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How To Make a True-Color Landsat 8 Image

How To Make a True-Color Landsat 8 Image

Landsat 8 image of Mount Jefferson
Mount Jefferson, Oregon. True-color Landsat 8 image collected August 13, 2013.
Robert Simmon from NASA’s Earth Observatory has provided a detailed tutorial on creating true-color images using Landsat 8 data on his Elegant Figures blog. (Thanks Rob!)
+ How To Make a True-Color Landsat 8 Image
Note: NASA and USGS do not endorse the use of any particular image processing software.

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