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Typical Areas for Study Using MISR: Classifying Earth's Surface Properties


Typical Areas for Study Using MISR: Classifying Earth's Surface Properties

The Mississippi River near St. Louis, Missouri: A variety of surface properties is seen in this August 1990 view of the Mississippi River, surrounded by riparian woodland, farmland, and forest. MISR will classify different types of surface on Earth, and measure their brightness and directional reflectance.

Photograph by Barbara Gaitley, JPL image P-48865A

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