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Tag: Landsat 8

10 July 2017

Using Petabytes of Pixels to Create 3 New Images

by Rohit Kumar
In this blog, we’ll share how global composite satellite imageries are constructed by using Landsat 8, Sentinel-2A and Sentinel-1 satellites and how they appear.

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09 April 2013

Landsat 8 and Landsat 7 comparison, First Look

by Santosh Singh
Landsat Data Continuity Mission or Landsat 8 has been long awaited since the failure of the Scan Line Corrector onboard the Landsat ETM+ satellite sensor, just 4 years after its launch in 1999.

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02 April 2013

Landsat 8 Going Full Steam, Collecting 400 scenes a Day !

by Santosh Singh
Landsat Data Continuity Mission(LDCM) or soon to be rechristened Landsat 8 is operating normally as per the latest update from NASA. The two Systems OLI and TIRS have been ramping up their collection rate steadily and have now reached 4000 scene/day.

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22 March 2013

Landsat 8 Acquires First image : LDCM successful

by Santosh Sharma
As we discussed in our previous post Landsat Data Continuity Mission is the latest workhorse after Landsat EMT+. It was launched on 11th February 2013 from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.

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11 February 2013

Landsat Data Continuity Mission Launched !

by Santosh Singh
The latest in the series of Landsat satellites the LDCM, Landsat Data Continuity Mission was launched today from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. This satellite continues the four decades old legacy of the Earth Observation from space.

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25 January 2013

Landsat 8 to continue the legacy

by Santosh Singh
No discussion about earth observation and Remote Sensing is complete without a mention of Landsat satellites. The Landsat program is the longest running endeavor for acquisition of satellite imagery of Earth.

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