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Join us this fall for NOAA's DataFest!

NOAA DataFest is a celebration of NOAA's vast collection of environmental data, which is available and accessible to everyone for free! 

Held to inform and inspire the public and our colleagues at NOAA to learn more about the value, reliability, and accessibility of NOAA Data. These tools cover a robust collection of scientific earth and environmental observations that are available to the scientific community and the public.

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Do you have a question about satellite data or imagery? Spot an interesting cloud pattern or even a bolide? Ask @NOAASatellites on Twitter using the hashtag #AskNOAASatellites any time to learn more. 


From mid-September to mid-October, you are invited to NOAA Environmental Data Talks (NEDTalks) to learn from various data experts, end-users, and data scientists about how they use data.

2023 Talks