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jgh [Description]
remote_sensor_types:landsat_tm_5 [2013/09/13 09:44] (current)
jgh [Similar Sensors]
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 Prior to the launch of Landsat 8 in early 2013, Landsat 5 TM was important for data continuity due to the failure of Landsat 7’s scan line corrector in 1993. Landsat has the deepest archive of systematic satellite images of any sensor orbiting the earth, a fact that is invaluable for studying global change. Landsat 5 TM provided a link to the next generation. NASA's Landsat 8 [[remote_sensor_types:​landsat_data_continuity_mission_operational_land_imager|]] has similar specifications to its predecessors. ​ Prior to the launch of Landsat 8 in early 2013, Landsat 5 TM was important for data continuity due to the failure of Landsat 7’s scan line corrector in 1993. Landsat has the deepest archive of systematic satellite images of any sensor orbiting the earth, a fact that is invaluable for studying global change. Landsat 5 TM provided a link to the next generation. NASA's Landsat 8 [[remote_sensor_types:​landsat_data_continuity_mission_operational_land_imager|]] has similar specifications to its predecessors. ​
  
-===== Similar Sensors ===== +===== Similar Sensors =====  
-[[Landsat_etm_7]],​ [[ASTER]], [[SPOT_1-4]]+[[landsat_8]]
  
 +• [[Landsat_etm_7]]
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 +• [[ASTER]]
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 +• [[SPOT_1-4]]
 ===== Sample Image ===== ===== Sample Image =====
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remote_sensor_types/landsat_tm_5.txt · Last modified: 2013/09/13 09:44 by jgh