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TROPESS Project Builds on Legacy Instruments' Success to Provide Continuous Records of Atmospheric Composition

NASA's TROPESS project releases a suite of data products offering measurements of atmospheric trace gasses based on combined radiances from several satellite instruments.

Worldview’s New Embed Feature Makes Telling Data-Driven Stories Easier than Ever

Embedding Worldview allows media agencies, scientific organizations, emergency managers, and others to harness the application’s value by incorporating it into their own online environments.

NASA Worldview Adds GeoColor Imagery from the joint NASA/NOAA GOES-East and GOES-West Satellites

GeoColor imagery’s quality, frequency, and interpretability will boost the amount of near real-time imagery available in Worldview, making it even more valuable to users.

Webinar: Accelerate your Science with On Demand InSAR Processing from ASF DAAC

Event Date: July 28, 2021

Join us to learn how to request analysis-ready On-Demand InSAR products, both through NASA's Alaska Satellite Facility DAAC Vertex data discovery and data access portal and programmatically.

Fires in Siberia

Image captured on 18 July 2021, by the VIIRS instrument, aboard the joint NASA/NOAA Suomi NPP satellite.

NASA Extends Contract with Spire Global for Satellite Data

Spire Earth observing data will be openly available to U.S. government-funded researchers and federal agencies through NASA’s Commercial Smallsat Data Acquisition (CSDA) program.

NASA's Earthdata Forum Releases New Favorite Tag Feature

A new favorite tag feature in the Earthdata Forum allows users to select tags pertaining to their areas of interest and then receive notifications when new posts including their favorited tags appear on the Earthdata Forum.

CASEI: A Discovery Catalog of NASA Airborne and Field Campaigns

The new Catalog of Archived Suborbital Earth Science Investigations (CASEI) improves information and data access for users of NASA airborne and field data.

EOSDIS Update—Spring 2021 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.

Data User Profile: Dr. Kyla Drushka

Salinity data from NASA’s PO.DAAC helps Dr. Kyla Drushka investigate how variations in sea surface salinity affect the circulation and structure of the ocean.

Mapping Lyme Disease Risk from Space

Researchers used field and remote sensing data to map the spread of ticks carrying Lyme disease bacteria in central and eastern Canada.

Dust in the Machine

Applying machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) to satellite dust imagery is leading to more accurate detection and tracking of large-scale dust events.

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