Monthly Archives: October 2019
NASA Explorers S3 E3: The Carbon Problem
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In the Arctic, fires are a natural part of the ecosystem. But as the climate changes, fires are burning longer and hotter, releasing long-buried carbon from the soil.
Two Decades of Rain, Snowfall from NASA’s Precipitation Missions
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NASA’s Precipitation Measurement Missions (PMM) have collected rain and snowfall from space for nearly 20 years, and for the first time in 2019, scientists can access PMM’s entire record as one data set.
Earth from Space: Lake Natron
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In this week's edition of the Earth from Space program, the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over two saline lakes in East Africa.
Space’s Part in the 5G Revolution
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We need satellites to ensure businesses and citizens can benefit smoothly from 5G.
Stanford-Developed Technology Could Help Prevent Wildfires
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A new technology developed by Stanford engineers promises a way to prevent a significant percentage of wildfires and drastically reduce the cost of fighting them.