The next Landsat satellite; the Landsat Data Continuity Mission

@inproceedings{Irons2012TheNL,
  title={The next Landsat satellite; the Landsat Data Continuity Mission},
  author={James R. Irons and John L. Dwyer and Julia A. Barsi},
  year={2012}
}
The Landsat program is one of the longest running satellite programs for Earth observations from space. The program was initiated by the launch of Landsat 1 in 1972. Since then a series of six more Landsat satellites were launched and at least one of those satellites has been in operations at all times to continuously collect images of the global land surface. The Department of Interior (001) U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) preserves data collected by all of the Landsat satellites at their Earth… CONTINUE READING
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