Bringing NASA Data Down to Earth
With actionable Earth observations, the NASA Earth Science Applied Sciences Program empowers communities across the world to find solutions to the challenges they face every day.
Putting NASA Data to Work
We partner with people around the world to incorporate Earth observations into their work. Our program areas, projects and initiatives help tackle challenges on our home planet.
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Big Problems, Bigger Solutions
When we use Earth-observing data to illuminate issues and solve challenges, everyone benefits. Our community works together to harness the power of these data and create worldwide change.
Make Your Move with the Program
From trainings on using NASA data to the latest published research, we offer free resources that are open to all. Explore open opportunities and connect with the Applied Sciences Program.
In late March 2016, Pavlof volcano on the Alaskan Peninsula began erupting again for the first time since November 2014. Alaska’s most active volcano has erupted six times since 1996 and 21 times in the past 50 years.
With help from NASA’s Earth-observing satellites, our community is making a difference on our home planet. Find out how by staying up-to-date on their latest projects and discoveries.