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The North Antelope Rochelle Complex is the most productive of the PRB mines. In 2018, the mine sold 98.4 million tons of coal. In 2017, it accounted for 13.1% of U.S. coal production. It began operations in 1983, and the series of Landsat images shows the progression of this mine since 1984.

 

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June 29, 1984, Landsat 5 (path/row 34/30) — North Antelope Rochelle Complex Mines, Wyoming, USA
Sept. 23, 1992, Landsat 5 (path/row 34/30) — North Antelope Rochelle Complex Mines, Wyoming, USA
Sept. 24, 1998, Landsat 5 (path/row 34/30) — North Antelope Rochelle Complex Mines, Wyoming, USA
Sept. 22, 2003, Landsat 5 (path/row 34/30) — North Antelope Rochelle Complex Mines, Wyoming, USA
Sept. 19, 2008, Landsat 5 (path/row 34/30) — North Antelope Rochelle Complex Mines, Wyoming, USA
Sept. 20, 2014, Landsat 8 (path/row 34/30) — North Antelope Rochelle Complex Mines, Wyoming, USA
Sept. 18, 2019, Landsat 8 (path/row 34/30) — North Antelope Rochelle Complex Mines, Wyoming, USA
Sept. 7, 2021, Landsat 8 (path/row 34/30) — North Antelope Rochelle Complex Mines, Wyoming, USA
Sept. 18, 2022, Landsat 9 (path/row 34/30) — North Antelope Rochelle Complex Mines, Wyoming, USA
Sept. 28, 2023, Landsat 9 (path/row 35/30) — North Antelope Rochelle Complex Mines, Wyoming, USA

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