SATELLITE IMAGES

 

 

High Resolution LANDSAT

 

Landsat natural color - RGB bands 3,2,1 - Great view of  "Laguna de los Patos", Rio Grande del Sur, Brasil 

 

Another Landsat natural color image: Cachi area, province od Salta Argentina: a very important archeological zone 

 

 

GPS (Global Positioning System) use example - Punta del Este, Landsat Image - False infrared composition bands 7,4,2 - resolution 30m. In this interactive satellite image we will make a simple example of the application of this technology

 

 

July 27 of 1997 - Landsat, infrared Composition False RGB Bands 3.4.5 - 30mts of resolution by pixel: Subquadrant, Rio Paraguay, South area of the Pantanal

 

 

 

Very High Resolution (IKONOS, QUICKBIRD)

 

June of 2000, Ikonos satellite, composition RGB natural color. Resolution 1m x Pixel. Tobacco area near Lexington, Kentucky - the new generations of satellites of very high resolution (Ikonos, Quickbird) have revolutionized the remote sensing. Although the cost by square kilometer of these satelite images is higher than their precedents, as it can be appraised here, many of the classic benefits of the aerial photography are surpassed, due that it´s possible to cover with a single image, which in aerial photo would have to be several takings. In addition, the fact to suppress the procedures of the old technique (georectificación, mosaics, etc..), plus the fact to use airplanes and expensive equipment for its acquisition, will drastically reduce the final cost of any project 

 

 
Note: all the images of high resolution LANDSAT and very high resolution, IKONOS and QUICKBIRD, that you can see in this site were acquired in international suppliers companies.

 

 

Low Resolution

 

Uruguay: DEM (Digital elevation model) comnination with a Seastar satellite image. Resolution 1km per pixel 

 

March 12 of 2000 - Infrared Composition False RGB Bands 2.1.1 - Resolution 1,100km by pixel: Subquadrant Los Andes Mountain Range: dawn in Los Andes

 

August 16 of 1999 - NOAA 14 - Band 1 - Resolution 1,100km by pixel: Subquadrant Paraguay center and south. As it can be seen, this image was put under several levels of processing. The white zones with "comet" shapes correspond to fire feathers of intentional origin, whose objective is, without a doubt, burn fields. Look that these fires are distributed practically in the 3/4 parts of the Paraguayan territory. The resulting environmental impact of this practice, given its proportions, really must worry 

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