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"27.01.2017 20:25:01" globe.gov Enter the US Regional Student Science Symposium - Blog - GLOBE.gov Teachers, if you are interested in attending with a group of students, please indicate your interest and apply for funding through this U.S. Students and Teachers with the GLOBE Program and the ENSO Student Research Campaign.
"30.08.2016 16:26:03" c1.staticflickr.com c1.staticflickr.com If you have ever looked into the sky and noticed the clouds, we want you! Join a new NASA citizen science project called GLOBE Observer, and make cloud observations that can help scientists verify and validate satellite data on clouds. Then share your
"18.08.2016 20:59:08" NASA Earth Join us Friday at 10:30am ET/ 7:30am PT for a Facebook Live Q&A with Walt Meier, a sea ice scientist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center about the continuing decline in Arctic sea ice and the status of this summer's melt season.
The extent of Arctic sea
"11.07.2016 15:43:15" nasa.gov The Barents Sea Abloom On July 6, 2016, the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on the Terra satellite acquired this image of a phytoplankton bloom in the Barents Sea. The chlorophyll contained in phytoplankton often shows up in natural-color images as a green The Barents Sea Abloom
"07.03.2016 20:37:45" The El Niño Student Campaign The El Niño Student Campaign In this hour-long webinar, participants will get the “nuts and bolts” about how to be involved in this GLOBE campaign. We will cover the expectations for involvement and describe the goals for this campaign. Participants will learn how to navigate through
"03.09.2015 17:57:11" smap.jpl.nasa.gov NASA Soil Moisture Radar Ends Operations, Mission Science Continues SMAP, or Soil Moisture Active Passive, is an Earth satellite mission that measures and maps Earth's soil moisture and freeze/thaw state to better understand terrestrial water, carbon and energy cycles.
"13.07.2015 17:59:43" smap.jpl.nasa.gov SMAP Team Investigating Radar Instrument Anomaly SMAP, or Soil Moisture Active Passive, is an Earth satellite mission that measures and maps Earth's soil moisture and freeze/thaw state to better understand terrestrial water, carbon and energy cycles. On July 7, at about 2:16 p.m. PDT, SMAP’s radar halted its transmissions. All other components of the spacecraft continued to operate normally, including the radiometer instrument that is collecting science data. #NASASMAP
"09.06.2015 15:43:31" The NASA Know Your Earth Quizzes are still a huge hit! Test your knowledge today!
"25.03.2015 14:20:47" Timeline Photos Check out these snowflake photographs in pristine detail. http://epod.usra.edu/
"25.03.2015 14:20:47" Check out these snowflake photographs in pristine detail. http://epod.usra.edu/
"10.03.2015 13:08:17" nasa.gov NASA's Soil Moisture Mapper Takes First 'SMAPshots' NASA's new satellite mission to map the water in the soil under our feet has successfully tested its science instruments for the first time. Fresh off the recent successful deployment of its 20-foot (6-meter) reflector antenna and associated boom arm, NASA's new Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) observatory has successfully completed a two-day test of its science instruments.
"03.03.2015 17:19:55" earthobservatory.nasa.gov Tournament: Earth : 2014 Vote for your favorite image! Tournament Earth: They face off on the frozen tundra and in the searing deserts. They meet high in the stratosphere and in the depths of the ocean. They clash on the remotest of islands and in the brightly-lit urban centers. They are the best and bri
"27.02.2015 19:35:00" NASA's Wallops Flight Facility Local Citizens Helping NASA with Precipitation Measurements Subject of NASA Visitor Center Event
The public is invited to learn about measuring precipitation (rain and snow) from space and how local citizens are helping NASA in this endeavor during
"04.02.2015 16:19:22" smap.jpl.nasa.gov Home SMAP, or Soil Moisture Active Passive, is an Earth satellite mission that measures and maps Earth's soil moisture and freeze/thaw state to better understand terrestrial water, carbon and energy cycles. With the launch of SMAP (Soil Moisture Active Passive) on Saturday, January 31, a total of five NASA missions to study Earth have launched in less than a year. Since the agency's inception in 1958, NASA has established itself as a world leader in Ear
"31.01.2015 14:43:47" Timeline Photos The NASA SMAP Mission was launched successfully on a Delta II rocket this morning from Vandenberg AFB on the central California coast!
Follow the NASA SMAP Mission at http://smap.jpl.nasa.gov
"31.01.2015 14:43:47" The NASA SMAP Mission was launched successfully on a Delta II rocket this morning from Vandenberg AFB on the central California coast!
