Landsat Images of Meteor Crater
The Landsat Program has provided over 36 years of calibrated high spatial resolution data of the Earth's surface to a broad and varied user community, including agribusiness, global change researchers, academia, state and local governments, commercial users, military, and the international community. Landsat images provide information meeting the broad and diverse needs of business, science, education, government, and national security.
The mission of the Landsat Program is to provide repetitive acquisition of high resolution multispectral data of the Earth's surface on a global basis. Landsat represents the only source of global, calibrated, high spatial resolution measurements of the Earth's surface that can be compared to previous data records. The data from the Landsat spacecraft constitute the longest record of the Earth's continental surfaces as seen from space. It is a record unmatched in quality, detail, coverage, and value.
The data presented here are Landsat 5 TM and Landsat 7 ETM+. Here is a brief comparison of the two datasets:
|Band||Spectral Bandwidth (nm)||Resolution (m)||Dataset Suffix|
|6||10400-12500||10400-12500||120||60||_B60||_B61 & _B62|