Aug 26, 2020The Intervening Atmosphere: Tracing the Provenance of a Favorite Landsat Infographic 

Learn more about the atmospheric transmission data used for our Landsat spectral band comparison graphic.

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Sep 17, 2018Upcoming ARSET Webinar: Change Detection for Land Cover Mapping

NASA's Applied Remote Sensing Training (ARSET) group will be hosting a two-day data training webinar.

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Jun 06, 2018Putting Heads Together to Improve Atmospheric Corrections for Medium-Resolution Satellite Data

An international group is working together to find the best atmospheric correction techniques for Landsat 8 and the Copernicus Sentinel-2 satellite series.

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May 23, 2018In Focus: A Peek at Landsat 9's OLI-2 Instrument During Focal Plane Integration

Ball Aerospace recently shared some photos of its technicians working on OLI-2 in the cleanroom during focal plane integration.

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Oct 31, 2017Landsat 8 Thermal Data Ghost-Free After Stray Light Exorcism

Montanaro and Gerace’s stray light “exorcism” has now placed the Landsat 8 thermal bands in-line with the accuracy of the previous (ghost-free) Landsat thermal instruments.

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May 22, 2017People & Projects Shaping the Future of Land Imaging: Introducing S.J. Ben Yoo

To learn how current investments could impact the future of Landsat we are conducting a series of interviews with ESTO-funded researchers working on technology for the Landsat 10 era and beyond.

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Aug 29, 2016Landsat 9 Passes Mission Milestone

Landsat 9 passed one of its important reviews: “Key Decision Point B (KDP-B)” on August 17.

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Aug 24, 2016Linking Field and Space-Based Observations

A key component of the research is our ability to connect what we see on the ground with what we see from the sky via satellite imagery.

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Aug 23, 2016ObservedEarth: A Talk with its Creator

Thanks to a software developer in Australia you can now easily browse through Landsat 8 images on your smartphone.

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Jul 28, 2016Following the Trail of TIRS Technology onto a CapSat

An advanced photodetector camera that traces its heritage to one now flying on Landsat 8 is being studied as a potential payload on a conceptual satellite (CapSat) system purposely designed to take advantage of the expected boom in secondary-payload launch opportunities.

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