Washington-Allen is a longtime Landsat data user working towards drylands restoration and sustainability solutions.
Virginia T. Norwood, a founding figure in the field of satellite land imaging, died on Sunday, March 26, 2023, at age 96.
Virginia Norwood was recognized by AGS for her development of the first Landsat sensor and Karen Seto was recognized for her urban growth research which often relies on the long Landsat data archive.
A U.S. Senate subcommittee hearing titled “Landsat at 50 & the Future of U.S. Satellite-based Earth Observation: took place on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2022.
On Saturday, October 15, the Visitors Center at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight center presented an audio/visual event in celebration of Landsat’s 50th anniversary.
OSAM-1 Lead Systems Engineer Wendy Morgenstern discusses NASA’s On-orbit Servicing, Assembly, and Manufacturing 1 mission to robotically refuel Landsat 7, a satellite that wasn’t designed to be serviced.
Data collected by citizen scientists like you helps land cover scientists evaluate the quality of the maps produced from satellites like Landsat.
I use Landsat data alongside other satellite and field data to map where and when crops like wheat are growing, to analyze different management practices including when crops are planted and harvested, to assess crop health and to forecast end of season yields.
In recognition of Earth Day, NASA is highlighting two interns advancing the well-being of our planet through their work with the Landsat team.
Wu wants anyone to be able to derive meaningful information from geospatial data like Landsat.
Top honors were bestowed upon Virginia Norwood in recognition of her far-reaching impact on the field of remote sensing.
Scientist and Landsat data user Africa Flores recently talked with Science Friday about her work.