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NASA Earth 13h
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But spacecraft 🛰 aren’t just looking at storms on Earth. Join in tomorrow with Live as we look at extreme weather on our planet 🌎, Mars 🔴 and beyond! 🕖 3pm ET / 12pm PT 📺
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NASA Earth 13h
From satellites 🛰 and the , sees hurricanes 🌀as they form, grow and move across the ocean 🌊 Last year, we watched develop and make landfall:
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NASA Climate May 16
School is almost out, but it doesn't hurt to stay fresh over the break. Can you get a perfect score? Test your knowledge about global temperature change and its impact on Earth's climate.
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NASA Climate May 15
Last month’s global average concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) was about 411 parts per million (ppm), up over 3 ppm from April 2018.
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NASA Earth May 10
An international handshake 🤝 in space! This morning Canadarm2 unloaded ’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory-3 handing it off to the Kibo robotic arm which placed among a fleet of Earth 🌍 observation instruments in the Japanese Experiment Module aboard the .
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NASA JPL May 12
To all the moms here on Mother Earth,
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NASA Climate May 9
Is the 🌞 causing global warming? No. The Sun can influence Earth’s climate, but it is not responsible for the warming trend we’ve seen over the past few decades. Details:
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NASA Earth May 4
⚡️ : Early this morning, successfully launched 🚀 on a mission to deliver more than 5,500 pounds of cargo including 's new carbon monitoring instrument, the Orbiting Carbon Observatory 3 (), to the .
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NASA Climate May 3
Are greenhouse gases released by human activities affecting precipitation and drought? Yes, and the answer is in the trees:
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NASA Climate May 3
Without the greenhouse effect, Earth's average temperature would be near 0°F (-18°C). Human activities are ⬆️ greenhouse gas concentrations. This increase is extremely likely to have been the main cause of the observed warming since the mid-20th century:
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NASA Climate May 1
Sea level rise is caused primarily by two factors related to global warming: the added water from melting ice sheets and glaciers and the expansion of seawater as it warms. Get NASA’s latest sea level data, as seen from space.
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NASA Climate Apr 30
Headed soon for the International Space Station, the Orbiting Carbon Observatory 3 (OCO-3) will take near-global measurements of carbon dioxide over land and sea. These measurements will help us better understand the state of our climate.
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NASA Earth Apr 29
On April 29, 1999, NASA Earth Observatory (EO) started publishing science stories and imagery on the Web. So much has changed in those 20 years…
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NASA Climate Apr 25
How will Antarctica's melting ice sheet affect sea level rise hundreds of years in the future? Scientists now have a more accurate model to answer this question.
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NASA Climate Apr 22
For , we're asking everyone a simple question: How do you ? At NASA, we with satellites and instruments that study the atmosphere, the ocean and the land of our living, breathing planet 24/7. 🌍 🛰️ Learn more:
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NASA Climate Apr 19
is almost here! Be sure to share your best photo of our majestic planet in detail. 🌴🐦🌼🐢🌦️🐠 We want to see images from around the world all day on Monday, April 22:
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NASA Climate Apr 19
NASA researchers are shooting lasers at the wind during an airborne science campaign to advance technology that could help improve climate and weather predictions.
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NASA STEM Engagement Apr 18
Did you know... the most-observed planet in our solar system is 🌎?! Join climate researchers for a free lecture about clouds & climate -- TONIGHT at 7pm PDT/10pm EDT. Attend the lecture in person or watch the live webcast.
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NASA Climate Apr 17
Last month's global average concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) was about 410 parts per million (ppm), up about 2 ppm from March 2018.
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NASA Climate Apr 17
Your home planet is up for a Webby Award, and time is running out! Help NASA Global Climate Change celebrate its 10th anniversary by casting your vote by 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, April 18th.
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