Show flyout
Map marker Icon
  • Cont. U.S. & Northern/Central Mexico
  • Masthead platform instrument info Terra/MODIS
  • Masthead date range 25 May to 9 June 2017

Efficiently Subset and Transform Data

These images were created from data that were subsetted, mosaicked, reprojected, and reformatted using AppEEARS, Version 2.0. AppEEARS is a one-stop-shop for retrieving a wide variety of data such as Thermal Anomalies and Fire, Vegetation Indices, Surface Reflectance, and Land Surface Temperature.

AppEEARS 2.0 Now Available!

The Application for Extracting and Exploring Analysis Ready Samples (AppEEARS) is a simple way to access and customize time-series data for more than 100 NASA data products. AppEEARS lets you customize data and data layers, and interact with graphs and plots to explore trends prior to download.

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.

Hurricane Maria in the Atlantic Ocean

Image captured on 24 September 2017, by the VIIRS instrument, on board the Suomi-NPP satellite.

User Profile: Dr. Rachel Albrecht

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

Earthdata Login is the Key to Unlocking NASA Earth Science Data

An Earthdata Login is all that’s needed to download data from the huge EOSDIS archive.

The case of the missing waves

Earth’s atmosphere works in mysterious ways.

Download Your Copy of the Summer 2017 EOSDIS Newsletter!

The EOSDIS Newsletter features data set and data tool news, and highlights our top stories, featured data images, webinars, data recipes, and data user profiles.

Collaborators and Colleagues: Summer Interns are an Integral Part of the EOSDIS Team

More than 30 EOSDIS interns are supporting tasks at the ESDIS Project Office, NASA’s Science Data Systems Branch, and at DAACs across the country this summer.

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.

EOSDIS Data and Services Begin Migration to the Cloud

The Common Metadata Repository (CMR) and Earthdata Search are now running in the cloud, which is the start of a new era for users of EOSDIS data and services.

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.

News & Events

Collaborate With Us

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

  1. Welcome to Earthdata 3.0

    Enter your search term to search datasets, news, and articles.

  2. Science Disciplines

    Browse by science discipline to see available measurements and supporting DAACs.

  3. News & Events

    Click on one of these filters to see news & events specifically related to your selection.

  4. Collaborate

    Collaborate with us through our API & program access points.

  5. Feedback Module

    Have a question or comment? Send us your feedback and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.