At the 2019 AGU Fall Meeting, over 500 presentations feature research conducted with the aid of Landsat data.
A new longitudinal study from Australia has harnessed thirty years of NASA/USGS Landsat data to map the nationwide movement and migration of mangrove forests.
Farmers across the Midwest are in a race to finish harvesting their corn, soybean, and other staples of the Thanksgiving dinner table before the first crop killing freeze sets in.
A new USGS report estimates an increase in the domestic and international economic benefits to society provided by the Landsat archive to about $3.45 billion in 2017, compared to $2.19 billion in 2011.
Wyoming students in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources are using Landsat images to gauge and improve lands owned by their families.
The intensity of summer algal blooms has increased over the past three decades, according to a first-ever global survey of dozens of large, freshwater lakes.
The 2019 Pecora Award recipients include former Landsat Science Team leader Thomas R. Loveland and the Terra Science and Flight Operations Team.
OLI-2 is now built, tested, and in place to be assembled onto the spacecraft.
The 2019 Earth Science Week Poster was created as a joint project between NASA and America View to show the wide scope of applications of geoscience.
Landsat Collection 2 will improve data quality and provide more accurate information for use in land change analysis, resulting in more informed decision-making.