LANDSAT 6 IMAGES TO PROVIDE MOPE REMOTE SENSING MUSCLE

David G. Koger Consultant Fort Worth With the launch planned for third quarter 1993 of Landsat 6, the newest civilian use imaging satellite, oil and gas explorationists will have been using satellite images for 20 years. The economic benefits of remote sensing photogeology will get yet another boost as data from the "enhanced thematic mapper" become available almost immediately from a new ground station at Norman, Okla. Photogeology is the practice of examining photography of the earth to

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