Landsat continues to support the International Disaster Charter.
Plant life is expanding in the area around Mount Everest, and across the Himalayan region, new research shows.
Landsat 9’s two science instruments are now attached to the spacecraft.
Ecologists are using Landsat to locate waterbird habitat that may be vulnerable in dry years.
Landsat-based urban extent and phenology indicators provide new information about urban environments.
Landsat helps monitor changes in artisanal gold mining areas, enabling land managers to prevent and remedy environmental impacts.
Fires in forested watersheds that support drinking water supplies can introduce contaminants that overwhelm current treatment capabilities. Earth observation data are helping.
IndigoAg is using HLS data to help fulfill its mission of making farms more profitable and sustainable.
There is a dance between the vegetation that thrives along a river's edge and the availability of water; with Landsat, that relationship is now being understood in ways not previously possible.