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The 1st DESIS User Workshop has taken place fully online from Tuesday, 28th of September to Friday, 1st of October 2021. Workshop attendance was free, open and fully online.

The German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany, and Teledyne Brown Engineering (TBE) located in Huntsville, Alabama, USA, operate the imaging spectrometer DESIS that is integrated in the Multi-User-System for Earth Sensing (MUSES) platform installed on the International Space Station (ISS). For more information about the DESIS mission, data products and access visit our DESIS mission website.

More than 50 scientific teams are already working with DESIS data. With this workshop, we would like to provide a platform for discussion and knowledge exchange related to spaceborne imaging spectroscopy with a focus on DESIS mounted on MUSES/ISS. We would like to get a feedback on your first experiences working with DESIS data.

The DESIS Best Image has been awarded! More information is available here.

The DESIS workshop has been performed under the umbrella of
ISPRS International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
Commission I Working Group 1 (WG I/1)
Commission III Working Group 4 (WG III/4)

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Unfortunately, no registration is possible at the moment. We ask for your understanding.