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The Earth Observing One (EO-1) Satellite Mission: Over a Decade in Space
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The Earth Observing One (EO-1) satellite was launched in November 2000 as a technology demonstration mission with an estimated 1-year lifespan. Expand
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EO-1 data quality and sensor stability with changing orbital precession at the end of a 16 year mission
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The Earth Observing One (EO-1) satellite has completed 16 years of Earth observations in early 2017. Expand
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A machine learning approach for estimation of shallow water depths from optical satellite images and sonar measurements
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We present a method which was developed and used to create a shallow water bathymetry data along the Dutch side of Sint Maarten Island by combining sonar measurements and satellite images in a nonlinear machine learning technique. Expand
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Flow-enablement of the NASA SensorWeb using RESTful (and secure) workflows
Applied Remote Sensing to Disaster Management requires just-in-time delivery of custom data products to unsophisticated end-users such as fire fighters and first responders. These requests areExpand
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Earth Observing-1 Status for the MOWG on 2 June 2015
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• Autonomous management becomes progressively more important as more and more satellites share resources, such as communication channels and ground stations, while automatically coordinating theirExpand
Hyperion: The first global orbital spectrometer, earth observing-1 (EO-1) satellite (2000–2017)
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In February 2017, the Earth Observing One (EO-1) satellite mission successfully completed sixteen years and three months of Earth imaging by its two unique instruments, the Hyperion and the Advanced Land Imager (ALI). Expand