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"30.09.2016 18:30:00" Solar Surveyor Since its launch on September 22, 2006, Hinode, a joint mission of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and NASA, has been watching the sun nearly non-stop, providing valuable insight into our star — and others throughout the universe. The
"26.08.2016 16:15:28" Arctic Sea Ice Evolution Arctic sea ice has seen a continued decline in recent decades, and scientists say the downward trend isn't likely to change. In fact, low levels of sea ice coverage have become the new normal. The floating cap of sea ice that blankets the Arctic Ocean and
"29.06.2016 14:04:33" Mission Juno Here's to our 500th NASA Viz story!
On July 4, 2016, NASA's Juno spacecraft will rocket into orbit around Jupiter, the largest and most massive planet in our solar system. Over the course of its 20-month mission, Juno will help answer fundamental
"27.06.2016 15:22:43" Earth Expeditions NASA's view from space shows our planet is changing, but to really understand the nitty-gritty of these changes and what they mean for our future, scientists need a closer look.
This year, NASA kicked off eight major new field research campaigns to study
"23.06.2016 15:00:34" Scientists estimate water covered a significant portion of Mars early in its history. Today, dry lakebeds, deep valleys and sandy plains all point to areas where water once flowed. Such landforms are captured in images taken by the THEMIS instrument Magnificent Mars Desiccation Scientists estimate water covered a significant portion of Mars early in its history. Today, dry lakebeds, deep valleys and sandy plains all point to areas where water once flowed. Such landforms are captured in images taken by the THEMIS instrument
"16.06.2016 17:59:46" How Earth Lost Its Cool Earth was far different 4 billion years ago. Back then it received only about 3/4 the amount of energy from the sun than it does today. It also lacked gases in its atmosphere that trap heat.
These conditions should have made the planet a cold, icy
"03.06.2016 19:55:48" The Bubble Nebula In 2016, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captured a stunning image of perhaps one of the most intriguing objects in our Milky Way galaxy: a massive star trapped inside a bubble. Object NGC 7635, better known as the Bubble Nebula, is located about 7,100
"31.05.2016 20:04:08" On April 27, 2015, astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope discovered a tiny moon orbiting Makemake, a dwarf planet located beyond the orbit of Neptune — about 4.8 billion miles from Earth. The moon, nicknamed MK 2, is estimated to be just 100 Hubble discovers a new moon On April 27, 2015, astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope discovered a tiny moon orbiting Makemake, a dwarf planet located beyond the orbit of Neptune — about 4.8 billion miles from Earth. The moon, nicknamed MK 2, is estimated to be just 100
"27.05.2016 13:44:20" Wandering Planets Not every planet orbits a star, tethered by gravity like Earth to the sun. Outside our solar system, some planets roam free in the space between stars. Scientists estimate that there may be billions of these cosmic nomads lurking in our Milky Way galaxy
"25.05.2016 19:41:39" Earth's Magnetism in Action The environment surrounding Earth overflows with energy and a complex system of magnetic fields that trap electrons and other charged particles. When these fields collide and realign — a process called magnetic reconnection — it can be hugely explosive,
"23.05.2016 13:15:47" Tracking Volcanic Ash When a volcano erupts, it can wreak just as much havoc in the air than on land. The expanding plume of ash that rises into the atmosphere is a danger to aircraft and can damage engines, causing them to fail midflight. Because the plumes often look like
"11.05.2016 16:40:55" El Niño Revolution Every two to seven years, an unusually warm pool of water — sometimes two to three degrees Celsius higher than normal — develops across the eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean. This warm condition, known as El Niño, can disrupt marine ecosystems and spur
"05.05.2016 20:43:29" The views provided by space telescopes are helping researchers deduce how galaxy clusters evolve. Explore how individual galaxies assemble into colossal cosmic communities.
Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/1ZjlEvS Galaxy Clusters The views provided by space telescopes are helping researchers deduce how galaxy clusters evolve. Explore how individual galaxies assemble into colossal cosmic communities.
Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/1ZjlEvS
"03.05.2016 14:00:43" An Explosion on the Sun On April 17, 2016, the sun emitted a huge burst of radiation known as a solar flare. The flare appeared as a bright flash of light in images taken by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, spacecraft, which watches the sun constantly. Harmful
"28.04.2016 13:19:26" Earth is Getting Greener Scientists have found that a quarter to half of Earth's vegetated lands has shown significant greening over the last 35 years because of rising levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide. The findings are based on computer models and data collected by NASA and
"27.04.2016 12:23:30" Earth's Ionosphere There's a strange glow in the night sky, and it's coming from a dynamic layer of the atmosphere at the boundary between Earth and space—what scientists call the ionosphere.
Colorful emission, known as airglow, is subtle and appears faint to the naked
"22.04.2016 19:47:14" Timeline Photos Happy Earth Day with NASA Viz @ Union Station, Washington DC!
"20.04.2016 16:51:29" The universe is huge and there's a lot to explore. Now, NASA researchers are working to build a new telescope that will help them see more of it, and faster than ever.
In the mid-2020s, the agency plans to launch the Wide-Field Infrared Survey Telescope
"18.04.2016 13:42:00" Mark your calendar for May 9 — that's when Mercury will pass between Earth and the sun in a rare astronomical event known as a planetary transit. Starting at 7:16 a.m. EDT, Mercury will appear as a tiny black dot against a blazing backdrop, traversing the Mercury in our sights Mark your calendar for May 9 — that's when Mercury will pass between Earth and the sun in a rare astronomical event known as a planetary transit. Starting at 7:16 a.m. EDT, Mercury will appear as a tiny black dot against a blazing backdrop, traversing the
"13.04.2016 15:31:48" NASA Viz Community's cover photo
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"13.04.2016 15:12:27" Visualizing Raindrops Raindrop size matters. In order to accurately know how much precipitation is falling in a storm, scientists need to understand the ratio of large drops to smaller or medium-sized drops. The size of falling raindrops depends on several factors, including
"08.04.2016 12:42:18" Death By El Niño Plants need light to grow. They also require nutrients. For tiny marine plants, called phytoplankton, those nutrients are brought up from the ocean's cold, deep waters to the surface by mixing. But this normal circulation gets disrupted during El Niño
"07.04.2016 19:34:34" Sea Ice Growth Slows in Arctic Every year, the cap of frozen seawater on top of the Arctic Ocean and its neighboring seas melts during the spring and summer and grows back in the fall and winter months, reaching its maximum yearly extent between February and April.
On March 24, the
"01.04.2016 12:51:24" Cosmic Star Factory The Large Magellanic Cloud, a dwarf galaxy orbiting our Milky Way, is home to a tumultuous nursery of baby stars called the Tarantula Nebula.
Images taken by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope reveal the locations of millions of stars within the nebula, some
"30.03.2016 14:12:08" Astronomers have observed millions of galaxies in the universe. But only a handful have been discovered with glowing green clouds of gas and dust.
In images taken by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, the clouds appear as expansive blobs and warped halos on Glowing Galactic Clouds Astronomers have observed millions of galaxies in the universe. But only a handful have been discovered with glowing green clouds of gas and dust.
In images taken by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, the clouds appear as expansive blobs and warped halos on
"29.03.2016 19:12:21" Solar Outburst There's never a dull moment when it comes to the sun!
On March 13, 2016, a round solar prominence burst from the sun shortly after rotating into view of NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, spacecraft. Prominences are clouds of solar material
"23.03.2016 15:46:26" Mars Gravity Map If Mars were a perfectly smooth sphere of uniform density, the gravitational pull experienced by an orbiting spacecraft would be exactly the same everywhere on the planet. But like other rocky bodies in the solar system, including Earth, Mars has both a
"18.03.2016 13:04:50" No U.S. astronaut has spent more consecutive days in low-Earth orbit aboard the International Space Station than Scott Kelly. When Kelly wasn't conducting experiements on the football-field-size laboratory, he spent some of his downtime snapping amazing Year in Space No U.S. astronaut has spent more consecutive days in low-Earth orbit aboard the International Space Station than Scott Kelly. When Kelly wasn't conducting experiements on the football-field-size laboratory, he spent some of his downtime snapping amazing
"17.03.2016 18:09:20" The Martian surface is covered by constantly shifting sand blown by the planet's winds. This creates an ever-evolving desert landscape with diverse and striking dunes. These images, taken by the HiRISE instrument aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter The Dunes of Mars The Martian surface is covered by constantly shifting sand blown by the planet's winds. This creates an ever-evolving desert landscape with diverse and striking dunes. These images, taken by the HiRISE instrument aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
"10.03.2016 21:21:57" Dione is one of 62 known moons of Saturn. Fuzzy photos from NASA's Voyager missions in the 1980s revealed distinctive white streaks, called "wispy terrain," slicing across the surface.
