Environmental Science
Environmental Science
Terrestrial Environments, Planetary Atmospheric Modeling, Radiation Shielding
Space Physics Data Facility (SPDF) Web Services
These Web services provide a distributed programming interface to a portion of the Space Physics Data Facility (SPDF) software. The technology conforms to all applicable Web service specifications of the World Wide Web Consortium. Please visit the following URL for additional information:
Open Source
CEOS Data Cube Platform v.2 (CEOS2)
The Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS) has long recognized a need for data processing infrastructure to support Earth science objectives in developing countries. Forest preservation initiatives, carbon measurement initiatives, water management and agricultural monitoring are just few examples of causes that can benefit greatly from remote sensing data. Currently, however, many developing nations lack the in-country expertise and computational infrastructure to utilize remote sensing data. The CEOS Data Cube Platform provides a flexible model to address these needs. The CEOS Data Cube Platform is a data processing platform for Earth science data, with a focus on remote-sensing data. The platform provides a data ingestion framework that includes support for automated ingestion of a wide variety of remote sensing data products. The data products are ingested into an N-dimensional data array that abstracts away management of distinct acquisitions. The platform has a tiered API for data processing and a data/application platform layer for higher-level access.
Open Source
NASA Visualization Explorer (NASA Viz) for Android
NASA Visualization Explorer (NASA Viz) is an intuitive interactive Android application and an extension of the NASAViz iPad and iPhone versions*. The application delivers science stories with multimedia content linking high-quality explorable images, descriptive text, visualizations, videos and interviews with a fresh look and feel. App features include: credit information for each story, ability to share stories with social media and to create lists of stories that can be shared with other users, explore stories by keywords and search.
General Public Release
Mars Global Reference Atmospheric Model 2010 (Mars GRAM 2010)
Mars GRAM is an engineering-level atmospheric model widely used for diverse mission applications, including systems design, performance analysis, and operations planning for aerobraking, entry descent and landing, and aerocapture.
General Public Release
EarthKit provides a framework for collaboration among researchers in Earth science. It provides a set of software tools for sharing any user's research environment via the web and managing workflows that run in the cloud. By leveraging cloud computing services in this novel way, EarthKit can instantly replicate a reesarch computing environment (software, data, operating system environment and hardware).
Open Source
Landslide Hazard Assessment for Situational Awareness (LHASA)
This framework integrates a regional landslide susceptibility map and satellite-based rainfall estimates into a binary decision tree model, considering both daily and antecedent rainfall. Using a regionally distributed, percentile-based threshold approach, the model outputs a pixel-by-pixel nowcast in near real-time at a resolution of 30 arcseconds to identify areas of moderate and high landslide hazard.
Open Source
Global Precipitation Space and Ground Radar Comparison Software
Designed to support a prototype validation network for the Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) spaceflight mission, this space and ground radar comparison software collects data from the Precipitation Radar instrument flying on the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) spacecraft. Please visit the following URL for additional information:
Open Source
Venus Global Reference Atmospheric Model (Venus-GRAM) 2005, Version 1.0
Venus-GRAM 2005 is a Fortran-based program that provides engineering estimates of density, temperature, pressure, and winds for the Venus atmosphere.
General Public Release
Trapped Radiation Models - Uncertainties For Spacecraft Design
The focus of Trapped Radiation Models software development effort was to help spacecraft and payload designers to account for uncertainties in predictive models of the Earth's trapped radiation environment. A tool was needed for more accurately determining radiation requirements and risks -- essential elements for producing less expensive, more reliable spacecraft.
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