The resounding takeaway from a recent paper authored by Landsat Science Team members: Keep Landsat data free and open.
Learn about the Landsat Burned Area algorithm that identifies burned areas in dense time-series of Landsat data.
This latest version was created by mining and processing the entire Landsat archive.
Some Landsat-focused excerpts from Garik Gutman's March 2019 message to the LCLUC team.
Thomas managed the development of early Landsat image processing software systems and became the resident expert on the Computer Compatible Tapes that were used to store early Landsat imagery.
Two new Landsat-based data products and a mapping tool provide data on man-made impervious surfaces and urban extents throughout the world.
Evolving technology, free data and robust calibration have helped make Landsat the cornerstone of global land imaging.
Sprawling urban fires that once plagued civilization were thought to be a thing the past—the Camp Fire let us know they are back.
C.J. Loria will oversee Landsat satellite and Earth imaging operations.
Landsat 9 Ground System development team members executed the first of a series of Ground Readiness Tests this week.