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  • Masthead platform instrument info Aircraft/Color-Infrared Camera
  • Masthead date range August 2017

Aircraft-Derived Imagery of the Yukon River

This image shows a 1-meter resolution surface water mask (blue) overlaid on blended satellite images of wetlands along the Yukon River near Ft. Yukon, AK. The mask was derived by automated detection methods of orthomosaics collected by a color-infrared camera mounted to a NASA B200 King Air.

ABoVE Image Products at ORNL DAAC

Over 3000 km2 of open surface water were mapped from AirSWOT flight lines made in summer 2017 for the Arctic-Boreal Vulnerability Experiment (ABoVE). Automated detection of surface waters supports interpretation of coincident ABoVE image products and offers the potential for multi-sensor analysis.

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.

Fires South of Etosha Pan, Namibia

Image captured on 18 October 2020, by the MODIS instrument, aboard the Terra satellite.

The Pangeo Project: Developing Community Tools For a New Era of Data Analysis

Pangeo is helping the Earth science community analyze data in the cloud with an ecosystem of collaborative, open-source tools.

11 ACCESS Projects Funded to Support Earth Science at the Petabyte Scale

Special GES DISC Earthdata Forum Event on October 2

Staff from NASA's GES DISC and subject matter experts will be available live on the Earthdata Forum to answer questions about using GES DISC tools and data.

User Profile: Dr. Navin Ramankutty

Approximately one-third of Earth’s ice-free land surface is devoted to agriculture and livestock. Dr. Ramankutty uses Earth observing data to help find pathways to more sustainable agricultural practices.

Access Commercial Small Satellite Data with the Smallsat Data Explorer

Researchers can explore and order commercial small satellite data in the new Smallsat Data Explorer (SDX).

Webinar: A Clearer View of the Haze – Using NASA GES DISC Data Tools to Examine the June 2020 Sahara Dust Event

Event Date: September 23, 2020

Join us as we explore how GES DISC tools and data products can augment ongoing vital research on the dynamics of dust transport in Earth’s atmosphere. We will investigate the June 2020 Sahara Dust Event over Barbados as our use case.

Take Action From Home in the 2020 Space Apps Hackathon

Registration is open for the Space Apps Challenge 2020 Hackathon, which will take place virtually October 2-4.

Wildfires Can't Hide from Earth Observing Satellites

Sensors aboard Earth observing satellites and NASA’s Fire Information for Resource Management System (FIRMS) provide information about wildfires 24/7 to anyone, anywhere in the world.

Explore 20 Years of Rain and Snowfall Data from NASA’s Precipitation Missions

A new data product merges data from the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) and the Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) mission, giving meteorologists and researchers access to a 20-year precipitation record.

EOSDIS Update—Summer 2020 Quarterly Newsletter is now online!

Find EOSDIS dataset and data tool news, top stories, featured data images, webinars, links to new learning resources, data recipes, and data user profiles.

What is Data Latency?

Several factors affect the speed at which data are processed and made available to users. Here's how NASA's Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS) defines data latency.

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