The review was held February 21-23 at NASA/GSFC, and was paneled by an independent group of technical experts.
“The TIRS-2 team did an excellent job presenting a well thought out instrument design,” said Landsat 9 Project Manager, Del Jenstrom.
The review panel gave high praise to the TIRS-2 team for their work to finalize the instrument design and mitigate risks.
The panel identified no issues that would impede continuation of the TIR-2 instrument fabrication.
A big congratulations to the TIRS-2 team!
The world has lost 561 square miles (1,453 square kilometers) of salt marshes over the past 20 years.