Landsat Collections - RMSE
Landsat Collections: Providing a Stable Environment Record for Time Series Analysis
This is the second of a three-part video series describing the new U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Landsat Collection 1 inventory structure. Collection 1 required the reprocessing of all archived Landsat data to achieve radiometric and geometric consistency of Level-1 products through time and across all Landsat sensors. This video specifically explains the radial root mean square error (RMSE), and how it is used to define the spatial accuracy of a Landsat scene, and whether it is organized into Tier 1 or Tier 2 of the Landsat Collection 1 inventory structure. To learn more about Landsat Collections please visit https://usgs.gov/landsat-collections.
The Landsat Program is a series of Earth-observing satellites co-managed by USGS and NASA, and offers the longest continuous space-based record of Earth’s land in existence. Every day, Landsat satellites orbit Earth and provide essential information to help land managers and policymakers make informed decisions about our natural resources and environment. All Landsat data are distributed by the USGS at no charge from EarthExplorer, GloVis NEXT and the LandsatLook Viewer. To learn more about the Landsat Program please visit https://usgs.gov/landsat or follow us on Twitter @USGSLandsat or Facebook @NASA.Landsat.