How one man helped crack the code on turning satellite images into maps

06/25/2014 | Wired.com

John Parr Snyder, who spent most of his career as a chemical engineer, turned a passion for geodesy -- the study of the shape of the earth -- into a solution to help create maps from satellite images. In particular, Snyder helped map images collected by Landsat 1, a satellite launched in 1972.

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