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Nasa – What Doesn’t Stay In Vegas? Sprawl.

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  1. It’s a cloud (and its shadow to the NW: the Sun azimuth is SE at the time of the Landsat satellite overpass — at this latitude). There is also a smaller cloud and its shadow. Green vegetation shows in red because these images are standard false color composites that drive the red color gun with the radiance recorded in the near-infrared (NIR) band (green vegetation reflects NIR light but absorbs red light).

  2. It’s a cloud (and its shadow to the NW: the Sun azimuth is SE at the time of the Landsat satellite overpass — at this latitude). There is also a smaller cloud and its shadow. Green vegetation shows in red because these images are standard false color composites that drive the red color gun with the radiance recorded in the near-infrared (NIR) band (green vegetation reflects NIR light but absorbs red light).

  3. It’s a cloud (and its shadow to the NW: the Sun azimuth is SE at the time of the Landsat satellite overpass — at this latitude). There is also a smaller cloud and its shadow. Green vegetation shows in red because these images are standard false color composites that drive the red color gun with the radiance recorded in the near-infrared (NIR) band (green vegetation reflects NIR light but absorbs red light).

  4. It’s a cloud (and its shadow to the NW: the Sun azimuth is SE at the time of the Landsat satellite overpass — at this latitude). There is also a smaller cloud and its shadow. Green vegetation shows in red because these images are standard false color composites that drive the red color gun with the radiance recorded in the near-infrared (NIR) band (green vegetation reflects NIR light but absorbs red light).

  5. It’s a cloud (and its shadow to the NW: the Sun azimuth is SE at the time of the Landsat satellite overpass — at this latitude). There is also a smaller cloud and its shadow. Green vegetation shows in red because these images are standard false color composites that drive the red color gun with the radiance recorded in the near-infrared (NIR) band (green vegetation reflects NIR light but absorbs red light).

  6. It’s a cloud (and its shadow to the NW: the Sun azimuth is SE at the time of the Landsat satellite overpass — at this latitude). There is also a smaller cloud and its shadow. Green vegetation shows in red because these images are standard false color composites that drive the red color gun with the radiance recorded in the near-infrared (NIR) band (green vegetation reflects NIR light but absorbs red light).

  7. It’s a cloud (and its shadow to the NW: the Sun azimuth is SE at the time of the Landsat satellite overpass — at this latitude). There is also a smaller cloud and its shadow. Green vegetation shows in red because these images are standard false color composites that drive the red color gun with the radiance recorded in the near-infrared (NIR) band (green vegetation reflects NIR light but absorbs red light).

  8. It’s a cloud (and its shadow to the NW: the Sun azimuth is SE at the time of the Landsat satellite overpass — at this latitude). There is also a smaller cloud and its shadow. Green vegetation shows in red because these images are standard false color composites that drive the red color gun with the radiance recorded in the near-infrared (NIR) band (green vegetation reflects NIR light but absorbs red light).

  9. It’s a cloud (and its shadow to the NW: the Sun azimuth is SE at the time of the Landsat satellite overpass — at this latitude). There is also a smaller cloud and its shadow. Green vegetation shows in red because these images are standard false color composites that drive the red color gun with the radiance recorded in the near-infrared (NIR) band (green vegetation reflects NIR light but absorbs red light).

  10. It’s a cloud (and its shadow to the NW: the Sun azimuth is SE at the time of the Landsat satellite overpass — at this latitude). There is also a smaller cloud and its shadow. Green vegetation shows in red because these images are standard false color composites that drive the red color gun with the radiance recorded in the near-infrared (NIR) band (green vegetation reflects NIR light but absorbs red light).

  11. It’s a cloud (and its shadow to the NW: the Sun azimuth is SE at the time of the Landsat satellite overpass — at this latitude). There is also a smaller cloud and its shadow. Green vegetation shows in red because these images are standard false color composites that drive the red color gun with the radiance recorded in the near-infrared (NIR) band (green vegetation reflects NIR light but absorbs red light).

  12. It’s a cloud (and its shadow to the NW: the Sun azimuth is SE at the time of the Landsat satellite overpass — at this latitude). There is also a smaller cloud and its shadow. Green vegetation shows in red because these images are standard false color composites that drive the red color gun with the radiance recorded in the near-infrared (NIR) band (green vegetation reflects NIR light but absorbs red light).

  13. It’s a cloud (and its shadow to the NW: the Sun azimuth is SE at the time of the Landsat satellite overpass — at this latitude). There is also a smaller cloud and its shadow. Green vegetation shows in red because these images are standard false color composites that drive the red color gun with the radiance recorded in the near-infrared (NIR) band (green vegetation reflects NIR light but absorbs red light).

  14. It’s a cloud (and its shadow to the NW: the Sun azimuth is SE at the time of the Landsat satellite overpass — at this latitude). There is also a smaller cloud and its shadow. Green vegetation shows in red because these images are standard false color composites that drive the red color gun with the radiance recorded in the near-infrared (NIR) band (green vegetation reflects NIR light but absorbs red light).

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