Category: Technology

Improving Access to NASA's Earth Science Data through Collaborative Metadata Curation

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Testing Extensions of Our Quantitative Daily of San Joaquin Wintertime Aerosols Using MAIAC and Meteorology Without Transport/Transformation Assumptions

Abstract: The Western US and many regions globally present daunting difficulties in understanding and mapping PM2.5 episodes. We evaluate extensions of a method...

Using Deep Learning for Tropical Cyclone Intensity Estimation

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Advancing the Citizen Scientist's Contributions to Documenting and Understanding Natural Hazards: A Proof of Concept for Linking Crowdsourced and Remotely Sensed Data on Landslide Hazards in El Salvador

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NASA Simulation Capabilities

Abstract: This presentation provides a high-level overview of NASA’s Future ATM Concepts Evaluation Tool (FACET) with a high-level description of the...

NASA Sends New Research to Space Station Aboard SpaceX Resupply Mission

An experiment in space manufacturing and an enhanced study of solar energy are among the research currently heading to the International Space Station following...

Origin of Pre-Coronal-Jet Minifilaments: Flux Cancellation

Abstract: Coronal jets are frequent magnetically channeled narrow eruptions. All coronal jets observed in EUV and X-ray images show a bright spire with a base...

Operating Small Sat Swarms as a Single Entity: Introducing SODA

Abstract: NASA’s decadal survey determined that simultaneous measurements from a 3D volume of space are advantageous for a variety of studies in space physics and...

Aeolus -A Mission to Study the Thermal and Wind Environment of Mars

Abstract: Aeolus is a small satellite mission to observe surface and atmospheric forcing and general circulation of Mars, by measuring surface energy balance,...

Invisibility of Solar Active Region Umbra-to-Umbra Coronal Loops: New Evidence that Magnetoconvection Drives Solar-Stellar Coronal Heating

Abstract: Coronal heating generally increases with increasing magnetic field strength: the EUV/X-ray corona in active regions is 10–100 times more luminous and...