Live Access Server

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+Live Access Server Sample Images
Information about the LAS

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+ Live Access Server Tutorial (MS PowerPoint Document)
+ Live Access Server Introduction
+ Live Access Server Time Coverage at a Glance

The MY NASA DATA Live Access Server (LAS) is now available to create your own microsets for your class or your interests. The LAS contains over 149 parameters in atmospheric and earth science from five NASA scientific projects.
+ Live Access Server (Basic Edition)
+ Live Access Server (Intermediate Edition)
+ Live Access Server (Advanced Edition)

New – Global Climate Change Indicators LAS
+ Live Access Server (Climate Change Edition)

Please check out other NASA data providers that may be relevant to your needs. Links to other NASA Data

NASA earth science satellite data has also been pre-packaged into easy-to-use data sets that contain appropriate content for K-12 classroom education or citizen scientist use. These microsets are accompanied by corresponding lesson plans and computer tools . The microsets have been made available by the NASA Langley Atmospheric Sciences Data Center (ASDC). The ASDC houses over 700 data sets which pertain to the Earth’s radiation budget, clouds, aerosols and atmospheric chemistry. Please visit the ASDC web site for more information.

Microset Description Lesson ID
Area Coverage by Water Bodies around Earth’s EquatorA
Area Coverage by Mixed Forest, Urban and Water Bodies around Latitude 40NA
Area Coverage by all CERES Surface Categories for a few Sample LocationsA
Cloud Layer Area Fraction during a Late Winter StormC
Net Radiation at Latitude 20N D
Temperature and Ozone Profile from SAGE-IIIG
Cloud Coverage over AfricaF
Weather Balloon data from August 5, 20042
Weather Balloon data from July 26, 20052,20
Weather Balloon data from July 31, 2007