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August 18, 2015
Putting NASA Earth Data to Work
Greenbelt MD (SPX) Aug 18, 2015
Satellites orbiting Earth hundreds of miles above the planet's surface are helping put information into the hands of people around the world who make critical decisions about protecting wildlife, responding to drought and identifying hazards to public health. All of this and more is possible due to the application of satellite data and images to improve the ways in which organizations and governments address challenges that society faces. Putting satellite data to work in this way is the goal of t ... read more

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