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Released: Landsat Next Instrument Suite (LandIS) Draft Request for Proposal

Released: Landsat Next Instrument Suite (LandIS) Draft Request for Proposal

Landsat Next orbit pattern
Landsat Next observatories viewed from near the equator. Image credit: NASA’s Scientific Visualization

The Landsat Next Instrument Suite (LandIS) Draft Request for Proposal (DRFP) is available for review via SAM.gov as of Monday, Feb. 13, 2023.

All potential offerors have been invited to comment on the draft RFP by Feb. 27, 2023. Submitted comments will be considered by the U.S. Government as the Landsat Next Instrument Suite Final RFP is prepared.

The Landsat Next Instrument Suite is a critical component of the Landsat Next mission. The LandIS DRFP issued by NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center is a presolicitation synopsis that provides requirement details for the Landsat Next Project’s three flight instruments and related services.

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+ Learn more about Landsat Next

+ Next up to Continue NASA/USGS’s Landsat Legacy, NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center

Banner Image Caption: Landsat Next observatories viewed from above the North Pole. Image credit: NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio

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