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Pagán Honored on International Women's Day

On International Women’s Day, Dr. Brianna Pagán (619/ADNET), Lead Development Engineer at the NASA GES DISC, was selected as one of “15 Women Shaping the Future of Earth Science” by the Radiant Earth Foundation.

Savtchenko and Hill-Beaton Publish GES DISC Article

Andrey Savtchenko (619/ADNET) and Lauren Hill-Beaton (619/ADNET) published an article on the NASA's Goddard Earth Sciences Data and Information Services Center (GES DISC) website, “February/2023 Global Surface Air Temperatures and Precipitation: Monthly Assessment of Anomalies and Extremes in Global Surface Air Temperatures and Precipitation.” The news article shows anomalies and extremes for these data variables around the world with data from the Atmospheric Infrared Sounder (AIRS) Surface Temperature and Integrated Multi-satellitE Retrievals for Global Precipitation Measurement (IMERG) precipitation data.

Black Marble Products in Washington Post Ukraine Feature

Analysis by Ranjay Shrestha (619/SSAI) using NASA's Black Marble products was featured in The Washington Post interactive article “When Ukraine Goes Dark.” The article highlights how communities adapt to living in darkness and shows the day-to-day toll of war in the country away from the front line. The nighttime light image analysis was for three major Ukranian cities – Kyiv, Kharkiv, and Dnipro.
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The Terrestrial Information Systems Laboratory produces stable, well calibrated, and scientifically validated products from Earth observing satellites. These products fill the needs of researchers at Goddard Space Flight Center working to advance understanding of the atmosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere on a global scale. The Laboratory partners with other federal agencies to develop and operate computing systems that provide custom products in near real-time for applied research and applications.

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