Follow the NASA SMAP Mission at http://smap.jpl.nasa.gov
"27.01.2015 23:36:52" www.jpl.nasa.gov JPL | SMAP: Soil Moisture Active Passive SMAP will produce detailed global maps of soil moisture, enabling insights on the way Earth's water, energy, and carbon link and work together. In addition SMAP enables a new era in global drought monitoring, flood forecasting, crop yield forecasts, The applications for SMAP's soil moisture data are numerous. This SMAP infographic details drought monitoring, flood prediction, crop productivity, weather forecasting and the water, energy & carbon cycles.
"27.01.2015 21:56:15" www.nasa.gov Building a Better Weather Forecast? SMAP May Help Soil moisture data from NASA's SMAP mission will open a path to improved weather forecasts. Building a Better Weather Forecast? SMAP May Help
The amount of water available to evaporate from the land surfaces can be used by meteorologists to improve their forecasts of local and regional weather over spans of days to weeks. Forecasting the we
"27.01.2015 15:41:19" climate.nasa.gov Pita bread! What was I thinking? Laura Faye Tenenbaum is a science communicator at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and teaches oceanography at Glendale Community College. Two more days until the launch of the NASA Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) satellite. Check out this latest blog and see how you can make your own edible model of the spacecraft! #NASASMAP
"23.01.2015 20:33:39" climate.nasa.gov NASA Know Your Earth Quiz -Soil Moisture How much do you know about soil moisture? NASA's next big Earth Science satellite is about to launch. The Soil Moisture Active Passive Mission (SMAP) will launch on Thursday, January 29, 2015 and will measure soil moisture from space.
Test your knowledge on soil moisture with the latest NA
"16.01.2015 16:50:37" www.nasa.gov NASA, NOAA Find 2014 Warmest Year in Modern Record The year 2014 ranks as Earth’s warmest since 1880, according to two separate analyses by NASA and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) scientists. The observed long-term warming trend and the ranking of 2014 as the warmest year on record reinforces the importance for NASA to study Earth as a complete system, and particularly to understand the role and impacts of human activity. #earthrightnow
"22.12.2014 16:33:48" climate.nasa.gov Know Your Earth Quiz - The Ocean - Looking at our Earth from space, it is obvious that we live on a water planet. Ocean covers over 70 percent of the Earth's surface and contains about 97 percent of the Earth's surface water. How much do you know about our ocean? How do you know about the Earth's Ocean? Test your knowledge here!
"08.12.2014 19:14:35" www.nasa.gov NASA’s CATS: A Launch of Exceptional Teamwork Consisting of 19 people, including three high school students, the CATS team designed and built a new cloud and aerosol measurement instrument. There aren’t enough people on NASA’s Cloud-Aerosol Transport System (CATS) team to field both sides of a football scrimmage, but there are enough to build and test the Earth-observing instrument, bound for the International Space Station on Dec. 16.
"08.12.2014 18:24:47" NASA's Wallops Flight Facility The Wallops Visitors Center is located on VA175 near Chincoteague, Va. Open Tues. - Sat., 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Free admission. http://sites.wff.nasa.gov/wvc/ NASA Know Your Earth invites you to check out all the cool stuff going on at the NASA Wallops Flight Facility. From launching high pressure balloons and rockets to studying hurricanes with the HS3 UAV to studying the ice in Greenland and Antarctica,
"07.12.2014 00:23:56" NASA Know Your Earth invites you to check out all the cool stuff going on at the NASA Wallops Flight Facility. From launching high pressure balloons and rockets to studying hurricanes with the HS3 UAV to studying the ice in Greenland and Antarctica,
"05.12.2014 17:06:49" smap.jpl.nasa.gov smap.jpl.nasa.gov
"05.12.2014 16:00:44" Happy World Soil Day from the NASA SMAP Mission! Learn more about SMAP at http://smap.jpl.nasa.gov Timeline Photos
"02.12.2014 19:50:46" www.nasa.gov West Antarctic Melt Rate Has Tripled: NASA-UC Irvine A comprehensive, 21-year analysis of the fastest-melting region of Antarctica has found that the melt rate of glaciers there has tripled during the last decade. “The mass loss of these glaciers is increasing at an amazing rate," said scientist Isabella Velicogna, jointly of UCI and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California.
