Incorporate an extraterrestrial element in your maps and apps
Over 60 years, NASA astronauts have captured more than four million photographs of Earth from the International Space Station. Join Wayne and Rylea as they explore applications of this unique, publicly available dataset with Laura Pheobus, an Earth Scientist and Geospatial Analyst contracted to NASA’s Johnson Space Center. Plus, find out how astronaut photography helps track the health of our planet and provides a real-world, real-time view of disaster events.
Explore the world's most comprehensive collection of photography from the International Space Station, dating back to the 1960's.
Scroll through this comprehensive StoryMap describing how NASA monitored and collected rich data on the catastrophic 2019/2020 Australian bushfires.
View a product gallery of the ISS imagery layers freely available on NASA's Disaster Mapping Portal.
Discover how astronaut photography is used to monitor global disaster events in near real-time.
Hear more about NASA's earth observations
Dr Sullivan is a former NASA astronaut and Administrator of NOAA where she worked to track and map how the earth is evolving and our climates are changing.
Learn how you can tap into a free stream of near real-time data on thermal hotspots, bushfires, cyclones, flooding, landslides and more.
Find out how astronaut photography has been used over the years to capture images of our changing planet.
Learn how photography captured from the International Space Station is used to record changes in our planet over time - both anthropogenic and natural.