The Future of Remote Sensing From Space
Publisher: U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment 1993
Number of pages: 213
This report, the first of three in a broad OTA assessment of Earth observation systems, examines issues related to the development and operation of publicly funded U.S. and foreign civilian remote sensing systems. It also explores the military and intelligence use of data gathered by civilian satellites. In addition, the report examines the outlook for privately funded and operated remote sensing systems.
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