Microsoft’s Planetary Computer API datasets
News|26 April 2021
Microsoft has released a list of datasets available through their Planetary Computer API.
The Planetary Computer Data Catalog includes petabytes of environmental monitoring data, in consistent, analysis-ready formats. All of the datasets can be accessed via Azure Blob Storage, and can be used by developers whether you’re working within or outside of the Microsoft Planetary Computer Hub. Visit the catalog page for inspiration.
Microsoft is continuing to expand the data available through the API, and continuing to bring new data sets to Azure. If you are interested in seeing additional data on-boarded or published through the API, or if you have data you would like to contribute, contact Microsoft directly.
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