Recently upgraded areas include:
- Spratly and Paracel Islands, South China Sea
- Borneo, Sulawesi and New Guinea
- New Britain, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu
- New Caledonia and New Hebrides
- Australia's Great Barrier Reef
TerraColor® Satellite Images of Earth
Welcome to TerraColor.Net, your home for affordable, high quality satellite images of the earth. We are hard at work on the next generation of our satellite imagery that provides seamless global coverage of the earth at 15-meter spatial resolution. TerraColor is the cost effective way to obtain quality off-the-shelf satellite imagery of large urban areas, states, provinces, countries, continents, or the entire planet. Our product is used by some of the world's leading web mapping services. We now have versions with a generic blue ocean or a bathymetric shaded relief, and have upgraded many areas to reduce cloud cover and improve image quality. Unlike other vendors, we offer a complete, integrated globe of data with pole-to-pole coverage.
TerraColor has many advantages over other products, including:
- Major imagery upgrades to reduce cloud cover and add missing data
- 15-meter imagery for Antarctica to 82.6 degrees South
- Cloud- and ice-free ocean with blue water fill
- Complete global coverage (using lower resolution imagery at the poles)
- Optional bathymetric shaded relief for ocean fill
for ocean areas
TerraColor earth imagery can be used for a wide variety of applications, including web-based mapping, GPS tracking, GIS backdrops, television, print and film images, military/defense logistics, flight simulation, 3-D visualization, accurate cartographic mapping and many others. These satellite images provide colorful, detailed and visually pleasing views of the earth at medium resolution, and are suitable for mapping at scales of 1:60,000 and higher. We provide free, full resolution sample images, so browse our website to learn more about the many differences that separate TerraColor from our competition.
Congratulations to NASA and the USGS on the successful launch of the new Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM or Landsat 8) satellite on 11 February 2013. LDCM is now orbiting 705 Km (438 miles) above the earth to help us observe and monitor our planet. We look forward to using the new imagery! Visit the LDCM website for more information.