Health providers and researchers need environmental data to study and understand the geographic, environmental, and meteorological differences in disease. Satellite remote sensing of the environment offers a unique vantage point that can fill in the gaps of environmental, spatial, and temporal data for tracking disease. Demonstrating the need for collaborations between multidisciplinary research groups to develop the full potential of utilizing Earth Observations in studying health is essential in today's world. Satellite earth observations present a unique vantage point of the earth's environment from space, which offers a wealth of health applications for the imaginative investigators. As part of NASA approach and methodology they have used Earth Observation Systems and Applications for Health and Air Quality Models to provide a method for bridging gaps of environmental, spatial, and temporal data for tracking disease. This presentation how weather will provide an overview of projects dealing with infectious and waterborne diseases and how environmental variables affect human health.