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Landsat imagers have been keeping an eye on Earth since 1972, making it possible to track changes over time.
With Landsat 9 scheduled to launch in 2021, NASA’s Goddard Media Studios produced the following video about the Landsat program’s history.
The United States and Europe have led the way with Landsat and Copernicus satellite programs providing free images of Earth that can be used to understand changes to our environment.Why the U.S. and China Should Collaborate in Space|Will Marshall and Chris Hadfield|April 15, 2021|Time
“We’ve gone from Landsat going over our head every 16 days to having near-daily, one- to four-meter resolution.”
NASA launched the first satellite for agricultural imagery, known as Landsat, in 1972.
More than a million images of Earth have been acquired by the Landsat satellites.
Landsat acquires digital data that are converted into an image.
Rocks containing limonite, a hydrous iron oxide, may be identified readily from Landsat Multispectral Scanner data.
In 1972, the United States launched the first of a group of unmanned satellites collectively known as Landsat.
Landsat satellites carry sensors that record “light,” or portions of the electromagnetic spectrum, as it reflects off the Earth.