- Northeast Africa, Middle East & Asia
- Masthead platform instrument info SMAP/Radiometer
- Masthead date range 23 July 2018
ACCESS NASA EARTH SCIENCE DATA
NASA's data policy ensures that all NASA data are available fully, openly, and without restrictions. Here's what this means to you.
The NASA Global Hydrology Resource Center (GHRC) Distributed Active Archive Center (DAAC) has published the HS3 SHIPS Intensity dataset. This data was acquired between March 18, 2014 through September 30, 2014 during the NASA HS3 field campaign. The SHIPS model provides tropical storm
intensity forecasts for the Atlantic Ocean and the eastern and central
North Pacific Ocean storms and invest areas. To discover and access these data:
This NASA Alaska Satellite Facility (ASF) DAAC data recipe will go over the steps to create a mosaic of two Sentinel-1 Ground Range Detected (GRD) synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data products in different swaths using the Sentinel-1 Toolbox. Download the recipe: http://bit.ly/2vNvH6p Image Credit: Copernicus Sentinel data 2018, processed by ESA.
Could climate change be to blame for declines in Dall sheep numbers? Scientists funded by NASA's Arctic-Boreal Vulnerability Experiment (ABoVE) are studying the effects of global climate change on alpine vegetation and snowpack in an effort to understand how these changes impact iconic wildlife including Dall sheep. Learn more about the NASA ABoVE Dall Sheep Project: http://bit.ly/2MtchhK
Image captured on 20 August 2018, by the VIIRS instrument, on board the joint NOAA/NASA Suomi-NPP satellite.
Radiocarbon and satellite data hint at the future of California emissions.
Not Your Average Summer Internship
NASA summer interns are a tremendous asset for improving data, products, and services at the ESDIS Project Office and at DAACs across the country.
Webinar: ORNL DAAC MODIS and VIIRS Data Tools and Services at your Fingertips
Event Date: August 16, 2018
Join us to learn how to discover, subset, access and visualize both MODIS and VIIRS data products using a suite of user-friendly tools developed by NASA's ORNL DAAC.
User Profile: Dr. Larry O'Neill
Who uses NASA Earth science data? Dr. Larry O’Neill, to explore the effects of air-sea interactions on weather, ocean, and climate.
Daymet Data Take the Planet’s Pulse
Daymet data from NASA’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory Distributed Active Archive Center (ORNL DAAC) provide almost 40 years of weather measurements for North America and are ORNL DAAC’s most popular products.
NASA’s EOSDIS and the International Council for Science (ICSU) World Data System (WDS)
Through a shared objective of ensuring the free and open availability of Earth science data, NASA and the WDS are working together to improve international data stewardship, archiving, and use.
Nearly 20 Years of Change at Your Fingertips
Interactively explore your world your way with nearly 20 years of MODIS global imagery and the EOSDIS Worldview data visualization application.
EOSDIS Data News - 08/17/2018
GES DISCNASA's Goddard Earth Sciences Data and Information Services Center (GES DISC) published the Cross-track Infrared Sounder (CrIS) Level 1B ...
CALIOP V1.00 L3 Stratospheric Aerosol Formal Release Announcement
CALIOP V1.00 L3 Stratospheric Aerosol Formal Release AnnouncementWednesday, August 15, 2018The CALIPSO mission team, in collaboration with the ...
Need for New Geoscience Data Services Examined at Boulder Workshop
Scientists, data managers, and systems professionals gathered at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, Colorado, August 7...
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