Symposium on Significant Results obtained from the Earth Resources Technology Satellite-1

the proceedings of a symposium held by Goddard Space Flight Center at Washington, D. C. on December 10-14, 1973
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Astronautics in earth sciences -- Congresses., Natural resources -- Congresses., Earth sciences -- Research -- Congresses., Earth resources technology satell
Other titlesEarth Resources Technology Satellite-1.
StatementCompiled and edited by Stanley C. Freden ; Enrico P. Mercanti and Margaret A. Becker.
SeriesNASA SP ; 351, 356 & 357, NASA SP -- 351, 356, 357.
ContributionsGoddard Space Flight Center., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office.
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Numerical Simulations of Fraser River Sockeye Salmon Homing Migration Routes in a Dynamic Marine Environment SYMPOSIUM ON SIGNIFICANT RESULTS OBTAINED FROM THE EARTH RESOURCES TECHNOLOGY. Biomass in the Upwelling Area Along the Northwest Coast of Africa as Viewed with ERTS-1, R.J. Curran, co-author, Symposium on Significant Results Obtained from the Earth Resources Technology Satellite- 1, Technical Presentations, Section B,pp.

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Fine attitude control is required in the mission operation phase of the satellite. In this phase the AOCS adopts 3-axis strapdown attitude determination and zero momentum system using 4 skewed reaction wheels. The moderate resolution imaging spectroradiometer (MODIS), the land remote-sensing satellite program (Landsat), and the visible infrared imaging radiometer suite (VIIRS) are some of the most commonly used EOSs for forest fire detection, monitoring, and assessment on a regional and global scale [13,14,15,16].The variation of spatial and temporal resolutions of EOS sensors is a critical issue.

The launch of the Earth Resources Technology Satellite “ERTS-1” (i.e., Landsat-1) in the early s is considered a milestone in the history of the development of satellite remote sensing.

SEASAT, launched inwas the first civilian satellite designed for remote sensing of the Earth’s oceans with the first spaceborne synthetic. It was the first space observatory launched under the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Earth Resources Technology Satellite Program and originally carried the desig- nation Earth Resources Technology Satellite One (ERTS-1).

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