1 October 2003
Geographic coordinates--upper left and lower right corner
latitudelongitude coordinates or, if known, the path/row of a Landsat scene, the
K/J of a SPOT scene; the orbit and frame number for a SAR image from ERS,
Radarsat, JERS, or Envisat.
Acceptable coverage dates.
Acceptable percentage of cloud cover, image quality, and off nadir
Satellite sensor or sensors.
Image format--digital tape, CDROM, projection wanted, projec-
tion parameters, tar (tape archive retrieval is a compression file format), satellite
format, compression or uncompressed.
Your name, phone, FAX, e-mail, mailing address.
Payment--TIO will determine the correct cost for the imagery,
which will be purchased for you by the USGS Eros Data Center (EDC). You will
have to do a Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPR) of the money to
EDC, EDC will send the imagery to the TIO for duplication and archiving in
CSIL at NIMA, the original image will be forwarded to you.
4-3 Satellite Image Licensing. The license for satellite imagery is extended
to a no cost duplication of the data for any DOD agencies and their contractors
when the imagery is bought through the TEC-TIO contract with NIMA and the
USGS EROS Data Center. Beyond that, the license specifically states that no
other duplication of the unprocessed data is allowed.
4-4 Image Archive Search and Cost. The following
is a compilation
chive search sources, along with web site addresses and the approximate cost of
imagery. Data costs reflect new purchases and archive data rates at the time of the
release of this manual.
a. USGS EROS Data Center.
LANDSAT (MSS, TM4 & 5)
$ 425 - 2700.00
First Image $ 45.00
$ 7.50 Pan
$ 15.00 - Color
Full Orbit AVHRR
DEMs and DLGs
ALI (Landsat mimic 37km by 42km)
$ 500 2800 http://eo1.usgs.gov/
Hyperion (hyperspectral 7.7km by 42km)
$ 500 - 2800