USGS Video: Landsat In Action—Landsat's Calibration and Validation

USGS Video: Landsat In Action—Landsat's Calibration and Validation

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Landsat In Action—Landsat’s Calibration and Validation

Landsat In Action—Landsat’s Calibration and Validation
In this USGS Landsat in Action video, Engineers and scientists from both Landsat and Sentinel missions talk about working together to calibrate observation data and validate its quality to improve the science using these resources.
Quote to note from David Roy, Professor at South Dakota State University’s Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence:
“It’s a fantastic time to be a user of satellite data, if you’re in that moderate resolution domain this is amazing. The Sentinels and Landsat together is going to be really a game changer. It truly is.”
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Posted by Landsat on Thursday, March 1, 2018

In this USGS Landsat in Action video, Engineers and scientists from both Landsat and Sentinel missions talk about working together to calibrate observation data and validate its quality to improve the science using these resources.
Quote to note from David Roy, Professor at South Dakota State University’s Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence:
“It’s a fantastic time to be a user of satellite data, if you’re in that moderate resolution domain this is amazing. The Sentinels and Landsat together is going to be really a game changer. It truly is.”

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