On July 23, 1972, the United States launched landsat-1, the world's first resource satellite, and then launched landsat-2 and landsat-3 successively in the following 10 years. These three satellites belong to the first generation of resource satellites, which are equipped with a return beam photoconductive camera and a multispectral scanner (MSS), with three or four spectral segments, with a resolution of 79M and a width of 185km.
At present, there are 28 MSS data in Heihe River Basin, and the acquisition time is 1972-10-141972-10-301973-01-101973-01-311973-02-161973-06-041973-10-071973-10-28 (2 scenes), 1973-12-221974-01-051975-10-071975-10-091976-07-041976-10-181976-11-071976-11-271976-12-301977-01-191977-02-071977-04-201977-05-06 (2 Jing), 1977-05-081977-06-101977-06-291977-07-181978-10-09.
The image was corrected by orthophoto.
|collect time||1972/07/01 - 1978/12/15|
|data size||741.8 MB|
|Data spatial resolution (/ M)||90.0m|
LANDSAT MSS data
Image corrected by orthophoto
Data set quality control through strict manual audit
|2||黑河流域Landsat MSS遥感影像数据集-文档.rar||2.2 MB|
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