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NASA Earth Oct 17
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NASA’s Eyes on the Earth A free app to monitor our planet’s vital signs. Fly along with NASA’s operating Earth-observing missions in real time and compare their size to a scientist or a school bus.
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NASA Climate Oct 17
NASA’s decade-long airborne survey of polar ice is once again probing Antarctica, this time while the agency's newest satellite mission studies it from space. What new changes will they find in this warming world?
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NASA Climate Oct 17
After a long career, we say goodbye to QuikSCAT. Among many accomplishments, it provided critical data for monitoring, researching, modeling, and forecasting the atmosphere, ocean, ice and climate.
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NASA Climate Oct 15
Last month's global average concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) was about 409 parts per million (ppm).
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NASA Climate Oct 15
What happens when a 2,000-mile-long smoke plume mixes with a cloud bank? NASA’s ORACLES mission hopes to learn more about how these interactions affect Earth’s climate.
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NASA Goddard Oct 13
Meet Terra, the hardest working satellite in Earth orbit. NASA's flagship Earth-observing satellite is celebrating 100K orbits around Earth. During those orbits Terra has captured an abundance of breathtaking views of our favorite planet:
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NASA GISS Oct 15
The monthly GISTEMP surface temperature analysis update has been posted. The global mean temperature anomaly for September 2018 was 0.75°C above the 1951-1980 average.
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NASA Climate Oct 11
The Arctic sea ice cover is the thinnest and youngest it’s been in 60 years. Approximately 70 percent of Arctic sea ice is now seasonal instead of perennial, meaning it melts in the summer rather than lasting from year to year.
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NASA Climate Oct 10
How's our planet doing? September Arctic sea ice coverage is now declining at a rate of 12.8 percent per decade, and the overall melt trend seems to have slowed over the last decade.
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NASA GLOBE Observer Oct 10
Sometimes it will be too dangerous to step outside and take observations. If you happen to be on the northeastern gulf coast of the US, please be careful over the next few days as Hurricane Michael continues to gain strength.
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NASA ICE Oct 10
Happening right now! is flying its inaugural survey of the 2018 Antarctic campaign. Among the targets today, a series of underflights of tracks. Stay tuned for amazing icy photos (meanwhile, here's one from the DC-8's transit to Chile.)
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NASA Climate Oct 10
Hurricane Michael Heads for Florida
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NASA Climate Oct 5
Early Warnings for Crop Failures
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NASAJPL Edu Oct 4
Flooding from atmospheric rivers can wreak havoc on communities, so a team is taking a deeper look. Vicky Espinoza, who's studying how these events might evolve with a changing climate & what it might mean for communities worldwide:
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NASA Earth Oct 4
Fly through a storm 🌀 with ’s 360 degree look 👀 at Hurricane Maria:
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NASA Earth Oct 3
Do you want to use science and tech to change the world? Register to be part of a event near you on October 19-21:
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NASA Climate Oct 2
"There’s enough ice here in Greenland to raise sea levels by 25 feet, all the way around the world." —Dr. Josh Willis, oceanographer NASA’s Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG) mission is measuring how much the oceans are eating away at that ice year by year.
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NASA Earth Oct 1
Earth is special. It's the only place in the universe that we know contains life. We've studied our changing planet for 60 years and look forward to the science ahead. ❤️🌎
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NASA Climate Sep 27
2018 Arctic sea ice minimum extent tied for sixth lowest in the nearly 40-year satellite record:
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NASA Climate Sep 27
Five new missions are set to investigate: 🌪 Impact of storms ☁️ Aerosols changing clouds 🏝 Ocean heating ❄️ Intense snowfall events 🌊 River and sea level rise
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