On September 11, 2001, terrorists shot down two planes at the Twin Towers in New York City, Manhattan, killing 2,60,606 people – and the satellites captured the horrific scene from space.

One image shows buildings once standing, with a lot of smoke billowing from them, marked by the International Space Station (ISS) about 250 miles above the surface.

A satellite equipped with an infrared band highlighted lots of hot spots around the ground zero hours after the attack, and another white dust still lingers in the wreckage the next day.

In honor of the 19th anniversary, NASA shared satellite imagery of Lower Manhattan as it is seen today, as well as shots taken by astronaut Frank Colbertson who witnessed that unfortunate day next to the ISS.

In honor of the 19th anniversary, NASA shared a shot from 9/11 eyewitness astronaut Frank Colbertson over the ISS 19 years ago – if you swipe right you can see a satellite image of Manhattan below to look like today

The spot satellite was flying over Manhattan about three hours after the planes crashed into the towers.

It was about 11:30 a.m., 20 minutes before New York Mayor Rudolf Giuliani, was ordered to evacuate lower Manhattan, and the second tower collapsed about an hour later.

It was around 11:30 a.m., 20 minutes before New York Mayor Rudolf Giuliani ordered the removal of Lower Manhattan, and the second tower collapsed about an hour later. This device is equipped with infrared technology, which highlights fire spots (red dots) around the wreckage.

On 12 September the Landsat 7 satellite captured the scene using its extended thematic mapper plus, it could see smoke flowing from the ground. If you swipe, the satellite snaps an image of the same location two years later

On 12 September the Landsat 7 satellite captured the scene using its extended thematic mapper plus, it could see smoke flowing from the ground.

On the same day as Maxer’s Iconos satellite Landsat, an image of ground zero spread, but with its high-resolution capabilities, the image showed a complex picture of the financial district.

A huge cloud of white dust can be seen standing still where the towers of the World Trade Center once stood.

Icons took another picture on September 15th and the world would look at the ground void, which was nothing more than debris and dust.

Maxer’s Iconos satellite emitted an image of ground zero on the same day as the satellite Landsat, but with its high-resolution capabilities, the image shows a complex picture of the financial district.

Icons took another picture on September 15th and the world will look at the ground zero, which was nothing but rubble and dust.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) offered its services to officers after the attacks, but created a 3D model of the surrounding area. The company used LIDAR (Light Detection and Painting) to create a digital floor model to help locate structures, including stairs, lift shafts and basements.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) offered its services to officers after the attacks, but created a 3D model of the surrounding area.

The company has used LIDAR (Light Detection and Painting) to create a digital floor model to help identify structures, including stairs, lift shafts and basements.

NOAA Cessna Citation 2nd Jet has mapped the ground zero using LIDR technology as well as aerial photography.

Flights began on September 23, 2001 and ended on October 15, 2001, each lasting about four hours.

In addition to the attack on New York City, the terrorists also hijacked two more American Airways planes.

The United Airlines flight was en route to the White House, but the 39-passenger plane took off and crashed – it crashed into a field in Somerset County, Pennsylvania.

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Source: https://www.insidewalessport.co.uk/remember-9-11-from-space-satellite-imagery-shows-the-devastation-in-new-york-city-19-years-ago/

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