"02.12.2014 17:54:06" www.nasa.gov NASA’s CATS Eyes Clouds, Smoke and Dust from the Space Station The Cloud-Aerosol Transport System, launching to the International Space Station this month, will explore new technologies for future satellite missions. To investigate the layers and composition of clouds and tiny airborne particles like dust, smoke and other atmospheric aerosols, , scientists at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland have developed an instrument called the Cloud-A
"01.12.2014 17:00:46" Timeline Photos Want to learn more about hurricanes, snowstorms, floods, and landslides? Want to see these severe weather phenomena through the eyes of science and music? Tune in to "Beautiful Earth" live from Goddard Space Flight Center at 1:00 Eastern time TODAY,
"01.12.2014 17:00:46" Want to learn more about hurricanes, snowstorms, floods, and landslides? Want to see these severe weather phenomena through the eyes of science and music? Tune in to "Beautiful Earth" live from Goddard Space Flight Center at 1:00 Eastern time TODAY,
"21.11.2014 17:41:40" Timeline Photos
"07.11.2014 14:13:41" climate.nasa.gov Clouds and Aerosols Quiz Clouds and aerosols are two of the most important, but least understood, aspects of climate change. How much do you know about them? The latest NASA Know Your Earth quiz is live! How much do you know about Clouds and Aerosols?
"06.11.2014 16:59:30" www.nasa.gov NASA Lining up ICESat-2’s Laser-catching Telescope The laser-catching telescope is the latest milestone in ICESat-2's development which will help scientists track changes to the Earth. To catch individual laser photons that have travelled more than 600 miles from a satellite to Earth and back, the satellite’s telescope needs to be perfectly positioned. Last week, engineers and technicians at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Gr
"05.11.2014 20:27:12" www.globe.gov How to Participate - GLOBE.gov You and your students can be part of the GLOBE Community and participate with the Soil Moisture Active Passive Mission (SMAP). CALLING ALL TEACHERS AND STUDENTS!
Learn about the NASA SMAP Mission and how to become a SMAP-GLOBE Program Collaboration partner. Check out the video below to see how taking soil moisture data at your school or home can help NASA scientists!
"27.10.2014 17:15:56" www.nasa.gov NASA Begins Sixth Year of Airborne Antarctic Ice Change Study NASA is carrying out its sixth consecutive year of Operation IceBridge research flights over Antarctica to study changes in the continent’s ice sheet, glaciers and sea ice. This year’s airborne campaign, which began its first flight Thursday morning, “We are curious to see how much these glaciers have changed in two years,” said Eric Rignot, IceBridge science team co-lead and glaciologist at the University of California, Irvine and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California.
"17.10.2014 22:26:22" www.jpl.nasa.gov NASA Soil Moisture Mapper Arrives at Launch Site A NASA spacecraft designed to track Earth's water in one of its most important, but least recognized, forms -- soil moisture -- has arrived at its California launch site.
"16.10.2014 00:23:00" climate.nasa.gov Extreme Weather Quiz An extreme weather event is something that falls outside the realm of normal weather patterns. It can range from a flood to a drought to a hurricane to a hailstorm. How much of a freak-weather freak are you? The latest Know Your Earth Quiz is live, just in time for Hurricane Season. How much do you know about extreme weather? Find out here!
"07.10.2014 14:17:55" www.nasa.gov SkyScience – Earth Science Week 2014 NASA.gov brings you the latest images, videos and news from America's space agency. Get the latest updates on NASA missions, watch NASA TV live, and learn about our quest to reveal the unknown and benefit all humankind. Be part of a real NASA experiment! One and all are invited to become a “Citizen Scientist” from Oct. 12-18 and contribute to NASA science while learning about clouds and how they affect our weather and climate. This exciting opportunity takes a li
"16.09.2014 14:37:47" www.nasa.gov NASA Launch Schedule NASA.gov brings you the latest images, videos and news from America's space agency. Get the latest updates on NASA missions, watch NASA TV live, and learn about our quest to reveal the unknown and benefit all humankind. The SMAP Mission has a new targeted launch date of January 29, 2015 (under review). Please keep up to date on the SMAP launch date, as well as other mission by clicking on the link below.
"12.09.2014 01:26:09" NASA JPL Live UPCOMING EVENT: NASA's SMAP Mission 7 p.m. PDT (10 p.m. EDT) Thursday, Sept. 11 NASA's Soil Moisture Active Passive, or SMAP, is a remote sensing mission designed to measure and map Earth's soil moisture distribution and freeze/thaw state with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory invites you to watch live and chat about the upcoming SMAP Mission Deputy Project Manager, Sam Thurman. Tonight at 7pm PDT (10:00pm EDT)
"11.09.2014 15:32:27" www.nasa.gov Four Decades of Sea Ice from Space: The Decline Decades after mastering how to map the previously unmappable -- sea ice -- scientists watched as Arctic sea ice began a rapid decline. By the end of last century, scientists had painstakingly developed and tested the remote sensing techniques that allowed them to monitor sea ice from space.
