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Space Imaging's IKONOS satellite one-meter resolution image of the Rishkor Complex in Afghanistan.

Afghanistan - Rishkor Complex

Space Imaging's IKONOS satellite one-meter resolution image of the Rishkor Complex in Afghanistan. This garrison was once used by the Soviet 7th Infantry Division, and later by Arab and Pakistani combatants who where trained in small arms and demolitions to fight along side the Taliban.
(photo credit: "spaceimaging.com")
Space Imaging's IKONOS satellite imagery of Kabul, Afghanistan.

Afghanistan - Kabul

Space Imaging's IKONOS satellite one-meter resolution image of Kabul, Afghanistan.
(photo credit: "spaceimaging.com")
Space Imaging's IKONOS satellite one-meter resolution image of the Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan.

Afghanistan - Bagram Airbase

Space Imaging's IKONOS satellite one-meter resolution image of the Bagram Airbase in Afghanistan. Control of the base is contested between the two forces, with the Northern Alliance controlling one end of the airfield while the Taliban controls the other.
(photo credit: "spaceimaging.com")
Space Imaging's IKONOS satellite one-meter resolution image of the Darunta terrorist training complex in Afghanistan.

Afghanistan - Darunta Camp

Space Imaging's IKONOS satellite one-meter resolution image of the Darunta terrorist training complex in Afghanistan. This image introduced the public to targets in Afghanistan.
(photo credit: "spaceimaging.com")
IKONOS one-meter resolution satellite image of Manhattan, New York was collected at 11:43 a.m. EDT on Sept. 12, 2001 by Space Imaging's IKONOS satellite.

World Trade Center

Manhattan, New York (World Trade Center - Aftermath Image), Sept. 12, 2001 showing an area of white dust and smoke at the location where the 1,350-foot towers of the World Trade Center once stood. This image provided the first overview of "Ground Zero."
(photo credit: "spaceimaging.com")
Space Imaging's IKONOS satellite one-meter resolution image of the Pentagon collected at 11:46 a.m. EDT on Sept. 12, 2001. The image shows extensive damage to the western side and interior rings of the multi-ringed building.

Pentagon

IKONOS one-meter resolution satellite image of the Pentagon showing extensive damage to the western side and interior rings of the multi-ringed building.
(photo credit: "spaceimaging.com")



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