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A Month at Sea: Scientists Prepare to Set Sail for NASA’s S-MODE Mission

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In early October, the research vessel Bold Horizon set sail from Newport, Oregon, and joined a small fleet of planes, drones, and other high-tech craft chasing the ocean’s shapeshifting physics. NASA’s Sub-Mesoscale O...

Earth from Space: Nushagak Bay, Alaska

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In this week’s edition of the Earth from Space program, the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over the complex and diverse landscape that surrounds Nushagak Bay in Alaska. Credit: ESA - European Space Agency

Earth from Space: Inhambane Bay

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In this week’s edition of the Earth from Space program, the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over Inhambane Bay, in southeast Mozambique.

New Supercomputer Simulation Sheds Light on Moon’s Origin

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A new NASA and Durham University simulation puts forth a different theory of the Moon’s origin—the Moon may have formed in a matter of hours, when material from the Earth and a Mars sized-body were launched directly i...

Earth from Space: Lake Trasimeno

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In this week's edition of the Earth from Space program, the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over Lake Trasimeno, the fourth largest lake in Italy.

A New Era of Earth Science (NASA Trailer)

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For more than 50 years, NASA has been collecting and providing data about Earth’s land, water, ice and atmosphere. Now, a new era of Earth Science has begun. NASA will launch a fleet of state-of-the-art satellites for...

Earth’s Iconic Waves, Observed by Landsat

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The broad perspective from satellites shows the landscapes and seascapes surrounding some of the world's tallest, longest, fastest, and heaviest waves.

Listening to the Amazon: Tracking Deforestation Through Sound

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From space, parts of the Amazon rainforest that have previously been logged or burned may look lush and green, like a place buzzing with activity and full of sounds. But inside the rainforest, the animal life may tell...

EMIT (Earth Surface Mineral Dust Source Investigation) Gets Installed on International Space Station

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This time-lapse video shows the Candarm2 robotic arm of the International Space Station maneuvering NASA’s EMIT mission onto the exterior of the station. Extraction from the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft began around 5:15 ...

NASA Tracks COVID-19’s Atmospheric Fingerprint

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The COVID-19-related lockdowns granted scientists an unexpected and detailed glimpse as to how human activities impact atmospheric composition. Two recent studies, one focusing on nitrogen oxide and the other examinin...