Today, thanks to sharper images captured by NASA's Cassini Dione's Icy Craters Dione is one of 62 known moons of Saturn. Fuzzy photos from NASA's Voyager missions in the 1980s revealed distinctive white streaks, called "wispy terrain," slicing across the surface.
Today, thanks to sharper images captured by NASA's Cassini
"04.03.2016 18:57:15" Flowing Water on Mars Mars is drier than the most arid deserts on Earth, yet scientists now know it harbors liquid water just beneath its surface. Images from the HiRISE camera aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft reveal seeps of moisture sliding down steep
"02.03.2016 20:17:22" A Tour of Ceres Ceres isn't your average space rock.
At 587 miles across, it's the biggest object in the solar system’s main asteroid belt—a swarm of thousands of rocky bodies between Mars and Jupiter—and the only dwarf planet.
New evidence from NASA's Dawn mission
"01.03.2016 16:22:37" A Close Look at Pluto Pluto has long been a mystery, a dot at our solar system's margins. But in July 2015, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft flew past Pluto and captured the sharpest views of the dwarf planet to date. Explore Pluto's frozen peaks, icy platforms and other
"23.02.2016 21:13:47" Photos from NASA Viz Community's post Charon is the largest of Pluto’s five moons. Images taken by NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft during its July 2015 flyby of the Pluto system reveal Charon is a varied world with surprising features.
Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/1mVJ257
"19.02.2016 17:58:03" Sun Time-lapse The sun is always changing, and NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) is always watching. Launched on February 10, 2010, SDO keeps a 24-hour eye on the entire disk of the sun, with a prime view of the graceful dance of solar material coursing through
"16.02.2016 19:57:24" Moon in Chaos When NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope observed odd changes in the sunlight Nix was reflecting, researchers realized that Nix does not rotate predictably like Earth’s moon. Instead, it tumbles chaotically as it revolves around Pluto.
This simulation shows
"11.02.2016 19:55:31" The Orion Nebula The colorful Orion Nebula lies in our Milky Way galaxy about 1,500 light-years from Earth. A vast expanse of valleys and pillars carved through cosmic swirls of gas and dust, this stellar nursery encompasses a complete range of star formation.
"09.02.2016 16:51:19" Once assembled, NASA Webb Telescope will be the biggest and most powerful space telescope ever built. Its 18 primary mirror segments will work together as one large 21.3-foot diameter mirror to observe very distant objects in the cosmos. This month,
"05.02.2016 19:31:28" The storm that missed Earth On July 23, 2012, a massive cloud of solar material erupted off the sun's right side, zooming out into space and passing one of NASA's twin STEREO spacecraft along the way. Scientists clocked this giant cloud, known as a coronal mass ejection (CME),
"03.02.2016 14:30:48" Hottest Year On Record Globally-averaged temperatures in 2015 shattered the previous mark set in 2014. The planet’s average surface temperature has risen about 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit since the late-19th century, a change largely driven by increased carbon dioxide and other
"01.02.2016 16:35:29" Galactic Flare Gamma rays, the highest-energy form of light, can be observed throughout the cosmos. But detecting emissions of very high energy from distant sources is extremely rare.
Astronomers were surprised when NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope saw a sp
"22.01.2016 14:13:56" NASA Goddard This messy, undefinable pile of stars 16 million light years from Earth was originally thought to be a much closer planetary nebula - a mess of gas and dust blown out from a dying star.
Instead we have the irregular galaxy NGC 5408 in the constella
"21.01.2016 19:21:46" NASA Goddard NASA Sees Major Winter Storm Headed for Eastern U.S.
