist in the processing and use of satellite imagery.
Learn about types of elevation data, how it is collected and why it is important.
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