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The PROBA-V mission provides multispectral images to study the evolution of the vegetation cover on a daily and global basis.
The Indian Remote Sensing satellites IRS-1C and IRS-1D were identical Earth-imaging satellites operated by the Indian Space Research Organisation.
IRS-P6 (also known as ResourceSat-1) launched on 17 October 2003 from Satish Dhawan Space Centre by the Indian PSLV-C5, and came to an end on 30 September 2013.
IRS-R2 (ResourceSat-2) continues the remote sensing data services to global users provided by the ResourceSat-1 mission and also provides data with enhanced multispectral/ spatial coverage.
IRS-1D is part of the IRS (Indian Remote Sensing) satellites, a large family of Earth observation satellites operated by ISRO.
IRS-1C is part of the IRS (Indian Remote Sensing) satellites, a large family of Earth observation satellites operated by ISRO.