This satellite imagery from Jan. 21 at 10:00 a.m. EST shows the large winter storm over near the Gulf coast and another storm approaching the Pacific coast.
Credits: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"21.01.2016 17:18:53" Relive Snowmageddon FROM THE NASA VIZ ARCHIVES: In order to understand the processes that underlie how clouds form and evolve, scientists turn to complex computer models that simulate Earth's atmosphere. By feeding a range of ground, aircraft and satellite data into God
"20.01.2016 21:17:29" Unseasonable Floods Satellites show how heavy December rains caused unseasonable floods in the U.S. Read more: http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/details.cgi?aid=12129
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"15.01.2016 13:54:24" The closest look we’ve had at the moon came from the launch of NASA’s Apollo program in the 1960s.
Between 1967 and 1972, a series of missions landed the first men on the moon. Equipped with handheld cameras, Apollo astronauts documented their jour From Earth to the Moon The closest look we’ve had at the moon came from the launch of NASA’s Apollo program in the 1960s.
Between 1967 and 1972, a series of missions landed the first men on the moon. Equipped with handheld cameras, Apollo astronauts documented their jour
"12.01.2016 19:56:17" Gamma-ray Vision For more than six years, NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope has scanned the sky for the highest-energy light in the universe — gamma rays. Since the spacecraft's launch in 2008, researchers have cataloged more than 3,000 discrete gamma-ray source
"08.01.2016 17:15:27" Earth Time-lapse From a dusty atmosphere stretching across the Atlantic Ocean to daily views of clouds at sunrise, a NASA camera keeping a steady eye on the sunlit side of Earth is yielding new insights about our changing planet. The EPIC camera is stationed in space
"07.01.2016 18:05:09" Observing El Niño People all over the world are feeling — or soon will feel — the effects of one of the strongest El Niño events since 1997-88, currently unfolding in the eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean. An El Niño, which is a naturally reoccurring natural phenomenon
"05.01.2016 17:31:24" Astronomers are gearing up for a high-energy fireworks display when a stellar remnant the size of a city meets one of the brightest stars in our galaxy.
The cosmic light show will occur when a pulsar discovered by NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Teles Cosmic Fireworks Astronomers are gearing up for a high-energy fireworks display when a stellar remnant the size of a city meets one of the brightest stars in our galaxy.
The cosmic light show will occur when a pulsar discovered by NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Teles
"02.01.2016 14:06:01" Photos from NASA Viz Community's post Mars’ moon Phobos is lined with shallow grooves that stretch across its surface. These grooves were long thought to be fractures caused by the impact that formed a five-mile diameter depression on the moon known as Stickney crater.
Now, new modelin
"30.12.2015 13:40:01" Photos from NASA Viz Community's post A supercomputer model reveals how the environment around a young star is shaped by a planet’s gravity.
The model reveals that the planet's motion drives spiral waves throughout the disk, a phenomenon that causes collisions among the orbiting debris
"18.12.2015 15:08:20" Atmospheric Rivers Atmospheric rivers are narrow, concentrated tendrils of moisture that occur all over the world. They can be seen from space by observing the movement of water vapor in the atmosphere. Originating over warm ocean water, they typically travel east to w
"16.12.2015 16:29:50" Seeing Trends in Air Pollution Is the quality of our air improving? To help answer that question, scientists examined 10 years of observations from the Ozone Monitoring Instrument aboard NASA’s Aura satellite. One of the atmospheric gases the instrument detects is nitrogen dioxide
"11.12.2015 14:35:28" When magnetic fields on the sun rearrange and realign, dark spots known as sunspots can appear on its surface. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, spacecraft has seen many of these fast-growing sunspots since its launch in 2010. In February 20 Fast-Growing Sunspots When magnetic fields on the sun rearrange and realign, dark spots known as sunspots can appear on its surface. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, spacecraft has seen many of these fast-growing sunspots since its launch in 2010. In February 20
"04.12.2015 15:06:11" 20 Years in Space After 20 years in space, the European Space Agency and NASA's Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, or SOHO, is still going strong. Launched in 1995 to study the sun and its influence out to the very edges of the solar system, SOHO revolutionized this
"30.11.2015 15:23:57" A New Picture of Carbon Dioxide Human activity and the burning of fossil fuels have contributed to the sharp rise in carbon dioxide levels over the last 50 years. Today, about half of the carbon dioxide that's emitted into the atmosphere is absorbed by Earth's land and oceans. But
"20.11.2015 19:28:29" Bigger and Later Since the 1980s, NASA scientists have observed a hole in the ozone layer that forms and expands over Antarctica in August and September during the Southern Hemisphere spring. This year’s ozone hole area was larger and formed later than in recent year
"16.11.2015 14:01:40" Timeline Photos After 11 years in space, NASA's Swift spacecraft detected its 1,000th gamma-ray burst (GRB) on October 27, 2015. Astronomers classify GRBs by their duration, as the blast of high-energy light often lasts a minute or less.
