Presenters: John Jennings and Donn Anderson
Landsat satellites have been showing us our Earth from space since Landsat 1 launched in 1972! Developed jointly by NASA and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Landsat collects data on the forests, farms, urban areas, and freshwater of our home planet generating the longest continuous record of its kind. Leaders across the globe use this free data to better understand environmental change, manage agricultural practices, allocate scarce water resources, respond to natural disasters, and more. Come learn about Landsat’s capabilities and some of its amazing results!
Location: Space Museum Galaxy Theater
Cost: Included with Admission