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  • Masthead date range 26 August 2017

SST After Hurricane Harvey

This image shows Gulf of Mexico Sea Surface Temperature (SST) following Hurricane Harvey. Blue/purple colors indicate areas of cooler water temperatures associated with the passage of the hurricane. The image was produced from the Multi-Scale Ultra-High Resolution (MUR) SST dataset.

MUR SST Data

Sea Surface Temperature (SST) has been observed by satellite instruments since 1981 and is one of the longest satellite-based records of any Earth climate variable. The MUR SST dataset combines satellite and in situ data. It is among the highest resolution SST analysis datasets currently available.

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.

About EOSDIS

The Earth Observing System Data and Information System is a key core capability in NASA’s Earth Science Data Systems Program. It provides end-to-end capabilities for managing NASA’s Earth science data from various sources—satellites, aircraft, field measurements, and various other programs.

Dust off the coast of West Africa

Image captured on 15 October 2017, by the VIIRS instrument, on board the Suomi-NPP satellite.

Time and tide

Scientists pit nature against nature to protect New Yorkers from storms.

The Global Change Master Directory: Data, Services, and Tools Serving the International Science Community

Over more than a quarter-century, the GCMD has evolved into the primary international resource for discovering Earth science and environmental data collections.

MOPITT Data now Available in LANCE

Global carbon monoxide data from the MOPITT instrument aboard NASA’s Terra satellite are the newest near real-time products available through the Land, Atmosphere Near real-time Capability for EOS (LANCE) system.

Webinar-Using NASA’s AppEEARS to Slice and Dice Big Earth Data

Event Date: October 19, 2017

The NASA Application for Extracting and Exploring Analysis Ready Samples (AppEEARS) brings efficiency to your scientific workflow through its ability to subset, reformat, and reproject Earth science data in one step. Tune in to learn more!

Getting Ready for NISAR—and for Managing Big Data using the Commercial Cloud

The upcoming NISAR satellite mission is expected to add as much as 85 TB of data each day to the EOSDIS archive. The commercial cloud is being explored as a way to archive and disseminate this extremely high volume of data efficiently.

User Profile: Dr. Rachel Albrecht

Who uses NASA Earth science data? Dr. Rachel Albrecht, to pinpoint global lightning hotspots.

Earth Science Data in the Cloud: The EOSDIS Cumulus Project

As part of the ongoing evolution of EOSDIS data and services, testing and prototyping are underway to see how DAAC data collections can be archived and disseminated using the commercial cloud.

Reverb is Retiring

EOSDIS’s Reverb data search and discovery system retires at the end of 2017, and will be fully replaced by Earthdata Search. Here’s what this means for you.

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EOSDIS has several channels that allow collaboration with the scientific community, EOSDIS data holdings and directly with NASA.

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