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Quarterly No 56
Published December 2017 •
||Our headline article this issue has
been written by Rob Alblas and Ben Schellekens from the Dutch
Werkgroep Kunstmanen, who describe their
home-brew system for capturing high resolution imagery from the
Metop and Fengyun-3 polar orbiting satellites.
||After a hiatus of several years, NOAA
20, the first satellite in the Joint Polar
Satellite System was launched in mid November. Les
Hamilton details the salient features of this new
||There is also an update to last
Juanuary's feature, detailing upgraded features of EOS Land Viewer, used for downloading images
from ESA's Sentinel 2A satellite.
||Many readers will be familiar with
the intrusion of sun glint in their
satellite images. John Tellick discusses this phenomenon, and
illustrates with some spectacular imagery..
||To complete our final 56-page
Quarterly, there are NASA Earth Observation
Observatory reports about Lake Balkhash, New Water in
the Aral Sea, Salt Glaciers in Iran, the Shrinking Ozone Hole
and much more ...
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