Input sought in the planning process for Landsat 9


The Australian Earth Observation Community Coordination Group (AEOCCG) is offering interested parties the opportunity to provide input to the planning process for Landsat 9, through Dr Leo Lymburner, who is the Australian member on the International Landsat Science Team.

The USGS/NASA lead Landsat Science Team has been asked to document the dependencies between specific applications and sensor design. This will inform the Architecture Study Team when they review different design options for Landsat 9.

Further information and documentation is available at the AEOCCG website, and submissions are required by this Saturday, December 14th.

The Australian Earth Observation Community Coordination Group invites users and scientists working in applicable application domains to review the spreadsheets available at the link above, and update values within them as appropriate.

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