Landsat Data Continuity Mission on WRS-2: Sample Data Available

Landsat Data Continuity Mission on WRS-2: Sample Data Available

Source: USGS Landsat

LDCM image of Crater Lake regionMay 1, 2013 • Since launch, the Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) has been gradually making its way to operational orbit (called WRS-2) at 705 km (438 miles) above the surface of Earth. Check out this beautifulsample product of the Cascade Mountains in Oregon from April 23, 2013. The sample includes all bands.

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