How Earth remote sensing from the International Space Station complements current satellite‐based sensorsInternational Journal of Remote Sensing (2006)
AbstractThe International Space Station (ISS) will provide an Earth‐and space‐observing platform that will support sensors built by 16 different countries and deliver data and images for local, regional and global research. When complete, it will be an exceptional platform for conducting remote sensing of the Earth, astrophysics, and space physics research programmes. Additionally, the ISS will operate as a testbed for engineering studies and complex technological developments that will benefit future Earth‐observing capabilities. ...
- remote sensing,
- space station
Publication DateSummer July 10, 2006
Citation InformationJennifer Gebelein and Dean Eppler. "How Earth remote sensing from the International Space Station complements current satellite‐based sensors" International Journal of Remote Sensing Vol. 27 Iss. 13 (2006)
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