NASA

Forecasting Cholera Using Remote Sensing

Mark Altaweel

The NASA cholera forecasting tool effectively takes satellite observations on environmental conditions and combines the data with information on infrastructure and conditions in a country.

Black Marble: Nighttime Lights Data from NASA

Mark Altaweel

NASA's Black Marble provides a suite of nighttime geospatial data acquired from Suomi satellite's Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite instrument.

NASA Wants You to Send Your Name to the Sun

Caitlin Dempsey

To celebrate an upcoming groundbreaking mission to the Sun's atmosphere, NASA is inviting the public to submit their names to be added to a microchip which will be placed onboard the Parker Solar Probe.

Developing Damage Proxy Maps from Satellite Data

Elizabeth Borneman

Satellite data is being used to create Damage Proxy Maps to assess changes in an area as the result of natural disasters like Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, and the wildfires that have hit Northern and Southern California.

Map of Cold and Hot Temperature Anomalies Across the World

Caitlin Dempsey

NASA has compiled a temperature anomaly map of the world using data acquired between December 26, 2017 and January 2, 2018.