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Annular Solar Eclipse

Image captured on 10 June 2021, by the MODIS instrument, aboard the Aqua satellite.

NASA Openscapes Champions Opportunity

NASA’s Openscapes Champions is a professional development and leadership opportunity for researchers to migrate their workflows to the cloud using collaborative, open data science practices.

New Black Marble Nighttime Blue/Yellow Composite Product Makes Detecting Power Outages Easier

New data product from NASA’s LANCE will enhance first responders’ ability to determine whether changes in nighttime lights are the result of power outages or dense cloud cover

User Profile: Dr. Steve Bowman

Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Data from NASA’s ASF DAAC helps scientists like Dr. Steve Bowman provide Utah’s citizens with timely scientific information about the state’s geologic hazards.

From Cow Manure to Landfills: Mapping Methane in California

The Methane Source Finder project mapped potential sources of methane in California and developed new technologies to make remote sensing data of methane emissions readily available.

Data Chat: Dr. Chelle Gentemann

Open science, open-source software, and cloud-based Big Data collections are changing how science is conducted and expanding the possibilities for what scientists can do with NASA data.

SpaceML: Rise of the Machine (Learning)

A global team is using artificial intelligence and machine learning to enable users to search for specific features in satellite imagery available through NASA’s Global Imagery Browse Services (GIBS).

Join the 2021 Earth Observation Dashboard Hackathon

Join global teams using Earth observation data to create solutions to challenges related to COVID-19.

A Self-Supervised Learning (SSL) Framework for Discovery

Enabling a machine to find phenomena of interest in vast quantities of satellite imagery begins with training the machine on what it’s seeking.

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.

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.

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