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Morocco Earthquake: Free High-Resolution Satellite Imagery

On the night of Friday, September 8, 2023, a powerful 6.8 magnitude earthquake hit Morocco at 11:11 p.m. local time. The epicenter was situated in the High Atlas mountain range, 72 kilometers southwest of Marrakech - a city with a population of over 840,000. The disaster affected more than 300,000 individuals in and around Marrakech, with the towns closest to the mountains suffering the most damage, and some being completely destroyed. According to reports from the media, as of Sunday, September 10, the number of fatalities was over 2,100, and 2,400 people were injured, with a likelihood of the figures increasing.

Courtesy: Maxar Technologies
Courtesy: Maxar Technologies

Our partner, Maxar Technologies has created a dedicated platform for accessing the most recent satellite images of the Morocco earthquake. You have the option to download the newest satellite images from this site:

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