EnMAP
The instruments on Germany's hyperspectral Earth observation satellite, Environmental Mapping and Analysis Programme (EnMAP), will observe the sunlight reflected from Earth across a wide range of wavelengths from the visible to the short wave infrared. This will make it possible to accurately study the condition of Earth's surface, and the changes affecting it. The mission is scheduled to launch in 2017 and is designed to continuously operate for five years.
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EnMAP - Germany's hyperspectral satellite for Earth observation

The instruments on Germany's hyperspectral Earth observation satellite, Environmental Mapping and Analysis Programme (EnMAP), will observe the sunlight reflected from Earth across a wide range of wavelengths from the visible to the short wave infrared. This will make it possible to accurately study the condition of Earth's surface, and the changes affecting it. The mission is scheduled to launch in 2017 and is designed to continuously operate for five years.

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