Landsat Collections

Landsat, a joint program of the USGS and NASA, has been observing the Earth continuously from 1972 through the present day. Today the Landsat satellites image the entire Earth's surface at a 30-meter resolution about once every two weeks, including multispectral and thermal data.

Landsat data is available in Earth Engine in its raw form, as Surface Reflectance, TOA-corrected reflectance, and in various ready-to-use computed products such as NDVI and EVI vegetation indices.

2013 - Present
1999 - Present
1984 – 2012
1982 - 1993
1972 – 1999