Abstract: Humans have 3 color sensing cones allowing us to see the rainbow, mantis shrimp have 16 cones allowing them to see the world in ways we can only imagine. Now imagine you wanted to have mantis shrimp vision over all of a town, country, or continent – well today is your lucky day! In this session we are going to start by showing you how satellite imagery actually allows you to “see” in more bands of color than the mantis (how about 26 bands) – each band is a massive amount of data about the earth. Then we will show you how you can work with this data in Jupyter notebooks to extract all sorts of information about the world. Finally, we will wrap up with how to make ML models using this data, extract features we care about, and then run it through a cloud-based processing model. You will leave knowing a lot more about satellites, data extraction from images, and spatially based ML to understand your world. Expect few slides and A LOT of code/demos!