ESRS in the News
Patterns & Parallels: The Great Imperative to Survive is an exhibition of selected high-resolution images from the project, Space for Birds.
Science North: November 20, 2023
Keeping an Eye on Earth
NASA Science: April 22, 2020
Houston We Have a Podcast - The View From Above
NASA: April 22, 2020
ISS Utilization: Sample imagery taken by astronauts on and from the ISS + Events
Earth Observations Portal: April 16, 2020
The Combined Power of Remote Earth Observations aboard the International Space Station
NASA: April 15, 2020
Science Around the Planet Uses Images of Earth from the Space Station
NASA: November 14, 2019
See Astronaut Jeff Williams' Most Stunning Photos of Earth From Space
TIME: September 6, 2016
Earth, the Marvelous Blue Orb
The New York Times: April 2, 2015
A Master Class in Space Photography with NASA Astronaut Donald Pettit
TIME: July 16, 2014
Out of this world: Astronauts take snaps of Earth and the results are mind-blowing
Mirror: December 30, 2014
A Continent Ablaze in Auroral and Manmade Light
Universe Today: February 12, 2012
What Earth looks like from the International Space Station
Geek: July 28, 2012
Interviews - 2016
Space Station Live: An Earth Day View of Earth
NASA Commentator Amiko Kauderer talks with Dr. Lisa Vanderbloemen, the manager of the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, about the pictures of Earth gathered by International Space Station crew members during the Crew Earth Observation experiment. Taking advantage of the perch 250 miles above the planet, astronauts can capture images that document the impact that the human inhabitants of Earth have on their planet and let experts monitor natural disasters. Most of the images are available to the public online at the Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth.
Interviews - 2015
Every month on StationLIFE, we’ll focus on a scientific area where the International Space Station is conducting groundbreaking research. This month, astronaut Tracy Dyson hosts a focus on how the station operates as a unique platform for various Earth sensing technologies.
Interview with Dr. Lisa Vanderbloemen
NASA Commentator Dan Huot talks with Dr. Lisa Vanderbloemen, the manager of the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, about the Crew Earth Observation experiment underway on the International Space Station. From the vantage point of 250 miles up, station crew members can quickly photograph natural phenomenon and man-made targets on Earth to document dynamic changes on the planet.
Interviews - 2014
Interview with Dr. Justin Wilkinson
Space Station Live commentator Amiko Kauderer interviews Dr. Justin Wilkinson, Principal Geoscientist from Jacobs Engineering. This interview aired during Space Station Live on July 31, 2014.
Interview with Dr. William Stefanov
Space Station Live commentator Kyle Herring interviews Dr. William Stefanov from the Earth Science & Remote Sensing Unit at Johnson Space Center about Earth Observations from space and methods of doing so such as via handheld photography and I-SERV, the ISS Environmental Research and Visualization System. This interview aired during Space Station Live on Earth Day, April 22, 2014.
Interviews - 2012
Interview with Melissa Higgins
NASA Earth Scientist Melissa Dawson-Higgins describes her role in the Crew Earth Observation program at Johnson Space Center.
Investigating Natural Hazards & Disasters on Earth Using Imagery from the ISS: Webinar with Dr. William Stefanov
This NASA ARES Expedition Earth and Beyond program webinar archive focuses on investigating natural hazards and disasters on Earth using imagery from the International Space Station (ISS). The “live” event was held in December 2014. The webinar connected students from across the nation with @NASA_ARES scientist Dr. William Stefanov at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX.
Investigating Earth Using Astronaut Imagery: Webinar with Melissa Higgins
Presenters Melissa Higgins and Paige Valderrama Graff shared information about the work being done as part of the Earth Science Remote Sensing (ESRS) group within @NASA_ARES and specifically focused on Crew Earth Observations imagery taken by astronauts from the ISS. The “live” event was held in February 2015.
Investigating Earth with Astronaut Imagery: Webinar with Dr. Lisa Vanderbloemen
This NASA ARES Expedition Earth and Beyond program webinar archive focuses on investigating Earth with astronaut imagery taken from the International Space Station. The “live” event was held in October 2014. The webinar connected students from across the nation with @NASA_ARES experts Paige Graff and Lisa Vanderbloemen at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX.