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LDCM: A new era in Earth observation



NASA's Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) is the eighth satellite in the Landsat series.

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Waspie_Dwarf on 10 February, 2013, 19:34
Preview: LDCM's Liftoff!LDCM is the Landsat Data Continuity Mission, continuing the Landsat program's 40-year record of monitoring Earth's landscapes from space. LDCM will expand and improve on that record with observations that advance a wide range of Earth sciences and contribute to the management of agriculture, water and forest resources. LDCM launches from Vandenburg Air Force Base aboard an Atlas V-401 rocket from United Launch Alliance.The Landsat Program is a series of Earth-observing satellite missions jointly managed by NASA and the U.S. Geological Survey.Credit: NASA's Goddard Space... [More]
Comment icon #2 Posted by Waspie_Dwarf on 10 February, 2013, 19:36
LDCM: A New Era in Earth ObservationNASA's Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) is the eighth satellite in the Landsat series, which began in 1972. The mission will extend more than 40 years of global land observations that are critical in many areas, such as energy and water management, forest monitoring, human and environmental health, urban planning, disaster recovery and agriculture. NASA's Launch Services Program will launch the LDCM spacecraft atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V 401 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.Credit: NASASource: NASAKennedy - YouTube Channel


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