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NASA recently announced its selection of two dozen proposals to develop working prototypes of innovative uses and applications of the agency's Earth science data and related research.

Known as the Earth Science Information Partners (ESIPs), the awards—which total approximately $50 million over the 3–5 year lifetimes of the projects—are part of NASA's effort to evaluate alternative ways to implement product generation, publication, and user services for the agency's planned Earth Observing System (EOS) science data system.