- Earth Expeditions: Chronicling NASA Earth science field expeditions around the world.
- Making Space for Earth: News and science reports from the NASA Earth science team.
- Earth Observatory, Notes from the Field: Reports from Earth scientists in the field.
- Earth Observatory, Earth Matters: Monthly imager puzzlers, news and the latest in Earth observations.
- Earth Right Now: The latest climate news from NASA.
- NASA Disaster Response: Tracking the work of NASA’s Disaster Response team to floods, fires, volcanoes, earthquakes and other natural events worldwide.
Find more collections and individual images of Earth from space on the Earth Observatory website.
Global Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet: This online resource from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, provides accurate and timely news and information about Earth’s changing climate, along with current data and visualizations.
NASA’s Eyes: “Eyes on Earth” is an immersive app that allows users to virtually fly along with NASA’s Earth-observing missions. Other apps include a tours of the solar system and exoplanets, and journeys with Explorer 1, which was the first U.S. satellite, and the Voyager mission.
A Senior Review Panel is convened to evaluate the scientific performance of each mission and the continued relevance of each mission to the NASA Science Strategic Plan. Missions that pass the senior review process may then be extended beyond their primary operational phase into an extended operational phase.
GLOBE: Students, teachers and scientists from more than 110 countries participate in the GLOBE (Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment) program, which gives them the opportunity to participate in data collection and the scientific process. GLOBE provides grade level-appropriate, interdisciplinary activities and investigations about the atmosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, and soil/pedosphere, which have been developed by the scientific community and validated by teachers. GLOBE connects students, teachers, scientists and citizens from different parts of the world to conduct real, hands-on science about their local environment and put in a global perspective.