The Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) is currently the name of the most recent Landsat satellite mission launched on Feb. 11, 2013. The latest information about the LDCM project can be found on this website.
The U.S. Geological Survey is responsible for Landsat 7 satellite operations and Landsat 5 decomissioning, and will soon be responsible for Landsat 8 operations. USGS also manages theLandsat data archive and data distribution. Here, you can find technical documentation of calibration files, definitive ephemeris, data acquisition, international ground stations, image processing and more.
This is essential reading for Landsat 7 data users. Everything you need to know about Landsat data can be found here.
The Land-Cover and Land-Use Change Program (LCLUC) Program was initiated as a cross-cutting scientific research theme within NASA’s Earth Science Division. LCLUC focuses on developing interdisciplinary science with a high level of societal relevance. An end goal is to apply LCLUC scientific findings to natural resource management questions, starting with agricultural land use change.
This website features a feast for the eyes. See the aesthetic side of Landsat imagery here.