Applied Sciences Program
The Program funds projects that enable innovative uses of NASA Earth science data in organizations' policy, business, and management decisions. The project results and enhanced decision making improve the quality of life and strengthen the economy.
2016 Annual Report
From penguins to plant stress, the 2016 Annual Report highlights the many innovative ways our partners use Earth observations to support their projects and activities.
Making Space for Earth Blog
It’s estimated that Hurricane Harvey dumped more than 30 trillion gallons of water across parts of the U.S. – most of it in east Texas and Louisiana.
Read more stories about how NASA's Applied Sciences Program benefits your life here on Earth.
South Dakota is the U.S. hotspot for West Nile disease. Scientists and public health officials developed a way to use environmental data from NASA satellites to forecast the risk of West Nile. They’re giving people working on preventing the disease a new tool for protecting the population.
We invite you to learn more at the Program's main website:
DISCOVERING INNOVATIVE AND PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS
OF EARTH SCIENCE