Landsat ETM output line corrector SLC fizzled May 31 2003 landsatgs

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Landsat ETM+ check line corrector (SLC) – fizzled May 31 2003 SLC makes up for forward movement of the scanner amid sweep

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Website: ASTER: 'Landsat –like' Nuuk, Greenland

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TERRA (EOS AM-1) The EOS lead information since Feb 24, 2000 (dispatch 18 Dec 1999) 705 km, 10.30am diving

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MODIS ASTER (TIR) ASTER (SWIR) ASTER (VNIR) MISR MOPITT CERES Terra Satellite Terra is the leader of NASA's Earth Science Enterprise. ASTER is the 'zoom focal point's of Terra..

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TERRA: THE EARTH OBSERVING SYSTEM (EOS) AM-1 ASTER Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer JAPAN MODIS Moderate-determination Imaging Spectroradiometer CERES Clouds and the Earth's Radiant Energy System (warm) MISR Multi-edge Imaging Spectro-Radiometer VNIR at 26, 46 60, 70 degrees MOPITT Measurement of Pollution in the Troposphere (CO, CH4) CANADA

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Growth of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

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In mid-April 2000, the Terra shuttle was flipped around and pointed at the Moon. This ASTER picture was gained around then, indicating band 3 noticeable in highly contrasting.

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ASTER Bands (versus Landsat TM)

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ASTER groups – band 3 has two modes: 3N and 3B

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ASTER groups versus Landsat ETM+ 60 km swath, 16 day rehash cyle

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Visible-NIR Visible-NIR Short Wave IR Thermal IR

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August '03 Montana Forest Fire ASTER 3-2-1 RGB composite 5 km Normalized Difference Burn Ratio, produced for TM, connected to ASTER groups 4 & 6 Burn Ratio (TM4-TM7)/(TM4+TM7)

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ASTER Volcano Archive of liquid magma/index.htm

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SWIR characterized band composite

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ASTER Response to Indian Ocean Tsunami Banda Aceh before torrent (left) and 5 days after wave (right)

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ASTER Response to Indian Ocean Tsunami Phuket, Thailand before wave (left), 5 days after tidal wave (focus), and converged with SRTM information of 10m rise

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ASTER – symbolism and DEMs 2000-Global DEM to 83 degrees scope Sample ASTER hung picture

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ASTER information comes in three bundles for VNIR, SWIR, TIR This fly consolidates the DEM just with VNIR fruitful converge of VNIR/SWIR? + DEM or distinctive combo detail.asp?name=Fogo L1A item - > misregistration of VNIR and SWIR, understood with L1B

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Longyearbyen, Svalbard,Norway The point of view was made by hanging a reenacted characteristic shading picture over an ASTER-determined advanced height show. The picture was gained July 12, 2003, and is situated at 78.2 degrees north scope, 15.6 degrees east longitude. Longyearbyen is the world's northernmost town

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Slide 22 - BC Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources 100 anaglyph scene pictures made and accessible on the web

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North Coast Mountains, BC N The vertical picture (groups 1,2,3) was orthorectified and hued. The 3B picture was left dim and was not orthorectified. At the point when joined into the anaglyph picture we physically balanced them to get a sensible alleviation. Hues were intended to expand land contrasts.

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Klinakline Glacier, south Coast Mountains N

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Tiedemann Glacier, south Coast Mountains N

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Chapman Glacier, Canada detail.asp?name=Chapman

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GLIMS: Global Land Ice Measurements from Space Goal is to decide the degree of world's icy masses and the rate at which they are evolving. Secure worldwide arrangement of ASTER pictures Map worldwide degree of land ice Analyze interannual changes long, territory, surface stream fields Over 60 establishments taking an interest

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Monitoring changes in ice sheets and icy mass lakes Tibet Himalaya Bhutan Himalaya Image is a segment of an uncalibrated ASTER Level 1A VNIR false-shading picture (321RGB), obtained on November 20, 2001

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Monitoring Supraglacial and Proglacial Lakes Lugge Tsho Thorthomi Tsho Raphsthreng Tsho N 2 kilometers The stagnating ends of icy masses in the Bhutan Himalaya. Cold lakes have been quickly framing on the surfaces of trash secured icy masses worldwide amid the most recent couple of decades. Picture is a segment of an uncalibrated ASTER Level 1A VNIR false-shading picture (321RGB), obtained on November 20, 2001

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Tsho Rolpa, Nepal Quickly framing supragla-cial lake with common dam at ice sheet's temperamental terminal moraine. Relief arranges created in years before catastrophe was up and coming. Crisis waste con-duit built in the nick of time to dodge debacle. Pictures from leaflets of the International Center for Integrated Mountain Development, Kathmandu

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Himalaya, north-south asymmetry in stream speed found via autocorrelating two ASTER pictures ASTL1B RGB A. Kääb/University of Zurich

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Animation: 2000-2001

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Eastern Svalbard, Andreas Kaab, 2006

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Glacier rise differencing: Topo 1970 - ASTER 2002 Contours – 50metres

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Automated depiction of flotsam and jetsam secured icy masses in light of ASTER information Tobias Bolch, Manfred F. Buchroithner, Andre Kunert Institute for Cartography, Technische Universita¨t Dresden, D-01062 Dresden, Germany

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Using topographic factors to guide flotsam and jetsam secured ice alongside warm channels

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Classifying trash canvassed ice sheets in the Himalayas

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Glacier Mapping in High Mountains Using DEMs, Landsat and ASTER Data Tobias Bolch (1) and Ulrich Kamp (2) (1) Dresden University of Technology, Germany (2) The University of Montana, U.S.A. ASTER DEMs audit:

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Salt ice sheets, Iran

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ASTER Update SWIR groups unusable as of October 2008 Archive is 1,500,000 scenes developing at 500/day Continuing free downloads (for us) 'Worldwide DEM' accessible spring 2009 to 83 degrees N/S

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Kizimen Volcano, Kamchatka Feb 25, 2011 detail.asp?name=kizimen