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Michael Seablom selected to lead ESTO as NASA’s new Earth Science Technology Associate Director
NASA’s ILEOS software could help future HALE systems fly more efficiently
ESTO PI Yelena Yesha featured in University of Miami Publication
AI-powered TERRAHydro could help hydrologists better understand the water cycle
Additional Project Selections Made for FireSense Technology 2022 Solicitation
ESTO explores cutting-edge technique for measuring Earth’s mass
NASA’s EcoPro software could help researchers forecast biodiversity with greater accuracy
2023 Solicitation for the InVEST Program is Now Open
The 2023 solicitation for the In-space Validation of Earth Science Technologies (InVEST) Program is now open as element A.45 of the ROSES-20 omnibus announcement. Notices of Intent are requested by July 14, 2023, and proposals are due by September 13, 2023.
First Project Selections under FireSense Technology 2022 Solicitation
NASA’s CHAPS instrument may help measure air pollution with greater accuracy
2023 Solicitation for FireSense Technology is Now Open
The 2023 solicitation for FireSense Technology is now open as element A.59 of the ROSES-23 omnibus announcement. Step-1 proposals may be submitted at any time and will receive encourage/discourage decisions within 30 days of submission.
25th Anniversary Project
March 15, 2023, marks ESTO’s 25th Anniversary. Over the next several months we’ll highlight some of the more notable technology successes from the last quarter century. Learn more here: 25 Years of ESTO Impacts
CIRiS CubeSat Demonstration Paves the Way for Future Infrared Imaging Missions
ESTF2023 in Pasadena, CA
ESTO is pleased to announce the 2023 Earth Science Technology Forum (ESTF2023), June 20-22 in Pasadena, CA.
SLI-T 2022 Solicitation Withdrawn
Due to budgetary constraints, the Sustainable Land Imaging - Technology 2022 Solicitation has been withdrawn from (will not be solicited in) ROSES-2022. This program may be solicited in ROSES-2023, but at this time proposals are not solicited.
NASA CTIM ‘first light’ data outshines expectations for solar irradiance measurements
2023 AMS Annual Meeting
Attending the 2023 American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting (Jan 8-12, 2023, in Denver, CO)? Take along this schedule of ESTO-affiliated activities.