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NASA Launches LANDSAT-1

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[[Image:Landsat1.jpg|thumb|left|Landsat 1 in the assembly room.]]
  
 
On 23 July 1972, at Vandenberg Air Force Base, the Earth Resources Technology Satellite (LANDSAT-1) was launched. It provided a platform for amassing data on Earth's physical resources and conditions on a planetary scale.
 
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Landsat 1 in the assembly room.
Landsat 1 in the assembly room.

On 23 July 1972, at Vandenberg Air Force Base, the Earth Resources Technology Satellite (LANDSAT-1) was launched. It provided a platform for amassing data on Earth's physical resources and conditions on a planetary scale.