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NASA Data on Plant ‘Sweating’ Could Help Predict Wildfire Severity

EMIT Launches to the International Space Station

NASA Airborne Science Mission Engages with Students in Bermuda

NASA Air Pollution Instrument Completes Satellite Integration

NASA’s ECOSTRESS Sees Las Vegas Streets Turn Up the Heat

NASA to Launch 6 Small Satellites to Monitor, Study Tropical Cyclones

5 Things to Know About NASA’s New Mineral Dust Detector

NASA’s ECOSTRESS Detects ‘Heat Islands’ in Extreme Indian Heat Wave

NASA’s EMIT Will Map Tiny Dust Particles to Study Big Climate Impacts

Storm Chasing Scientists Fly Into the Clouds to Understand Winter Snowstorms

NASA’s storm-chasing planes fly through blizzards to improve snowfall forecasts

‘Rocked’: NASA scientists brave bumpy flights into winter storms

A BIOS Treasure: The Tudor Hill Marine Atmospheric Observatory

TEMPO Air Pollution Sensor Integrated with Satellite Host

The NASA King Air B200 and the early morning fog at NASA Ames Research Center.

Preparing for Landing: NASA’s S-MODE Wraps up Last Week of Experiments

NASA Selects New Mission to Study Storms, Impacts on Climate Models

NASA’s TROPICS Pathfinder Satellite Produces Global First Light Images and Captures Hurricane Ida

ER-2 takeoff on 16 July 2021 for DCOTSS Research Flight 01. Photo credit: Dan Chirica

Storm (outflow) chasing high up in the stratosphere

Tropics

WIRED Magazine Article -“Tiny Satellites Could Help Warn of the Next Big Hurricane”

Tempo Ship Out

TEMPO Air Pollution Sensor Treks Toward Satellite Integration

Smode-Take-Off

NASA’s S-MODE Takes to the Air and Sea to Study Ocean Eddies

Earth Day Connections: NASA Investigates Vegetation

MAIA

Using Satellite Data to Map Air Pollution and Improve Health

Series of false-color satellite images chronicles the growth of the two deltas between 1984 and 2017. All of the images were acquired by instruments on Landsat satellites. Credit: NASA Earth Observatory

Disappearing Deltas: The Delta-X Airborne Mission Investigates

ACTIVATE Begins Year Two of Marine Cloud Study

Masks are part of the safety protocol for ACTIVATE scientists. Here, Yonghoon Choi prepares for a science flight on the HU-25 Falcon. Credits: NASA/David C. Bowman

ACTIVATE Makes a Careful Return to Flight

Introduction to MAIA & TEMPO

2020.01.14 IMPACTS: NASA’s IMPACTS Campaign Seeks to Decode East Coast Winter Storms

How NASA is Helping the World Breathe More Easily

PIA23430-16

NASA’s ECOSTRESS Mission Sees Plants ‘Waking Up’ From Space

Researchers used the space-based CALIPSO lidar to measure the planet’s largest animal migration, which takes place when small sea creatures swim up from the depths at night to feed on phytoplankton, then back down again just before sunrise. Credits: NASA/Timothy Marvel

NASA, French Space Laser Measures Massive Migration of Ocean Animals

NASA's ECOSTRESS sensor measured the stress levels of plants when it passed over the Peruvian Amazon rainforest on Aug. 7, 2019. The map reveals that the fires were concentrated in areas of water-stressed plants (brown). The pattern points to how plant health can impact the spread of fires. Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Earth Observatory

Drought-Stressed Forest Fueled Amazon Fires

Delta-X Overview

Delta-X 2016 Overview

 
 

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