"08.09.2014 20:03:34" nasaesw.strategies.org NASA Earth Science Week | Earth's Connected Systems Celebrate Earth Science Week 2014 with NASA! This year is all about "Earth's Connected Systems," and how NASA missions help us to learn more about our home planet. Know Your Earth Quizzes features on the NASA Earth Science Week 2014 Web Site!
"04.09.2014 17:50:52" spaceflightnow.com Spaceflight Now | Delta Launch Report | Delta 2 rocket erected to launch SMAP mission United Launch Alliance ground crews have erected the two-stage Delta 2 launcher that will carry NASA's Soil Moisture Active Passive mission into orbit this winter. The rocket is perched at Space Launch Complex 2-West at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Cal The NASA SMAP Mission has a ride to space!
"28.08.2014 15:54:50" www.nasa.gov Ozone-Depleting Compound Persists, NASA Research Shows NASA research shows Earth's atmosphere contains an unexpectedly large amount of an ozone-depleting compound from an unknown source decades after the compound was banned worldwide. "We are not supposed to be seeing this at all," said Qing Liang, an atmospheric scientist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, and lead author of the study. "It is now apparent there are either unidentified industrial leakage
"18.08.2014 16:44:53" www.nasa.gov Snow Cover on Arctic Sea Ice Has Thinned 30 to 50 Percent New research led by NASA and the University of Washington, Seattle, confirms that springtime snow on sea ice in the Arctic has thinned significantly in the last 50 years, by about a third in the Western Hemisphere and by half near Alaska. “The snow cover is like a shield that can insulate sea ice,” said Son Nghiem of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, principal investigator for BROMEX and a coauthor of the new study. “In this study, we had thousands of measureme
"29.07.2014 18:32:57" www.nasa.gov Lead Pollution Beat Explorers to South Pole, Persists Today Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen reached the South Pole in 1911, but new research shows that industrial air pollution arrived long before any human. "Our new record shows the dramatic impact of industrial activities such as smelting, mining and fossil fuel burning on even the most remote parts of the world," McConnell said.
"28.07.2014 15:07:39" www.nasa.gov Satellite Study Reveals Parched U.S. West Using Up Underground Water A new study by NASA and University of California, Irvine, scientists finds more than 75 percent of the water loss in the drought-stricken Colorado River Basin since late 2004 came from underground resources. The extent of groundwater loss may pose a "We don't know exactly how much groundwater we have left, so we don't know when we're going to run out," said Stephanie Castle, a water resources specialist at the University of California, Irvine, and the study's lead author. "This is a lot of water
"22.07.2014 13:31:00" www.nasa.gov NASA Kicks Off Field Campaign to Probe Ocean Ecology, Carbon Cycle NASA embarks this week on a coordinated ship and aircraft observation campaign off the Atlantic coast of the United States, an effort to advance space-based capabilities for monitoring microscopic plants that form the base of the marine food chain. For three weeks, NASA's Ship-Aircraft Bio-Optical Research (SABOR) experiment will bring together marine and atmospheric scientists to tackle the optical issues associated with satellite observations of phytoplankton.
"16.07.2014 15:55:12" climate.nasa.gov The Air We Breathe Quiz Our atmosphere is vital to all living things on our planet. How much do you know about the air we breathe? The latest NASA Know Your Earth quiz - The Air We Breathe- is live! This quiz is released marking the 10th Anniversary of the NASA Aura mission measuring the air we breathe.
"15.07.2014 18:53:16" climate.nasa.gov The Air We Breathe Our atmosphere is vital to all living things on our planet. How much do you know about the air we breathe? The latest NASA Know Your Earth quiz - The Air We Breathe- is live! This quiz is released on the day that marks the 10th Anniversary of the NASA Aura mission measuring the air we breathe. #earthrightnow #KnowYourEarth
"02.07.2014 15:17:51" www.nasa.gov NASA Launches New Carbon-Sensing Mission to Monitor Earth’s Breathing NASA successfully launched its first spacecraft dedicated to studying atmospheric carbon dioxide at 2:56 a.m. PDT (5:56 a.m. EDT) Wednesday. OCO-2 soon will begin a minimum two-year mission to locate Earth’s sources of and storage places for atmospheric carbon dioxide, the leading human-produced greenhouse gas responsible for warming our world and a critical component of the planet’s carb
"30.06.2014 23:58:10" climate.nasa.gov Know Your Earth Carbon Quiz Earth has many processes that regulate carbon, atmospheric carbon dioxide and its role in the carbon cycle and climate. How much do you know? On the eve of the Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (#OCO2) satellite launch, you can test your knowledge of Carbon! #KnowYourEarth #earthrightnow