GRBs are believed to occur
"12.11.2015 16:04:41" Mars’ Lost Atmosphere The change of Mars' climate may have been caused by the loss of an early atmosphere driven into space by the sun’s solar wind. Unlike Earth, Mars lacks a global magnetic field that deflects the stream of charged particles continuously blowing off the
"04.11.2015 19:46:16" Brazil: The Long Dry Spell Brazil is facing its worst drought in 35 years, with empty water reservoirs, severe water rationing and electrical blackouts. A new NASA study estimates that the eastern part of the South American country has lost an average of 28 trillion gallons of
"30.10.2015 13:48:53" A star is torn When a star wanders too close to a black hole, the intense gravity of the black hole results in extreme tidal forces that can rip the star apart. During these “tidal disruptions,” some of the stellar debris is flung outward at high speed while the re
"29.10.2015 14:20:00" The sea ice cover of the Southern Ocean reached its yearly maximum extent on October 6. The growth of Antarctic sea ice was erratic this year. Scientists believe that the strong El Niño event forming over the eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean had a ro
"27.10.2015 15:35:12" Eyes On The Skies A new NASA study shows that the chemical coolants known as hydrofluorocarbons (HFC) deplete ozone indirectly through increased warming of the stratosphere, speeding up the chemical reactions that destroy ozone molecules. Their impact is such that HFC
"20.10.2015 17:24:09" Timeline Photos Researchers discovered an unusual source of light in a galaxy some 90 million light-years away. The source is part of the dwarf galaxy Markarian 177.
Astronomers believe it may be the remnant of a massive star that exploded as a supernova. Or it co
"15.10.2015 18:55:58" Planetary Portrait Scientists using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope have produced new maps of Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system. The observations are designed to capture a broad range of features, including winds, clouds, storms and atmospheric chemistry.
"09.10.2015 17:50:30" Where does a research go when it’s released in the ocean? Using ocean buoy data from NOAA’s Global Drifter Database, NASA data visualizers depicted the migration of these floating science platforms in Earth’s oceans.
NASA has deployed thousands of o
"07.10.2015 13:05:47" Photos from NASA Viz Community's post Click through the images to view America's evolving agricultural landscape, as seen in Garden City, Kansas. Landsat satellite images since 1972 show large circular plots taking the place of rectangular fields.
Why? Over the last 60 years, farmers ha
"02.10.2015 16:54:23" Superstar Eta Carinae Eta Carinae is the most luminous and massive stellar system within 10,000 light-years of Earth. The system, which comprises two massive stars, is known for its surprising behavior. It erupted twice in the 19th century for reasons scientists still don
"29.09.2015 17:54:24" Comet Hunter The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory — a joint project of the European Space Agency and NASA — launched in 1995 to observe the sun and interplanetary space. In its two decades in orbit, SOHO has opened up a new era of solar observations, dramatical
"28.09.2015 13:21:21" Timeline Photos A NASA study shows populations of tiny plants in Earth's oceans are dwindling. The reduction in population of phytoplankton may reduce the amount of carbon dioxide drawn out of the atmosphere and transferred to the deep ocean for long-term storage.
"24.09.2015 14:17:04" Dear #NASAViz fans we are aware of the iOS9 related issues. We have packaged an update and it will be released ASAP. Stay tuned! Thank you!
