Technical Paper: The Thermal Infrared Sensor on LDCM

Technical Paper: The Thermal Infrared Sensor on LDCM

A team of scientists presented a technical paper explaining the design of the thermal sensor (TIRS) that will be flown on the Landsat Data Continuity mission at the 2010 IGARSS meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii. The paper also highlights the water consumption monitoring capability of the sensor.
Further Information:
Reuter et al., “The Thermal Infrared Sensor on the Landsat Data Continuity Mission”[pdf]

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