RADARSAT Ortho-rectified Mosaic of Canada, Lambert Conformal Conic, 1000 Metres

The development of the RADARSAT-1 Ortho-rectified Mosaic of Canada was initiated to provide a unique synoptic view of Canada using data acquired from Canada's first Earth Observation Satellite, launched in November of 1995. It celebrates the fact that RADARSAT-1 has reached and passed its five year design life in orbit. The satellite continues to deliver imagery that has been proven effective in a wide range of applications including ice reconnaissance, disaster management, oceanography and agriculture. This digital product has been developed at a number of scales (technically pixel spacing) to allow a variety of users the ability to download and use this data.

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Autor Government of Canada, Natural Resources Canada, Earth Science Sector, Data Management and Dissemination Branch
Mirëmbajtësi Government of Canada, Natural Resources Canada, Centre for Topographic Information (Sherbrooke)
Last Updated October 10, 2013, 23:20
Created December 15, 2011, 19:10
department Natural Resources Canada
level_of_government Federal
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