Landsat Part of Science & Engineering Festival in D.C.

Landsat Part of Science & Engineering Festival in D.C.

Visitors exploring the Landsat Chesapeake Bay mosaic at this year's festival
Visitors exploring the Landsat Chesapeake Bay mosaic at this year’s festival. Photo credit: Ellen Gray
Landsat is taking part in the USA Science & Engineering Festival this weekend at the Washington Convention Center in D.C. The event is free.

Come learn more about the engineering that goes into building a Landsat satellite and the world’s longest continuous record of Earth’s surface.
Further Information:
USA Science & Engineering Festival [external link]

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