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NASA Earth 3h
Every June, the Kolyma River in thaws and carries organic materials that stain the Arctic Ocean.
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NASA GISS 11h
The monthly GISTEMP surface temperature analysis update has been posted. The global mean temperature anomaly for June 2019 was 0.93°C above the 1951-1980 June average. Note: The GISTEMP version is now v4 & uses NOAA/ GHCN v4 station data.
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NASA Moon Jul 12
We're super excited for next weekend. In the meantime, here's a cool visualization that shows you the Moon phase and the location of all of the human landings on the Moon.
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NASA Earth 11h
An invasive reed 🌾 that can grow up to 15 ft high is crowding out native plants and animals of the Great Lakes. ’s Earth observations 🛰 help ’s Research Institute find areas at risk from this giant weed.
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NASA Earth Jul 14
Scientists were surprised to find a large wildfire in August 2017 in near Sisimiut. Two years later, another sizable fire burned in the same region during a busy fire season in the Arctic.
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NASA Jul 13
Here’s a look at ahead of it making landfall. Our satellites are continuing to collect data on this storm as it is expected to bring more rain. Get the latest updates about the storm by following and our blog:
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NASA Earth Jul 13
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NASA Earth Jul 13
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And while you're at it, check out this glorious glory over Brunt Ice Shelf. Photo taken in 2010 from NASA's DC-8 as part of Operation IceBridge.
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NASA Earth Jul 13
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Read more about the growing cracks on Brunt Ice Shelf here:
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NASA Earth Jul 13
The enormous slab of poised to break away from the Brunt ice shelf is still hanging on.
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NASA Earth Jul 13
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NASA Earth Jul 12
Know of a that has not been covered in the news? You can report it here: Help scientists with build the largest publicly available global landslide database and improve their landslide hazard model.
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NASA Earth Jul 12
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NASA Earth Jul 12
Brunt Ice Shelf Survives the Solstice
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NASA Earth Jul 12
EO On This Day: In July 2012, thick smoke billowed from wildfires 🔥 in Siberia. This July, another set of fires is burning forests 🌲🌳🌲 in the region.
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NASA Earth Jul 11
and our partners are heading into the field to continue studying fires 🔥 from the air, space and the ground. Follow along with us as we look closer at how fires burn in a warming world. ⚡️ “Gearing Up for Fire Season with NASA” by
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