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This GeoSpatial Stream broadcast discusses the devastating flooding throughout Europe and how satellites are helping; the 2015 NOAA satellite budget; a new NASA imager for global precipitation; commercial remote-sensing distributors; Airbus Defense and Space and its involvement with Sentinel-5; satellites observing the formation of black holes; and more.
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Scientists at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center are developing a new way to use satellite observations of magnetic fields to measure heat stored in the ocean.
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50 years ago, NASA launched Nimbus to study Earth from space. Now, experts at the National Snow and Ice Data Center (part of CIRES), are recovering valuable data and images from old, long-lost film, and expanding their understanding of sea ice in the Arctic and Antarctic. Learn more from CIRES on the 1-year anniversary of Nimbus' first image:
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This video from NASA Earth Observatory shows the satellite and space-station view of various shorelines across the United States.
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The OSIRIS-REx Laser Altimeter (OLA) will provide a three-dimensional map of asteroid Bennu’s shape, which will allow scientists to understand the context of the asteroid’s geography and the sample location. OLA is provided by the Canadian Space Agency in exchange for Canadian ownership of a portion of the returned asteroid sample. Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space flight Center/Katrina Jackson
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NASA | Landsat Tracks Urban Change and Flood Risk
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NASA Centennial Challenges wants YOUR help building a 3-D printed habitat on Mars. NASA and its partners are holding a $2.5 million competition to build a 3D printed habitat for deep space exploration, including the agency’s journey to Mars.
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In daylight our big blue marble is all land, oceans and clouds. But the night - is electric. This view of Earth at night is a cloud-free view from space as acquired by the Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership Satellite (Suomi NPP).
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During the August 21, 2017 total solar eclipse, scientists will use the Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC) on the Deep Space Climate Observatory satellite (DSCOVR), along with measurements taken from within the moon's shadow on the ground, to test a new model of Earth's energy budget.