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    The U.S. Geological Survey will make Landsat 9 data available from the Landsat archive beginning February 10, 2022

    By Lurker,
    At this time, USGS Landsat 9 Collection 2 Level-1 and Level-2 data will be made available for download from EarthExplorer, Machine to Machine (M2M), and LandsatLook. Initially, USGS will provide only full-bundle downloads. USGS will provide single band downloads and browse images, and Landsat 9 Collection 2 U.S. Analysis Ready Data shortly thereafter. Commercial cloud data distribution will take 3-5 days to reach full capacity.  The recently deployed Landsat 9 satellite passed its post-laun

    Github Copilot: next stage of autocomplete

    By rahmansunbeam,
    I just had my hands on the new GitHub feature, GitHub Copilot. It needs to install an extension in VSCode and gain access to the GitHub account. This video is just a glimpse of what it currently can do with ArcPy.  

    NASA developing drones to monitor potential volcano eruptions

    By Lurker,
    NASA has partnered with other US agencies and a Colorado-based drone manufacturer to create a UAV-based system to observe volcanoes for indications of what otherwise might be unexpected, catastrophic eruptions for local communities. NASA has long been interested in deploying drones to replace human monitors and small aircraft habitually used for near-range examination of volcano activity and for gathering evidence of approaching eruptions. Tipped off to those by data collected with sensors

    Wild New Paper Suggests Earth's Tectonic Activity Has an Unseen Source

    By Lurker,
    Earth is far from a solid mass of rock. The outer layer of our planet – known as the lithosphere – is made up of more than 20 tectonic plates; as these gargantuan slates glide about the face of the planet, we get the movement of continents, and interaction at the boundaries, not least of which is the rise and fall of entire mountain ranges and oceanic trenches. Yet there's some debate over what causes these giant slabs of rock to move around in the first place. Amongst the many hypothe

    New research strengthens link between glaciers and Earth's 'Great Unconformity'

    By Lurker,
    New research provides further evidence that rocks representing up to a billion years of geological time were carved away by ancient glaciers during the planet's "Snowball Earth" period, according to a study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The research presents the latest findings in a debate over what caused the Earth's "Great Unconformity"—a time gap in the geological record associated with the erosion of rock up to 3 miles thick in areas across the globe.

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