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.
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.
New to using NASA Earth science data? Our Data Pathfinders will help you chart a path through the process of selecting data products and learning how to use them. Click the arrows on either side of the box to find your topic-specific starting point.
Resource Spotlight
Find data, articles, webinars and other resources on relevant topics in one place on these spotlight pages.
Wildfires

NASA provides many resources for monitoring and tracking wildfires.

Open Science

Open Science empowers an inclusive, collaborative scientific process through the open sharing of data and knowledge.

Air Quality

Air pollution is one of the largest global environmental and health threats.

Article
Researchers are using NASA Earth observation data to measure India’s air pollution and identify who could be harmed most by it.
Data Chat
The Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) mission provides critical data for understanding Earth's water cycle, including data about freshwater systems that have not been available from any previous hydrology-related missions.
Article
Data from NASA's Fire Information for Resource Management System (FIRMS) help global Indji Watch customers stay aware of natural hazards.
Article
Recently released datasets from the SWOT mission provide scientists with previously unavailable measurements of Earth's surface water.
Worldview Image of the Week

Base true-color corrected reflectance image acquired by the VIIRS instrument aboard the joint NASA/NOAA Suomi NPP satellite on May 21, 2024, overlaid with the Fires and Thermal Anomalies and Aerosol Index layers.

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