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Promising microwave radiometer concept could help monitor Earth’s shrinking snowpacks
SMARTIE computer tiles could provide satellites with advanced data processing power
2021 Solicitation for the Decadal Survey Incubation (DSI) Program is Now Open
The 2021 solicitation for the Decadal Survey Incubation (DSI) program is now open as element A.45 of the ROSES-21 omnibus announcement. Notices of Intent to propose are requested by August 17, 2021, and proposals are due October 14, 2021. A pre-proposal conference will be held Wednesday, August 4, 2021, 1:00-3:00 PM eastern time (see Section 4.3 of the solicitation).
Attending IGARSS 2021?
2021 Solicitation for the Advanced Information Systems Technology (AIST) Program is Now Open
The 2021 solicitation for the Advanced Information Systems Technology (AIST) Program is now open as element A.46 of the ROSES-21 omnibus announcement. Step-1 proposals are due August 25, 2021, and Step-2 proposals are due November 30, 2021.
Proceedings from ESTF2021 Available Online
The proceedings from the 2021 Earth Science Technology Forum (ESTF2021) are now available, including presentations from all eight sessions.
Project Selections for InVEST-20
Predicting What We Breathe
TEMPEST-D deorbits after successfully validating advanced remote-sensing instruments
Advanced Satellite System Could Measure Ice Crystals to Improve Weather and Climate Modeling
NASA Software Could Help Prepare Satellite Data for Disaster First Responders
Novel Algorithms Merge Ground- and Space-based Data to Forecast Air Pollution Events
Small Sensor Could Provide Big Insights into Earth’s Radiation Budget
2021 Solicitation for the Instrument Incubator Program is now open
The 2021 solicitation for the Instrument Incubator Program (IIP) is now open as element A.41 of the ROSES-21 omnibus announcement. Notices of Intent are requested by May 21, 2021, and proposals are due by July 20, 2021.
2021 Earth Science Technology Forum
The 2021 Earth Science Technology Forum (ESTF2021) will be a virtual series of speakers and panel discussions exploring the latest advances in NASA's Earth science technology. To see the full calendar of events and to register, please visit esto.nasa.gov/forum/estf2021/.
The ‘Bird’ with an Eagle Eye…for Infrared
NOS Workshop Report Released
A Pioneering NASA Mini Weather Satellite Ends Its Mission
2020 Holidays Mark the End for Two CubeSat Missions
2021 AMS conference ESTO-affiliated activities
Attending the 2021 AMS conference? Take along the schedule of ESTO-affiliated activities (PDF).