The first images Landsat 8 corrected from atmospheric effects are available

The first Landsat 8 images corrected from atmospheric effects are available here.

These are Landsat 8 images acquired over France between April and December 2013. The images have been processed by the MUSCATE workshop at CNES using a prototype of Level 2A processing line, MACCS, conceived and developed at CESBIO.

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