Satellite ClOudand Radiation Property retrieval System (SatCORPS) Satellite Imagery Retrieval SatCORPS is a comprehensive set of algorithms designed to retrieve cloud information from operational and research meteorological satellite imager data. The SatCORPS algorithms have been adapted to utilize imagery from polar-orbiting, geostationary, and precessing-orbit satellites using dedicated satellite intercalibration and spectral correction efforts. This website…


Astrobiology Habitable Environments Database (AHED) Repository for Astrobiology Datasets AHED is a new data system being developed as a long-term, open-access repository for astrobiology data. AHED is intended to store user-contributed results from NASA or externally-funded research in astrobiology, and to encourage sharing and synergy within the astrobiology community. Go to AHED on the SMCE for more…


Astrogeo Searchable Database Astregeo VLBI FITS image database Searchable database with 116,118 brightness distributions of 17980 compact radio sources, mainly active galaxy nuclea (AGN), generated by analyzing very long baseline interferometry (VLBI ) surveys — dedicated radioastronomy observations of large lists of radio sources on networks of radio telescopes spread at distances of thousand kilometers. The primary database contents…


Community Coordinated Modeling Center (CCMC) Next generation space science and space weather models. A multi-agency partnership enabling, supporting, and performing research and development for next-generation space science and space weather models. Go to CCMC Homepage for more information.   


Spritacular Spritacular, Citizen Science Join the chase of Transient Luminous Events (TLEs) from the ground, engage with a global community of observers, and contribute your observations of TLEs for NASA Science! Spritacular uses the SMCE to host, collect and provide analysis of submitted pictures of TLEs Go to Spritacular for more information.   

New HLS Post

HLS: Harmonized Landsat and Sentinel-2 Data Data harmonization allows users to channel data from different sources into a consistent, standardized, and comprehensive format for analysis. The HLS Project used cloud resources to: Go to Harmonized Landsat Sentinel-2 for more information.