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Ran GoldblattAug 30, 2022 2:17:00 PM< 1 min read

Fifty years of nightly global low-light imaging satellite observations

The article "Fifty years of nightly global low-light imaging satellite observations" offers a comprehensive overview of nighttime light (NTL) data collection via satellites, starting from the 1970s with the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP). It emphasizes the transition to the advanced NASA/NOAA Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS), highlighting the technological evolution and its impact on various scientific fields.

The piece also discusses future potential in satellite sensors for NTL, ideal for researchers and enthusiasts in remote sensing and satellite imagery. Learn more about this fascinating journey in satellite development at Frontiers in Remote Sensing