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   *[[http://​www.goes.noaa.gov/​|NOAA GOES]] - The Geostationary Satellite Server, run by NOAA. These guys maintain several satellites that are in locked orbit with various parts of the earth. Great for analyzing infrared, visible light, and water vapor data over various parts of the states. ​   *[[http://​www.goes.noaa.gov/​|NOAA GOES]] - The Geostationary Satellite Server, run by NOAA. These guys maintain several satellites that are in locked orbit with various parts of the earth. Great for analyzing infrared, visible light, and water vapor data over various parts of the states. ​
   *[[http://​eol.jsc.nasa.gov/​|The Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth]] - Lots of great images in here. Some aren't so great for typical remote sensing applications,​ but they are very pretty. They also have a lot of night photography.   *[[http://​eol.jsc.nasa.gov/​|The Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth]] - Lots of great images in here. Some aren't so great for typical remote sensing applications,​ but they are very pretty. They also have a lot of night photography.
-  *[[http://​landsat.org/​]] - The same imagery can be found on glovis, but this has a different ​too for selecting it.+  *[[http://​landsat.org/​]] - The same imagery can be found on glovis, but this has a different ​tool for selecting it.
   *[[http://​glcf.umiacs.umd.edu/​|Global Land Cover Facility]] - These guys have a **lot** of imagery: ASTER, Ikonos, Quickbird, landsat, MODIS, SRTM, and Orbview. They only have imagery for certain areas, but they do have imagery for non-US locations.   *[[http://​glcf.umiacs.umd.edu/​|Global Land Cover Facility]] - These guys have a **lot** of imagery: ASTER, Ikonos, Quickbird, landsat, MODIS, SRTM, and Orbview. They only have imagery for certain areas, but they do have imagery for non-US locations.
   *[[http://​southport.jpl.nasa.gov/​|NASA'​s JPL Radar Imaging Page]] - A lot of this is outdated, but it's a great resource for information about radar imaging. ​   *[[http://​southport.jpl.nasa.gov/​|NASA'​s JPL Radar Imaging Page]] - A lot of this is outdated, but it's a great resource for information about radar imaging. ​
   *[[http://​earthexplorer.usgs.gov/​|USGS EarthExplorer]] - Very similar to glovis, but with a considerably nicer user interface.   *[[http://​earthexplorer.usgs.gov/​|USGS EarthExplorer]] - Very similar to glovis, but with a considerably nicer user interface.
   *[[http://​viewer.nationalmap.gov/​|USGS National Map Viewer]] - A great place to go for all sorts of geographic data. Includes a mix of vector and raster data. Can be confusing to use at times, but generally provides great data.    *[[http://​viewer.nationalmap.gov/​|USGS National Map Viewer]] - A great place to go for all sorts of geographic data. Includes a mix of vector and raster data. Can be confusing to use at times, but generally provides great data. 
 +  *[[http://​lidar.cr.usgs.gov/​|USGS CLICK]] - Center for LIDAR Information Coordination and Knowledge. ​
 +  *[[http://​www.mappingsupport.com/​p/​gmap4.php?​ll=37.125286,​-94.21875&​t=m&​z=4|Gmap4]] - Not particularly special remotely sensed data, but a very powerful web application for examining GPS data (or any other shapefiles, within reason) overlaid on Google'​s maps and remote sensed data, as well as very high quality USGS 1:24k quads.
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