- Red Sea
- Masthead platform instrument info Aqua/MODIS
- Masthead date range 12 July 2016
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.
Soberanes Fire, California
Image captured on 24 July 2016 by the MODIS instrument, on board the Aqua satellite.
Webinar: Explore the Entire Earth, Every Day, with Satellite Imagery from NASA Worldview
Event Dates: July 28, 2016
Learn how to use the NASA Worldview application to interactively browse over 200 global, full resolution satellite imagery layers, discover natural phenomena with an easy map interface, and download imagery and its underlying data for further analysis.
Announcing the release of Dataset Interoperability Recommendations for Earth Science
The NASA Earth Science Data and Information System (ESDIS) is pleased to announce the release of Dataset Interoperability Recommendations for Earth Science.
User Profile: Ben Holt
Who uses NASA Earth science data? Ben Holt, to study polar sea ice, coastal oceanography, and marine pollution
A submarine retreat
New maps get to the bottom of Greenland’s outlet glaciers.
New Data From Old Satellites: A Nimbus Success Story
After being in storage for more than 40 years, data recovered from NASA's Nimbus I, II, and III missions are extending the polar sea ice record back to the 1960s and giving scientists new views of this changing environment.
Webinar: NASA Space Geodesy Data for Precise Orbit Determination of Altimeter Satellites
Over the last 25 years, ocean radar altimeter satellites have revolutionized our understanding of Earth's ocean. During this webinar we will describe how Precise Orbit Determination is at the heart of determining how the ocean surface changes over time.
MISR Near Real-Time Products Now Available through LANCE
The Level 1 Georeferenced Radiance Product and the Level 2 Cloud Motion Vector (CMV) product are the newest near real-time data products available through NASA's Land, Atmosphere Near Real-Time Capability for EOS (LANCE) system.
NASA GIBS-Based Projects Win Global Awards
Two NASA GIBS-based projects are Global Winners in the 2016 NASA Space Apps Challenge
Upgrades to the OCO-2 Full Physics Lite files
GES DISC and JPL have replaced the available collection of OCO-2 Lite files of the Full Physics retrieval
Daymet Version 3 Data Now Available
Daymet V3.0 2012 Average Daily Maximum Temperature for North America, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico The new version of Daymet data includes an expanded...
RINEX V3 GNSS Data at CDDIS
News Date: 01/06/2016 Starting with data from 2016, all RINEX V3 data using the RINEX V3 filenaming convention will now be made available in the ...
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