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The overall purpose of IndianaView is to promote sharing and use of public domain remotely sensed image data (aerial and satellite platforms) for education, research and outreach across universities, colleges, K-12 educators and state and local governments.

AmericaView Earth Observation Day: April 9. Classroom tools are available at the web site.

Some recent educational materials:
- AmericaView MultiSpec Remote Sensing Tutorials
- USGS Education Web Site
- New: GENI GeoSpatial Tutorial for High School Students
- New: Landsat Images for some Indiana Counties

A portal for access to near real-time image data from the Purdue Terrestrial Observatory, called PRESTIGE , is available. See PRESTIGE Fact Sheet for more information.

See " Geospatial Revolution " for an interesting set of videos.
See Google's Landsat Timelapse Viewer for an interactive video of almost anywhere on Earth.

Data Portal Additions (use "Download Image Data" link in the right column to access IndianaView glovis portal):
- The 2012 NASS Crop Data Layer is now available. Direct Link
- MODIS LAI data set is available for 2008 to 2012 for Indiana. Direct Link
- The IndianaView GloVis portal has been updated; it is now part of the web page not a separate pop-up window.

New: First Landsat 8 images available for Indiana.

 
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