- Atlantic Ocean
- Masthead platform instrument info Multiple Platforms/Multiple Instruments
- Masthead date range 7 September 2019
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NASA's data policy ensures that all NASA data are available fully, openly, and without restrictions. Here's what this means to you.
NASA-funded researchers can now explore and use data from small commercial satellites in their work, as part of the Commercial Smallsat Data Acquisition Program (CSDAP). The program evaluates and procures data from commercial vendors that advance NASA’s Earth science research and applications activities. Data from the program pilot are now available at no cost to NASA-funded researchers and are subject to scientific use licenses.
A new data animation at NASA's Physical Oceanography Distributed Active Archive Center (PO.DAAC) shows the evolution of GOES-East IR, NASA Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) sea surface salinity (SSS), and Group for High Resolution Sea Surface Temperature (GHRSST) Multi-Scale Ultra-High Resolution (MUR) sea surface temperature (SST) response to the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season. View animation at PO.DAAC: https://go.nasa.gov/3bKWoMx
Fusing Five Satellite Instruments' Data Into One Dataset: Introducing Terra Fusion
Terra Fusion, a new data product and toolkit, allows researchers to combine data from all five Terra instruments into one cohesive dataset.
Iceberg B49 calves from Pine Island Glacier, Antarctica
Image captured on 15 February 2020, by the MODIS instrument, on board the Aqua satellite.
Data Chat: Dr. Kurt Thome
Talking about 20 years of NASA's Terra mission and its significance with Terra Project Scientist Dr. Kurt Thome.
High-Resolution Sea Surface Temperature Data Available in the Cloud
High-resolution sea surface temperature data can be used to study marine heat waves and the health of marine ecosystems.
NASA Earth Science Data Systems Program Highlights 2019
Read about NASA's Earth Science Data Systems (ESDS) Program achievements for 2019 in the annual ESDS Program Annual Highlights Report.
User Profile: Dr. Steven Massie
Aerosols have a huge impact on climate and human health. Dr. Steven Massie uses remotely-sensed data to better understand these impacts and improve how aerosols are detected by Earth observing satellites.
Terra: Five Instruments—One Monumental Data Record
After more than 20 years in space, the five instruments aboard NASA’s Terra satellite continue their singular achievement of compiling a climate data record of Earth.
LANCE Top 10 at 10
NASA’s Land, Atmosphere Near Real-time Capability for EOS, better known as LANCE, is 10 years old. Here’s a look at 10 LANCE milestones over the past decade.
Webinar: The History and Evolution of Satellite Remote Sensing Ocean Color Science
This presentation will explore the history and evolution of satellite-borne ocean color sensors. Join us to learn about the impact of past and ...
Earthdata Forum Virtual Launch
Earthdata Forum Virtual LaunchWednesday, February 19, 2020You are invited to the official launch of the new Earthdata User Forum on Tuesday, ...
EOSDIS Data News: February 14, 2020
GHRC DAACNASA's Global Hydrology Resource Center Distributed Active Archive Center (GHRC DAAC) released the following dataset from the Genesis and ...
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