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  • Masthead platform instrument info Terra/MODIS
  • Masthead date range 3 December 2019

Late-Fall Snowfall

A powerful late-season storm produced significant snow over New York state and through New England. Snow clearly outlines lakes, ridges, and other surface features, while the ice-free water of Lake Ontario and the Finger Lakes appears black/dark blue in this Terra/MODIS true-color image.

Nearly 20 years of Terra/MODIS

This true-color image was captured by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) instrument aboard NASA’s Terra satellite. Terra was launched in December 1999, and all five instruments aboard this groundbreaking mission continue to provide valuable data after nearly 20 years.

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.

User Profile: Dave Jones

NASA near real-time Earth observing data are vital to emergency response. Dave Jones enables these data to be used collaboratively in real time across platforms by emergency responders and managers.

2019 Cumulus Highlights

Efforts to migrate NASA EOSDIS data into the commercial cloud, an undertaking called Cumulus, made significant strides in 2019.

Fires near Sydney, Australia

Image captured on 6 December 2019, by the VIIRS instrument, on board the joint NASA/NOAA Suomi NPP satellite.

EOSDIS Update—Fall 2019 Quarterly Newsletter is now online!

Find EOSDIS data set and data tool news, top stories, featured data images, webinars, data toolkits, data pathfinders, data recipes, and data user profiles.

NASA Earth Science at the AGU Fall Meeting 2019—A Week of Data Demos, Flash Talks, and NASA Accomplishments

Stop by the NASA Booth (#535 on the AGU Exhibitor Floor in the Moscone North Hall) for the latest information about NASA Earth observing data, missions, and science during the AGU Fall Meeting 2019.

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.

Now Available in NASA Worldview: Earth Every 10 Minutes

The addition of GOES-East, GOES-West, and Himawari-8 geostationary imagery updated every 10 minutes lets you view Earth as it is “right now.”

ICESat-2 Data Usher in a New Age of Exploration

Data from NASA’s ICESat-2 mission provide incredibly accurate measurements of Earth elevation change—and much more.

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