There are 3 top layers of data on the globe:
Science on a Sphere -- NASA's Eyes on the Earth -- Mines on a Sphere
Science On a Sphere® (SOS) data was designed by researchers at National Oceanographic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) as an educational tool to help illustrate Earth System science to people of all ages. Animated images of atmospheric storms, climate change, and ocean temperature can be shown on the sphere, which is used to explain what are sometimes complex environmental processes, in a way that is simultaneously intuitive and captivating.
Science On a Sphere® extends NOAA's educational program goals, which are designed to increase public understanding of the environment. Using NOAA's collective experience and knowledge of the Earth's land, oceans, and atmosphere, NOAA uses Science On a Sphere® as an instrument to enhance informal educational programs in science centers, universities, and museums across the country. Science On a Sphere® has been installed in 177 exhibits in 23 countries and 33 states at some of the largest public-serving science centers and museums, including Smithsonian’s Natural History Museum in the Ocean Hall.
“Eyes on the Earth” is a dataset made and updated by NASA.
It displays the location of all of NASA's operating Earth-observing missions in real time.
The “Latest Events” shows recent Earth events that are captured by geo-located satellites. These images show such large events such as algal blooms, super storms, and wildfires.
For more information: https://eyes.nasa.gov/eyes-on-the-earth.html