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“It’s hard to comprehend how much was getting spent just to make a simple aerial image,” he says.A new era of open-access satellite data has arrived.In 2008, the US Geological Survey (USGS) released for free to the public its Landsat archive, which dates back to the 1970s and is the world's largest collection of Earth imagery.These transmissions, from polar-orbiting satellites, include those on frequencies in the 137 MHz area.Using FM and having fairly strong signals, exotic equipment is not required to receive these satellite, but most standard receiving gear (scanners, amateur radio receivers, etc.) isn't particularly well-suited for their reception for a number of reasons: In November of 2008 I decided that I wanted to put together a 137 MHz APT weather satellite receiver and decided to build it from the ground up using components onhand.