Interior Continues Leadership Role in Land Remote Sensing Under National Space Policy Announced by the President
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Space Policy announced by the White House today recognizes and endorses the Department of the Interior’s expertise and accomplishments in land imaging and remote sensing to advance global climate change research and provide data for science and natural resource management.
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