"22.09.2015 20:36:37" Green Planet How green is our planet? This visualization shows a decade of vegetation changes from Feb. 2000 through Dec. 2012. Dark green areas indicate high plant growth, while tan areas low or none. The maps indicate how a landscape has evolved over time due t
"18.09.2015 16:56:34" Arctic sea ice, the cap of frozen seawater floating on top of the Arctic Ocean and adjacent seas, hit its early summertime minimum extent earlier this month. This year’s summertime minimum extent of sea ice cover is the fourth lowest on the satellite
"16.09.2015 15:18:41" Timeline Photos On the night of Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015, the moon will enter Earth’s shadow, creating a total lunar eclipse. The event is the second of two total lunar eclipses in 2015 and will last for over an hour. During the eclipse, the moon’s surface will be ill
"12.09.2015 17:30:01" Sloshing Supernova Stars may begin as spheres, but their explosions can be far from uniform. This video simulates the first 150 milliseconds of a supernova explosion. The different colors represent temperatures of spewing gases.
To read more: go.nasa.gov/1KJdCtF
"11.09.2015 14:52:42" Timeline Photos In late August, NASA satellites observed not one but three storms develop in the Pacific Ocean and intensify into Category 4 hurricanes with maximum sustained winds of up to 150 mph. The storms, Kilo, Ignacio and Jimena, formed in the eastern Pacific
"09.09.2015 13:48:43" Imaging Stars From Mars NASA’s MAVEN spacecraft investigates the history of the Martian climate by studying the upper atmosphere of Mars. The spacecraft gazes at stars, looking for changes in their color as they set below the horizon. These stellar occultations reveal what
"04.09.2015 16:42:00" Photos from NASA Viz Community's post Fire touches about one-third of Earth’s land surface every year, according to NASA satellite data. The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer, or MODIS, instrument aboard NASA’s Terra and Aqua satellites, together scan Earth four times a day t
"03.09.2015 17:24:54" Timeline Photos Science is beautiful. Download the NASA Viz App to browse spectacular images of Earth as well as science visualizations: http://go.nasa.gov/1fReX3b
"01.09.2015 18:10:58" Earth's Rising Seas Global sea level rise is a visible sign of our warming planet as well as one of the biggest environmental challenges of the 21st century. NASA research is helping us understand how much our oceans will rise and how fast that will happen.
"31.08.2015 15:47:00" Visualizing Landslides Landslides are dangerous natural hazards that occur around the world. Set off by heavy rains that cause fast-moving rock, mud and debris to flow down hillsides, landslide events can cause destruction to life and property. In 2010, NASA scientists rel
"28.08.2015 21:01:07" Since Hurricane Katrina hit the U.S. Gulf Coast ten years ago, in late August 2005, researchers made strides in understanding the inner-core processes and environmental factors that affect the path and density of a hurricane. Now, scientists have a b
"15.07.2015 13:54:40" See some of the first images of #PlutoFlyby taken up close. Congrats @NASANewHorizons! http://go.nasa.gov/1L9wvFr
"10.07.2015 20:29:15" A NASA spacecraft sees the sun unleash a stunning explosion #SDO http://go.nasa.gov/1KVkJ1a
"08.07.2015 18:44:26" Mount St. Helens at 35 On May 18, 1980, Mount St. Helens experienced a cataclysmic flank collapse, avalanche, and explosion that killed 57 people and displaced many others. The event dramatically reshaped the volcano and surrounding land in southwest Washington. Now, 35 ye
"02.07.2015 19:05:14" A #NASA #satellite monitors the edge of #Earth to study how the planet’s atmosphere is changing http://go.nasa.gov/1NzKGRv
"01.07.2015 19:02:38" Explore images of #wildfires taken from #space. http://go.nasa.gov/1KscS9N #NASA
"26.06.2015 20:23:06" Why did #NASA send an 820-pound probe into the path of a #comet ? VIDEO: http://go.nasa.gov/1JauRQv
"24.06.2015 19:26:34" nasaviz.gsfc.nasa.gov NASA Viz: Tropical Storm Bill (id 11904) Explore views of Tropical Storm #Bill taken from Space. VIDEO: http://go.nasa.gov/1CraKIM #TSBill #NASA #ISS #GPM
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"18.02.2015 17:57:20" Why is the largest lake in the Middle East disappearing? VIDEO: http://go.nasa.gov/1viTg32 NASA-Johnson Space Center
