Posters and Games

Since 2016, the Landsat public outreach team has collaborated with AmericaView on creating posters for AGI’s Earth Science Week. Each poster addresses an Earth science theme with connections to Landsat imagery and societal benefits from over five decades of the Landsat program. If you represent a museum, library, visitors center or other institution and are interesting in using these resources for your programming, printed copies of some of these posters are available by contacting the Landsat Outreach Team.

The 2022 Earth Science Week poster was a joint effort between NASA and AmericaView and explores how the Landsat program has impacted geoscience over 50 years.

Poster Front  (16.1 Mb)
Poster Back  (8 Mb)

The 2021 Earth Science Week poster was a joint effort between NASA and AmericaView.

Poster Front  (24 Mb)
Poster Back (game)  (32.2 Mb)
Game Instructions  (6.1 Mb)

The 2020 Earth Science Week poster was a joint effort between NASA and AmericaView and features a game in which players collect raw Earth materials to manufacture products.

Poster Front  (24 Mb)
Poster Back (game)  (32.2 Mb)
Game Instructions  (6.1 Mb)

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. This poster has lots of information on the back as well as breathtaking imagery on the front.

Front of Poster (21.9 Mb)
Back of Poster (2.4 Mb)

The Landsat Program is a central pillar of our national remote sensing capability and represents the world’s longest continuous remotely sensed record of the Earth’s surface.

Front of Poster (127 Mb)
Back of the Poster (481 Mb)

NASA, AmericaView, and USGS have created a fun and educational new poster to celebrate Earth Science Week 2018 — October 14-20, 2018. The poster offers inspiring Landsat views of the American landscape on its front and has a fun game of exploration on its reverse side.

Front of Poster (7 Mb)
Back of the Poster (189 Mb)

This 20”x24” poster highlights observable change in ten locations around the globe. The back of the poster describes the Landsat program and the value Landsat data to our national geoheritage. Images from the poster can be used in a matching games to discover types of land cover change. This activity was developed in collaboration with AmericaView – a nationwide, university-based, and state-implemented consortium advancing the widespread use of remote-sensing data.

Front of Poster (117 Mb)
Booklet format of the back of the poster (3 Mb)
Additional Earth Shot image pairs to print and use with activity (23.5 Mb)