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New, Gridded Level 3 Data Product Facilitates the Use of GEDI Mission Data

ORNL DAAC has released a new Level 3 data product from the Global Ecosystem Dynamics Investigation (GEDI) mission offering gridded estimates of canopy height and ground elevation.

Typhoon Surigae near the Philippines

Image captured on 19 April 2021, by the VIIRS instrument, aboard the joint NASA/NOAA NOAA 20 satellite.

Disappearing Deltas: The Delta-X Airborne Mission Investigates

NASA researchers are using high resolution airborne data to determine the vulnerability and resilience of the Mississippi River Delta.

NASA's IMPACT Collaborates on Global Flood Detection Challenge

A joint NASA/Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS) competition is applying AI to the remote detection of floods.

EOSDIS Products and Services Receive High Marks in 2020 ACSI Survey

Once again, EOSDIS products and services and EOSDIS DAACs earn high rates of customer satisfaction in annual survey

Kevin Murphy Selected as Chief Science Data Officer

Murphy brings years of experience overseeing NASA data to this new Science Mission Directorate (SMD) position.

Etosha Pan, Namibia

Image captured on 5 April 2021, by the MODIS instrument, aboard the Terra satellite.

Remembering Dr. Peter Fox (1959 to 2021)

A titan of the Earth and space science data community, Fox was recognized globally for his contributions and expertise.

Data Chat: Dr. Jeffrey Masek

The Harmonized Landsat Sentinel-2 (HLS) project offers daily, 30-meter global land surface data products to facilitate a wide range of terrestrial Earth science research.

Finding Needles in a Satellite Imagery Haystack

A partnership between NASA's IMPACT and SpaceML led to the development of an open-source framework that simplifies the discovery of satellite imagery in NASA Worldview.

Eight Citizen Science Projects Receive NASA Funding

NASA’s Citizen Science for Earth Systems Program (CSESP) announces eight citizen science projects funded through the 2020 NASA Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES) solicitation.

User Profile: Dr. Qing Liang

NASA’s wide range of atmospheric datasets help scientists like Dr. Qing Liang monitor and simulate concentrations of trace gasses that impact ozone in the atmosphere.

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