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Landsat 8 Marks One Year in Orbit

February 19, 2014

Landsat 8 Marks One Year in Orbit

Since its launch on Feb. 11, 2013, scientists have been working to understand Landsat 8 Earth observation satellite data. Some have been calibrating the data—checking them against ground observations and matching them to the rest of the 42-year-long Landsat record. At the same time, the broader science community has been learning to use the new data.