"06.02.2015 17:46:28" nasaviz.gsfc.nasa.gov NASA Viz: Dating Ice (id 11736) Scientists create a 3-D map showing the age of the Greenland ice sheet. http://nasaviz.gsfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/details.cgi?aid=11736
"05.02.2015 20:36:24" Comet vs. Sun A solar eruption blasts the tail off a comet. Spoiler alert: it grew back. Learn more: httpa//go.usa.gov/hHxG:::http://go.usa.gov/hHxG
"14.01.2015 21:54:37" NASA climate scientist Bill Putman explains the nuances of carbon dioxide's movement and fluctuations throughout a year. Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/1u5018q
"30.12.2014 22:27:15" The 'Sombrero Galaxy' is not what it seems. http://go.nasa.gov/1B2Epd9 Hubble Space Telescope NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope
"09.12.2014 15:54:54" Using NASA's Swift Satellite scientists made a breakthrough discovery in 2011. They found that, in two different stars in a cluster about 4,700 light-years away, winds from those stars were crashing together at speeds of millions of miles per hour. W
"28.11.2014 18:10:26" What happens when a gas giant planet hugs its star just a little too close... http://go.nasa.gov/1vtmKJx Hubble Space Telescope
"20.11.2014 14:11:13" Strange days on the sun - the largest sunspot in 24 years. Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/1r0tMjy
"11.11.2014 15:16:22" review.wizehive.com National Science Foundation - NSF Vizzies Public Dear NASAViz fans,
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"04.11.2014 21:50:59" 3-D Moon Landing Scientists create a 3-D model of the Apollo 11 landing site. More: http://go.nasa.gov/1vERDGG
On July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin safely touched down on the near side of the moon in a large basin known as M
"03.11.2014 16:36:31" Solar Explosions. This video shows a time-lapse view of the up-close explosions in different extreme ultraviolet wavelengths. Learn More: 1.usa.gov/1wOvMSL
On October 2, 2014, the sun unleashed a powerful burst of radiation known as a solar flare. The flare erupted
"31.10.2014 23:18:12" www.nasa.gov Statement from NASA Administrator on Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo Mishap “On behalf of the entire NASA family, I offer our deepest condolences to the family and loved ones of the pilot lost in today’s accident involving Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo, and we are praying for a speedy recovery of the other pilot."
"31.10.2014 16:45:46" This visualization shows maps of the lowest concentration of ozone observed each year over Antarctica from 1979 to 2013. Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/1q8X9Q1
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"21.10.2014 20:43:51" Scientists redefine the sun’s outer limits. More: http://go.nasa.gov/1wiIp5P
How big is the sun’s atmosphere? In a word: huge. Like Earth, the sun’s atmosphere consists of multiple layers. It has a lower atmosphere, called the chromosphere, and a si
"14.10.2014 14:59:51" Earth Science Week Of all the worlds NASA has explored, none have matched the dynamic complexity of our own. Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/ZChBBP
Earth is constantly changing, and NASA scientists and engineers are working daily to explore and understand the planet on
"10.10.2014 14:57:52" Cosmic Blast A stunning amount of energy is unleashed when a star goes nova. http://go.nasa.gov/1EDfZbE
This animation shows a nova outburst from a white dwarf orbiting a red giant star. The blast from a nova creates a shock wave that can expand at speeds of 7 m
"02.10.2014 16:00:00" Solar Explosions. This video shows a time-lapse view of the up-close explosions in different extreme ultraviolet wavelengths. Learn More: 1.usa.gov/1wOvMSL
On October 2, 2014, the sun unleashed a powerful burst of radiation known as a solar flare. The flare erupted
"17.09.2014 17:24:07" Spherical Flames 'Jellyfish flames' are created when flames occur in near-zero gravity. More: http://go.nasa.gov/1wq9vr2
"12.09.2014 15:47:29" Mini Nebula Astronomers use a 3-D printer to model a cosmic eruption. More: http://go.nasa.gov/1wislR8
Eta Carinae lies about 7,500 light-years away in the southern constellation of Carina and is one of the most massive binary star systems in our Milky Way gala
"10.09.2014 17:22:25" Luckily this massive Category 4 typhoon spinning toward China only exists inside the mind of a supercomputer.
