[nmglug] Satellite imagery

Brian O'Keefe okeefe at cybermesa.com
Sat Nov 10 15:21:06 PST 2018

I'll bet one good Samaritan and raise you a drone, armed though. The 
troopers had drones and helicopters and fixed wing. They were able to 
disable all of our electronics or hack them, like mine. We'll need some 

OK, so I did find this:  https://libra.developmentseed.org/

and am now downloading imagery of Mandan/Bismarck from that day, 
1/15/2016. I don't know the timestamp if it even exists. Maybe someone 
can help me with the needed metadata for that time and date. With the 
tool I can set the image date to 11/15/2016 and something downloads. 
Either the entire block or bands. I'm trying the bands in RGB. It would 
be a miracle indeed if this worked out.

Yest, BNSF knew where all the trains are and were but are sort of 
reluctant to commit perjury. I will ask my attorney to subpoena them for 
that info. It's critical because stopping the trains is part of the 
reasoning the state is using as grounds for the felony offense of 
"tampering with a public service". A line of BS as all my research, 
which has been used in other cases, almost proves BNSF lied as did the 
police. This would be beyond definitive if I can get an image.

Thanks everyone and I'll keep all informed

The RGB downloaded but is so dark as to be unreadable. I'm trying the 
bundle (all the bands including infrared, etc. so I have no idea what 
the image will look like. I'm hoping hatural-ish) instead and will report.


On 11/10/18 3:33 PM, Jonathan Romero wrote:
> Protesting good practices for the modern age will probably involve 
> launching a drone to ensure good record keeping.
> Maybe fixed wing electric plus solar from the EFF?
> Or Good Samaritan private pilots?
> On Sat, Nov 10, 2018 at 5:26 PM Jonathan Romero <jonnyro at jonnyro.com 
> <mailto:jonnyro at jonnyro.com>> wrote:
>     Maybe have your lawyer request the info from BNSF.
>     They probably know exactly where those trains were.
>     I’d also see if flickr or any other image sharing site has images
>     on that date or general location.
>     On Sat, Nov 10, 2018 at 5:23 PM Arlo Barnes <arlo.barnes at gmail.com
>     <mailto:arlo.barnes at gmail.com>> wrote:
>         Yeah, a time so specific will be hard to find.
>         https://www.openstreetmap.org/edit shows various
>         freely-licensed imagery from that area, and the most recent
>         one from Bing aerial there is from October 14th, 2016. Is
>         there a bit of fuzz allowable on the time/date?
>         —Arlo James Barnes
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