Your Gateway to NASA Earth Observation Data
The Earth Science Data Systems (ESDS) Program provides full and open access to NASA’s collection of Earth science data for understanding and protecting our home planet. Begin your Earthdata exploration by clicking on any of the discipline icons above.
Data from NASA’s ASF DAAC helps scientists like Dr. Zhong Lu develop satellite radar remote-sensing techniques for studying geohazards.
Scientists develop routine service for wildfire detection in the continental United States with a latency of less than 60 seconds.
Data from NASA’s SEDAC help Thomas Parris assess the impact of water stress on agriculture, industries, and people around the globe.
New data layer lets users cut through the smoke to see surface features like active fire fronts and post-fire impacts.
NASA Earth observation data contributed to the discovery of a previously unknown subpopulation of polar bears in Southeast Greenland.
Spire data will be openly available to U.S. government-funded researchers and federal agencies through NASA’s CSDA program.
SEDAC’s New U.S. Social Vulnerability Index Grids Dataset Supports Environmental Justice and Hazard Response Applications
Recently released dataset allows users to obtain social vulnerability metrics with population estimates for any user-defined area within the US.
Data from NASA’s LP DAAC help Dr. David Thoma determine how climate change will impact natural resources on National Park System lands.