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NASA’s Virtual Earth Science Technology Forum
Trade-space Analysis Tool for Designing Constellations (TAT-C) Government Release
NASA Ocean Ecosystem Mission Preparing to Make Waves
NASA Fosters Innovative Ways to Understand Biodiversity
Tiny NASA Satellite Captures First Image of Clouds and Aerosols
The Hyper-Angular Rainbow Polarimeter (HARP) CubeSat achieved “first light” on April 16. The tiny satellite sent back its very first image over Europe with bright splashes of colors defining clouds and aerosols, which are tiny particles in the atmosphere.
Novel Technology Sets the Stage for a New Way to Monitor Earth
Looking 50 Years in the Future with NASA Earth Scientists
2020 ACT Solicitation
The 2020 solicitation for the Advanced Component Technology (ACT) program is now open as element A.44 of the ROSES-2020 omnibus announcement. NOIs are requested May 22, 2020, and proposals are due July 21, 2020.
On Earth Day 50, NASA Researchers Look To the Future
NASA Is Where the Wild Things Are
NASA Calls on Gamers, Citizen Scientists to Help Map World’s Corals
New NASA Radar Looks to Monitor Volcanoes and Earthquakes from Space
Shoebox-Sized Instrument Aims High to Look at Ice Clouds
NASA, New Zealand Partner to Collect Climate Data from Commercial Aircraft
Chris Ruf at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor has developed a next-generation GNSS reflectivity receiver with support from NASA’s Earth Science Technology Office. These receivers will be installed in late 2020 on one of Air New Zealand’s Q300 domestic aircraft.
A Tiny New Instrument Aims to Monitor Flora from Space
Earth Science Technology Forum 2020
ESTO is pleased to announce the 2020 Earth Science Technology Forum (ESTF2020) June 23-25 in Dulles, VA.
2020 AMS conference ESTO-affiliated activities
Attending the 2020 AMS conference? Take along the schedule of ESTO-affiliated activities (PDF)
SLI-T 2019 Solicitation is open
The 2019 solicitation for the Sustainable Land Imaging - Technology (SLI-T) program is now open as element A.52 of the ROSES-2019 omnibus announcement. NOIs are requested February 5, 2020, and proposals are due April 7, 2020.