Balises numériques 32Ko
un projet de Catherine Rannou

production du Festival @rt Outsiders / Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris, 2009
en collaboration avec le Centre d'art contemporain Passerelle, Brest.

 
 

08/12/12-TU21H01 - CR - satellite mosaics

 

Mail reçu ce matin

Catherine,
I'm glad you felt at home. It is always nice to meet "the locals" when you visit a place.
Have a safe journey and a happy Christmas.
The satellite images might be useful for the area you are going to.
Regards,
H.
from AAD MAPING OFFICER

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Daily MODIS Mosaics of Antarctica Now Available from NASA Rapid Response
A complete mosaic of previous day(s) can be viewed by clicking on the 'Prev" button on the top of the page.
Each day a set of true color images are generated from data from the Terra and Aqua satellites at 4km, 2km, 1km and 250m resolutions along with a 367 false-color image is generated from Terra. By clicking on each individual tile within the mosaic, a page featuring that tile will come up, and the 250m image for that tile can be downloaded.
The images are mapped using the Polar Stereographic projection with origin at 0 longitude and -90 latitude with a -71 standard parallel (also known as EPSG code 3031). Each one of the files can be downloaded with the metadata file and directly used in GIS and remote sensing software for integration into other products and services.
This project was funded through the Earth Sciences Division, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
US Antarctic Program support for this product will be provided though the Antarctic Geospatial Information Center funded through the National Science Foundation Office Office of Polar Programs.


Jeffrey E. Schmaltz (SSAI)
MODIS Rapid Response Team
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Building 33 Room G108 Code 614.5
Greenbelt, MD 20771 - USA


Holli Riebeek, SSAI
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Earth Observatory/Terra Education & Public Outreach


Paul Morin
Director
Antarctic Geospatial Information Center
Department of Geology and Geophysics
University of Minnesota


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