Postponed: Expand Your View of Earth with NASA Worldview

Due to unforeseen circumstances, this webinar is postponed and will be rescheduled soon. We apologize for the short notice and appreciate your continued interest and support. We look forward to your attendance at our rescheduled webinar, to be announced.
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Minnie Wong, NASA Worldview
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ESDIS User and Mission Support Office Team
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Learn how to use NASA Worldview, an imagery mapping and visualization tool that provides access to over 1,000 data imagery layers—many of which are available within three hours or less after a satellite observation—to enable exploration of Earth's interconnected processes and events. Worldview has been used for time-critical applications such as wildfire monitoring and management, science support through easy-to-access satellite imagery archives, disaster and natural event imagery in the media, and education and outreach.

Screenshot of a NASA Worldview Black Marble Nighttime Blue/Yellow composite image of the U.S. acquired by the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) instrument aboard the joint NASA/NOAA NOAA-20 satellite on June 24, 2024. Credit: NASA Worldview.

This webinar will not only highlight the key features and functionalities of Worldview, but also will showcase some of the new features and improvements that have been added over the past few years. Examples of these new features include:

  • Support for new imagery and data types, like 30-meter imagery from the Harmonized Landsat and Sentinel-2 (HLS) project
  • Surface water extent and vegetation disturbance layers from the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) Observational Products for End-Users from Remote Sensing Analysis (OPERA) project
  • Geostationary imagery available every 10 minutes from the GOES-East, GOES-West, and Himawari-8 satellites
  • Tropospheric Emissions: Monitoring of Pollution (TEMPO) imagery available over North America every 6 to 30 minutes
  • Hourly aerosol information from global Aerosol Robotic Network (AERONET) ground-based stations
  • Vector data from the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) and Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) Fire and Thermal Anomalies data products

In addition to being able to visualize over 1,000 data imagery layers, NASA Worldview also allows users to download the underlying data via Earthdata Search. The webinar will wrap up with an overview of upcoming planned enhancements.

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