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Fifty Years of Landsat

Celebrating 50 years of continuous Earth observation, the joint U.S. Geological Survey/NASA Landsat program of Earth observation satellites has provided a broad range of scientists, professional analysts, and ordinary citizens around the globe with accurate and impartial Earth imagery and data.

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Part 1: Pioneer in Promoting Food Security in Space

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Part 2: Sharing Earth Information for the Benefit of All

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Part 3: Observing Global Forests from above the Canopy

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Part 4: Impartial Eye on Climate Change

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Part 5: Watchmen for Wildfires

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Part 6: Observing Earth to Look Forward

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Landsat: 50 Years Observing a Changing Earth

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Landsat Anniversary Marks a Half-Century of Earth Selfies

USGS Scientific Research Results

One of our primary functions is to provide quality scientific information to the public through our various products.

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Data

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Publications

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Web Tools

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Software

Maps

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Map Releases

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Topographic (Topo) Maps

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Volcanic Maps

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All USGS Maps

Videos and Imagery

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Audio

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Before and After Images

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Images

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Slideshows

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Stereograms

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Videos

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Webcams

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All Multimedia

Real-time Data Information

Providing real-time or near real-time data and information on current conditions and earth observations.

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Earthquakes

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Landsat

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National Water Dashboard

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Volcanoes

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Landslides

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Geomagnetism

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Harmful Algal Blooms

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Wildland Fire

Science for a Changing World

We monitor, assess, and conduct targeted science research so that policy makers and the public have the understanding they need to enhance preparedness, response, and resilience.

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Mission Areas

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Programs

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Interior Regions

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Science Centers

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Observatories

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Laboratories

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Science Support Offices

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Locations

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Key Officials