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New feature highlighting our diverse end-user community worldwide to show you not only how NASA Earth science data are being used for research and applications, but also where these data are being used. 

Tags: Earth science, Lightning Imaging Sensor, GHRC

Near real-time data from the AMSR2 instrument is the newest addition to the LANCE collection of products that provide satellite data generally within three hours of a sensor observation. 

Tags: AMSR2, Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer

NASA’s EOSDIS is constantly developing new techniques and strategies that enable users around the world to efficiently use NASA Earth observing data. 

Tags: Earth science, Earth Science Services

You asked, we answered! The LANCE ACSI survey was conducted in October - November 2014. LANCE has responsed to questions and comments posed within the survey.  


Images provided through the EOSDIS Global Imagery Browse Services (GIBS) along with the Worldview interactive data browser provide a gateway to the initial discovery and analysis of NASA Earth observing data. 

Tags: Earth Science Services, Data Analysis and Visualization, Web Services, Information Management Services, Worldview, Global Imagery Browse Services, GIBS

The ESIP Federation Winter Meeting provided a forum for EOSDIS participants to discuss and develop science data systems with more than 200 attendees representing similar organizations. 

Tags: Earth science, Earth Science Services

Join us on Thursday, January 29, 2 - 3PM ET to learn about the recently updated Gridded Population of the World data collection! 

Tags: Earth science, Earth Science Services, Human Dimensions, population, Population Density, Population Distribution, Population Size, Population Estimates

SRTMGL1 coverage now includes Africa, Europe, North America, South America, Asia, and Australia in 1° X 1° tiles at 1 arc second (about 30 meters) resolution. 

Tags: Earth science, Land Surface, Topography, Spectral/Engineering, radar

The 2014 EOSDIS Sensing Our Planet publication is avaliable for download as a PDF and as an iBook. 

Tags: Earth science, Earth Science Services

The Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR) instrument aboard NASA's Terra spacecraft passed over the Colby Fire at 10:45 a.m. on Jan. 16, 2014, about five hours after the fire was first reported. The instrument was able to acquire images of the fire at different angles, allowing scientists to create a 3-D view of the Colby fire and images of the height of the smoke/particulate dispersal. 

Tags: Earth science, MISR