New Black Marble 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. (June 3, 2021)
Tropical Cyclones Resource Page
Tropical cyclones are one of the biggest threats to life and property. This resource page provides links to NASA Earth science resources related to tropical cyclones. (June 1, 2021)
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. (May 26, 2021)
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. (May 12, 2021)
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