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October 10th, 2013
Remote Sensing Gives Satellite’s View of Water Use

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Scientists have been using remote sensing since March 1, 1984, when NASA launched Landsat 5 to record land surface conditions on earth. It circled the earth for more than 25 years, recording data and sending home information about natural disasters, climate variations, land-use practices, urbanization and other changes. Landsat 8 is orbiting now. Any farmer can go to the U.S. Geological Survey website and look at multispectral images of his farm, taken at the same time of day every 16 days. Read More

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