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Application Tips for ENVI 5 – Using FLAASH for atmospheric correction of airborne hyperspectral data

This is part of a series on tips for getting the most out of your geospatial applications. Check back regularly or follow HySpeed Computing to see the latest examples and demonstrations. 970 more words

Remote Sensing

Guest Blog: Futurevolc - The Next Step in Volcano Monitoring

Karsten Spaans is a PhD student working in the Institute of Geophysics and tectonics at the University of Leeds. His research focuses on the monitoring of volcanoes using satellite radar. 450 more words

Volcano

New Radar Satellite Launch Starts New Era of Earth Observation

A few academics from the department were invited to mission control in Germany to watch the launch of the first of a suite of earth observation satellites as part of the… 102 more words

Earth Observation

Visualizing HICO Ground Tracks Using Google Earth – A useful tool for project planning

Do you work with HICO imagery? Are you planning a project using HICO? Or perhaps you’re just interested in exploring where HICO will be acquiring imagery in the coming days? 736 more words

Remote Sensing

Satellites and Simulations Track Missing Methane

In the April 2014 issue of IEEE Spectrum:

Methane emissions from oil and gas extraction, herding livestock, and other human activities in the United States are likely 

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Climate Change

Application Tips for ENVI 5.1 – Saving and Restoring Views and Layers

This is part of a series on tips for getting the most out of your geospatial applications. Check back regularly or follow HySpeed Computing to see the latest examples and demonstrations. 268 more words

Remote Sensing

ISS: Cloud Computing from Above the Clouds

After more than a decade of construction, and with another decade of life apparently secure, the International Space Station is entering a new era which is seeing an increasingly wider array of interests make use of its capabilities. 450 more words

NASA