Ten Critical Satellites for Monitoring Earth's Vital Signs

Ten Critical Satellites for Monitoring Earth's Vital Signs

Image credit: Monica Serrano, National Geographic Staff; Tony Schick. Source: Steven Platnick and Claire Parkinson, NASA Goddard
Image credit: Monica Serrano, National Geographic Magazine Staff; Tony Schick. Source: Steven Platnick and Claire Parkinson, NASA Goddard
Peter Miller writing for National Geographic, included Landsat as one of ten critical Earth-observing satellites for monitoring our planet. Miller’s article appeared online in mid-October as well as in the November 2015 print edition of National Geographic Magazine.
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