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NASA Earth Aug 15
The Northwest is Running Hot and Dry
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NASA Earth Aug 15
🎶 Just Sit Right Back and You’ll Hear a Tale, a Tale of a Plankton Trip 🎶 – an blog
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NASA Climate Aug 15
New imagery shows high concentrations of carbon monoxide emitted from California's wildfires drifting east across the U.S.
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NASA Viz Aug 14
Fifteen years of satellite data show changes in freshwater around the world. Check out app to see the full story, or view the web version here:
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NASA Earth Aug 8
has seen a range of natural extremes this summer, from heat waves to wildfires. The state can now add to the list record-warm temperatures.
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NASA Earth Aug 8
Several fires are spreading noxious gases and black carbon particles across —and to a lesser degree much of the country.
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NASA Climate Aug 9
NASA finds Amazon drought leaves long legacy of damage
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NASA ICE Aug 8
Our satellite, now scheduled to launch Sept. 15, will monitor Earth's changing ice in unprecedented detail, taking 30,000 height measurements in the blink of an eye
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NASA Climate Aug 9
Expedition probes ocean’s smallest organisms for climate answers
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NASA Sea Level Aug 8
Satellites, ships and aircraft are revealing previously hidden geography beneath the ice of Earth's polar regions.
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NASA Climate Aug 4
The carbon cycle in Alaska's North Slope tundra is speeding up. Carbon there spends about 13% less time locked in frozen soil than it did 40 years ago. 🌎❄️🌱
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NASA Climate Aug 2
Are you ready for a challenge? Become a geographical detective and solve the latest mystery quiz from NASA’s MISR (Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer) instrument onboard the Terra satellite.
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NASA Earth Aug 1
How does ’s science improve our quality of life? When you combine curious minds with our observation capabilities, the potential to make a positive impact on the planet soars.
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NASA GISS Aug 1
ICYMI: "Across much of the world, tracking fires and smoke using NASA satellite data is the only way to get a consistent picture of fire activity.”
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NASA Earth Aug 1
This view from one of the MISR instrument's nine 📸 shows three countries. Think you can name them? Take our quiz:
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NASA Climate Jul 31
NASA's MISR views raging fires in California
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NASA Earth Jul 26
The seasonal rhythms of sea ice play a central role in the lives of the animals of Hudson Bay, particularly polar bears.
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NASA Sea Level Jul 11
South America's Patagonian icefields are melting away at some of the highest rates on the planet, contributing to sea level rise. Satellite images highlight this dynamic region.
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NASA Climate Jul 27
Drought and overgrown forests are often blamed for major wildfires 🔥, but new research shows that localized winds 💨 may play a larger role.
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NASA Earth Jul 26
The eight CYGNSS smallsats were built to study tropical cyclones. A new and unexpected capability has emerged: the ability to see through clouds and rain to flooded landscapes.
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