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Table of Contents
1. Introduction
2. Sensors
3. Microwaves
4. Image Analysis
5. Applications

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Fundamentals of Remote Sensing

Chapter 4


4.3 Whiz Quiz

One 8-bit pixel takes up one single byte of computer disk space. One kilobyte (Kb) is 1024 bytes. One megabyte (Mb) is 1024 kilobytes. How many megabytes of computer disk space would be required to store an 8-bit Landsat Thematic Mapper (TM) image (7 bands), which is 6000 pixels by 6000 lines in dimension?
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