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Mapping Minerals with Light

Looking beyond visible light highlights the mineral geology surrounding China’s Piqiang Fault.


NASA image by Robert Simmon with ASTER data. Caption by Holli Riebeek with information and review provided by David Mayer, Robert Simmon, and Michael Abrams.

Published April 17, 2014
Data acquired February 24, 2005

Source:
Terra > ASTER
Topics:
Land Surface > Surface Radiative Properties > Emissivity
Land Surface > Surface Radiative Properties > Reflectance