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Introducing the LandsatLook Viewer

Introducing the LandsatLook Viewer

Source: USGS Landsat Mission

LandsatLook Viewer
USGS LandsatLook Viewer

In honor of the 40th Anniversary of the Landsat 1 launch, and in preparation for Landsat 8 in February 2013, the USGS has rolled out a prototype viewer that allows easy access to the over 3 million scenes in the Landsat archive. The LandsatLook Viewer utilizes ArcGIS Server technology to enable comprehensive searching and downloading of full-resolution LandsatLook images, along with access to Level 1 Data Products. Find out more about the LandsatLook Viewer.For more information:
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LandsatLook Viewer
USGS Rachel Headley’s presentation at the ESRI UC (see “Afternoon Session”)

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