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Avondale Bay Roberts Bell Island Botwood Carbonear Clarenville Clarke's Beach Conception Bay South Corner Brook Dildo Flatrock Gander Grand Falls - Windsor Holyrood Mount Pearl Paradise Placentia Portugal Cove Pouch Cove St.CFCB is an AM radio station in Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, broadcasting at 570 k Hz operating at a power of 10,000 watts daytime and 1,000 watts night time.For the second image we added some of the "invisible" bands.What looks like red in the picture is actually shortwave infrared. Philip's Long Pond Salt Pond Marystown Winterland Grand Bank Saint-Pierre (France) Miquelon (France) Hermitage Clarenville Bonavista Port Blandford Port Blandford (feeder cam) Gander Twillingate Grand Falls-Windsor (TCH) Grand Falls-Windsor (Town) Badger Badger Steps Springdale Sandy Lake Pynn's Brook Humber Village Marble Mountain Corner Brook Corner Brook (hwy) Doyles Port aux Basques (weight scale) Woody Point Daniel's Harbour Flower's Cove St.Miami Beach Baie des Trépassés North Bay Village Bob Hall Pier Santa Maria Rhodes Finse Mansfield Mobile Home Park Villa Taina Rd pt des Chataigniers, Rte de M...Copyright (c) 2019 Rodney Barney I recommend using the above links for camera images in Atlantic Canada, as I try to keep these regularly updated. The list below has become stale and is generally not maintained; however, it is left posted for those that find utility in it, for now.
The two images to the left show the same area in Australia with a river and salt pan.
Green is really near infrared and what looks like blue is actually red!
See how the plants stand out in the green (actually near infrared)? The image on the right shows the same area but this time the red and green in the picture are actually shortwave infrared, and blue remains blue.
Landsat 8 has a pushbroom sensor which means that it scans the Earth line by line, 185 kilometers wide.
It continuously transmits data to the station antenna down below where it is decoded, processed and turned into images in real-time (yes, as fast as it is received! These images are streamed to the Far Earth Observer within seconds where you can view them in your browser. Landsat's Operational Land Imager (OLI) sensor records 9 bands between 4 nm, which means it can see colours ranging from blue to shortwave infrared.