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NASA takes you on a world tour with this animation as we kick off major new field campaigns to study regions of critical change from land, sea and air.
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NASA's OCO-2 mission will shed new light on understanding carbon and its role in our planet's future.
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NASA | Landsat Tracks Urban Change and Flood Risk
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This GeoSpatial Stream looks at the latest data on climate change from NOAA and NASA, including more record temperatures, flooding and shrinking sea ice; new satellites from Google's Terra Bella and Peru; Esri's new way of measuring oceans: the EMU; industry news from Phase One Industrial, TerraGo, Datumate and Satlab Geosolutions; a video of drone imaging for ESA's deep-space tracking system; and more.
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NASA doesn't just explore outer space! Since 1959, with the launch of the first weather satellite, NASA has been studying our home planet on a global scale. NASA monitors Earth's vital signs via satellites and airplanes, sends scientists to the far corners of the land and under the ocean, and develops computer models of Earth's climate processes. Why? Because Earth is the only planet that nearly eight billion people call "home sweet home."
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The three-year COral Reef Airborne Laboratory (CORAL) mission will survey a portion of the world's coral reefs to assess the condition of these threatened ecosystems and understand their relation to the environment, including physical, chemical and human factors.
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This video was acquired August 10, 2016, with a high-resolution video camera onboard the International Space Station (ISS). Within the span of about 10 seconds, two meteors associated with the Perseid meteor shower streak across the sky above Pakistan. Video was provided by Tomoko Arai/Japan’s Planetary Exploration Research Center/Meteor Composition Determination (Meteor) investigation.
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Earth's oceans could be concealing a mystery about climate change. Researchers have recently found evidence of hidden heat hundreds of meters below the ocean's surface.
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NASA is about to launch six new next-generation Earth-observing small satellites — some as small as a loaf of bread. These tiny spacecraft are helping to foster creative and cost-effective approaches to studying our planet.
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Cameras outside the International Space Station, 257 miles above Earth, captured spectacular views on Aug. 30, 2016, of three powerful tropical systems churning across the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.