Landsat Science Team Meeting Held in Phoenix

Landsat Science Team Meeting Held in Phoenix

Landsat Science Team
The Landsat Science Team in Phoenix, Arizona on March 3, 2011. Photo: J.E. Allen
A semi-annual meeting of the Landsat Science Team was held in Phoenix, Arizona from March 1–3. The meeting focused on the LDCM mission status and included a briefing by the LDCM spacecraft designer—Orbital Sciences—located in nearby Gilbert, Arizona. Landsat 9 planning and Landsat Science Team research were among the other topics of discussion. A detailed summary of the meeting has been made available by the USGS Landsat Project. The last Landsat Science Team meeting will be held in Sioux Falls this summer.

+ USGS March 2011 Landsat Science Team Meeting Details

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