The artificial storm is seen in a new visualization of Earth’s atmosphere that’s based on an extremely high-resolution supercomputer simul
"08.09.2014 18:54:19" #MAVEN spacecraft arrives at the Red Planet in 13 days! Learn more here: http://go.nasa.gov/1xzkuD7 #JourneytoMars #cil #Mars
"27.08.2014 19:47:11" Experience Triton To create this new view of Neptune's largest moon, Triton, data visualizers used data from NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft as it collected our first views of this distant world in 1989. More: http://go.nasa.gov/1qLb9Pj
Triton is part of a family of 14
"21.08.2014 17:18:57" Converging Planets This week, Jupiter and Venus have fallen into a remarkably close cosmic alignment in what astronomers call a planetary conjunction. Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/1q2RsFh
A conjunction is when two celestial bodies are seen near each other in the sky
"19.08.2014 17:04:18" Solar Arcs This 500,000-mile-long filament was observed by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (@NASASunEarth) on June 3-4, 2014. http://go.nasa.gov/1vdfSh2 Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/1vdfSh2
"15.08.2014 16:51:45" The Three Percent - Freshwater seems abundant, but when accounting for all the water on Earth, it's in limited supply. Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/1pxlTEH
Just three percent of the water on our planet is freshwater. A majority of this water, abou
"11.08.2014 21:17:02" Sun Burst On May 27, 2014, NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, www.facebook.com/NASA.Little.SDO - captured a burst of superheated gas, called plasma, gushing from the sun. More: http://go.nasa.gov/1kXrPqH
Such eruptions happen frequently and result fro
"06.08.2014 18:20:07" svs.gsfc.nasa.gov NASA Visualization Explorer for the iPad - Story 'Marathon Bot' (#11592) NASA's Curiosity rover logs more than 25 miles on Mars.
Watch a VIDEO: http://go.nasa.gov/1qX6pMx
Curiosity has set a new off-world driving record. On July 27, 2014, its odometer passed the 25-mile mark, making it the farthest traveling rover to da
"31.07.2014 14:36:02" Triple Eruption On June 10-11, 2014, NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, spacecraft saw the sun unleash three giant solar flares within a period of 24 hours. Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/1kot55O
Solar flares are bursts of radiation that originate in the su
"30.07.2014 21:05:54" Seeing Inside a Storm This video takes you inside a 3D view of the first hurricane of 2014 - Hurricane Arthur - the areas of the storm with high rates of precipitation are colored orange and red, while low rates appear yellow and green. Learn More: http://go.nasa.gov/1qLF
"27.06.2014 13:59:56" The Gamma Ray Sky This animation shows gamma rays streaming from a collapsed star and the discovery of the source location by Fermi. More: http://go.nasa.gov/1pWlH1i
"17.06.2014 16:13:52" svs.gsfc.nasa.gov NASA Visualization Explorer for the iPad - Story 'Discover Mercury' (#11544) Explore views of the planet closest to the sun...
"12.06.2014 15:19:12" NASA Goes to the World Cup 2014 Happy World Cup Day! See all the participating #worldcup countries from NASA's perspective! Some amazing images of the 2014 #WorldCup countries from space!
"05.06.2014 14:17:03" Scientists are still researching—and debating—how large gaseous planets form. Check out this supercomputer simulation showing gas in a protoplanetary disk funneling into a protostar: http://1.usa.gov/1hBoDiS
"29.05.2014 19:27:56" Scientists discover the first Earth-sized planet in its star’s habitable zone.
Read and watch more here: http://1.usa.gov/1nHkHNd
"27.05.2014 15:07:24" Explore how light travels through the layers of the sun
The light that illuminates our planet is made deep inside the sun and takes some 40,000 years to travel through the sun’s layers. Particles of light form from atoms undergoing nuclear fusion i