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Scientist use remote sensing stations to acquire real time imagery and data from various orbiting satellites to help them better understand global warming and climate change. Terascan, a satellite imagery receiving and processing program, is used to download and then take images and add post capture meta data such as borders and tags. These images are then cataloged and put into an ArcGIS database for later review and research. A combination of automation, streamlining, and back-end optimizations will allow research to continue with the best available data which will help us better understand the effects of climate change.