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  1. Why is there a red stripe on the right side and a green stripe on the left side of many of the Full Resolution images?

    differing telescope ground views.  The bands used in the color images are not trimmed to the common ground ...

    jdeal - 2015-07-08 11:29

  2. Autumn Foliage in Eastern Asia: A View from Space

    and Anthocyanins (red/purple). Looking at satellite remote sensing imagery is one way of viewing this ... indicating that fall foliage is in full swing. Meanwhile, deciduous trees in the northern regions of eastern ... work) [GFDL/CC-BY-SA-3.0] Climate Ecosystems MODIS Vegetation Autumn Foliage in Eastern Asia: A View ...

    jdeal - 2016-11-29 16:30

  3. What bands are used for the Full Resolution images?

    For the Thermal image, the following bands are used: Red: band 14 Green: band 12 Blue: band 10 For the Visual image, the bands used depend on the bands available in the AST_L1T.  If SWIR and VNIR are available: Red: SWIR band 4 (resampled to 15 meter reso ...

    jdeal - 2015-07-08 11:30

  4. What does the color represent in a Thermal Full Resolution image?

    The VNIR, TIR, and QA Browse files may not be present for all AST_L1T scenes since they are dependent on the VNIR and TIR telescopes being turned on and whether a geolocation verification is attempted. The individual browse files end in_BR_#.<browse ty ...

    jdeal - 2015-07-08 11:30

  5. Two Views of Australian Wildfires

    Aqua satellite observed smoke and fires in an area west of Lake Woods on September 18, viewing the ...

    dsiemonsma - 2014-04-03 12:39

  6. WELD Data: Using the Big Picture to View the Finer Details

    CONUS.summer.2009.h13v12.doy156to243.v1.5.hdf Agriculture WELD Data: Using the Big Picture to View the Finer Details WELD ...

    jdeal - 2016-03-31 08:10

  7. A View from Above: The Aftermath of a Tornado

    / flickr.com / CC by SA 2.0 Disasters ASTER A View from Above: The Aftermath of a Tornado American Geosciences ...

    jdeal - 2016-06-17 09:43

  8. Night View of Fires in Siberia

    NASA Observatory 08/07/2012 For more than a decade, scientists have used data from instruments on NASA’s Terra and Aqua satellites to map the locations of wildfires burning around the globe. Now researchers have a new tool for observing fire. Read origina ...

    dsiemonsma - 2014-06-13 13:11

  9. Rare Clear View of Alaska

    NASA Observatory June 19, 2013 On most days, relentless rivers of clouds wash over Alaska, obscuring most of the state’s 6,640 miles (10,690 kilometers) of coastline and 586,000 square miles (1,518,000 square kilometers) of land. The south coast of Alaska ...

    dsiemonsma - 2014-04-03 15:28

  10. An Infrared View of California Drought

    NASA Observatory August 3, 2014 In its  weekly report  issued on July 31, the U.S. Drought Monitor reported that 82 percent of the state of California was in an extreme drought and 58 percent was in exceptional drought—up from 79 and 36 percent just two w ...

    dsiemonsma - 2014-08-12 07:18

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