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"01.12.2016 03:48:06" Spaceflight Acoustics: Research and Operations This is a summary of spaceflight operations and research and development needs in the areas of acoustics, noise control, environmental monitoring, and crew hearing conservation.
"30.11.2016 20:45:16" GPM Sees Deadly Tornadic Storms Moving Through U.S. Southeast The GPM core observatory satellite viewed a western portion of a line of violent weather when it flew over on Tuesday, Nov. 29 at 11:16 p.m. EST. The areas covered by GPM's Microwave Imager (GMI) and Dual-Frequency Precipitation Radar (DPR) instruments
"30.11.2016 20:31:09" NASA Animation Shows Hurricane Otto Over 5 Days A 5-day movie of NOAA's GOES-East satellite infrared and visible imagery of Hurricane Otto was created by the NASA/NOAA GOES Project at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. The animation runs from Nov. 20 to 25, 2016. Otto, the last
"29.11.2016 22:46:22" Biomechanics : Musculoskeletal Biomechanics is the study of the action of external and internal forces on the living body, especially on the skeletal system. This lecture provides an overview of a variety of space biomechanics and ergonomics research studies that deal with issues
"28.11.2016 16:38:07" IMERG Rainfall Totals From Otto From November 21-25, 2016 IMERG estimates show that Otto dropped the greatest amount of rain while it was forming and circling in the Caribbean. IMERG data indicates that over 365 mm (14.4 inches) in the Caribbean Sea north of Panama. Otto's heaviest
"28.11.2016 16:32:06" Satellite Animation Shows Landfall of Hurricane Otto in Nicaragua This animation of NOAA's GOES-East satellite imagery from Nov. 22 to Nov. 25 shows Hurricane Otto moving through the southwestern Caribbean Sea and making landfall in southern Nicaragua on Nov. 24. TRT: 00:37 Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project.
"22.11.2016 17:31:25" NASA Sees Tropical Storm Otto Develop GPM satellite rainfall data are shown overlaid on a visible and infrared image captured by the GOES-EAST satellite at 1915 UTC (2:15 PM EST) on Nov. 21. GPM detected rain falling at a rate of over 94 mm (3.7 inches) per hour. Some of these tall storms
"21.11.2016 15:48:59" How NASA Regional Economic Development helped an Ohio company "This sensor system is now impacting how people build bridges and building foundations across the nation."
--Paul Bartolotta, Senior Aerospace Engineer, NASA Glenn Research Center
Several years ago, a small manufacturer in Cleveland, OH wanted to
"18.11.2016 17:53:05" NASA Analyzes Heavy Rainfall over Hispaniola NASA's IMERG estimated totals for rainfall that fell over the Dominican Republic during the period from Nov. 8 to 15, 2016 and showed totals greater than 230 mm (9 inches) fell over the northeastern Dominican Republic during this period. Credit:
"16.11.2016 15:25:59" Rembrandt Valley FullHD 30fps MQ Animation of a 3-D perspective view of Mercury’s great valley, as seen in an image mosaic obtained by NASA’s MESSENGER spacecraft, extending from Mercury’s Rembrandt basin. The image mosaic transforms into a colorized digital elevation model created from
"14.11.2016 19:31:11" Early 2016 Winter Storm Melts Arctic Sea Ice Arctic sea ice grows during the winter months, reaching its largest extent sometime in March. When something disrupts the cold, dry, winter Arctic atmosphere, sea ice can feel the effects, and these impacts may linger through the season. At the end of
"14.11.2016 19:06:42" Shock Drift Acceleration (SDA) This video is a visualization of the Shock Drift Acceleration (SDA) mechanism.
Particle acceleration mechanisms are one of the more challenging questions in space physics. Hot plasmas are generally very simple to understand, but occasionally we detect
"14.11.2016 17:07:09" NASA Sees Fast-Developing Tropical Storm Tina This NASA animation of NOAA's GOES-West satellite imagery shows Tina's development from Nov. 12 to Nov. 14. Strongest thunderstorms are now northeast of the center while clouds surrounding the center are sparse. Credit: NASA/NOAA's GOES Project
"10.11.2016 19:18:39" Heavy Rain Seen in Tropical Depression Ma-on On Nov. 10, 2016, GPM's radar (Ku Band) found rain falling at a rate of over 198 millimeters (7.8 inches) per hour in an area east of the tropical depression's center. Storm tops of many convective storms were shown by GPM's Ku Band radar to reach heights
"07.11.2016 20:52:19" Microgravity and Cell Biology The lecture covers the rationale for cell based research in the space program, the coordinated role of physical forces in life processes, cellular responses to microgravity and environmental conditions created by microgravity that influence cell function.
"01.11.2016 13:27:12" Seventeen Seconds of Fuel Remained
"31.10.2016 19:08:02" Cardiovascular Overview of Cardiovascular research which addresses risks of space flight, including adaptive changes to the cephalad fluid shift (such as reduced circulating blood volume), potential for heart rhythm disturbances, reduction in cardiac mass, and changes
"27.10.2016 17:58:24" NASA Analyzes Tropical Cyclone Kyant Before its Demise The GPM core observatory satellite flew over tropical cyclone Kyant on Oct. 25 at 12:06 p.m. EDT. An area of violent storms was dropping rain at a rate of over 215 mm (8.5 inches) per hour (red). A few storm tops were found to reach heights above 20 km
"26.10.2016 16:17:34" A NASA 3-D Flyby of Hurricane Seymour This 3-D Flyby animation from data gathered by the GPM core observatory satellite is from its view of Hurricane Seymour on Oct. 25 at 7:46 am PDT (1646 UTC). GPM showed rain falling at the extreme rate (red) of almost 166 mm (6.6 inches) per hour in the
"25.10.2016 15:21:22" How to Read a NASA STEREO Image NASA’s STEREO mission observed a coronal mass ejection on July 23, 2012 – one of the fastest CMEs on record. The video uses STEREO imagery from this rare event to describe features to pay attention to when viewing STEREO data.
Video credit: NASA’s
"24.10.2016 18:55:57" NOAA's GOES-West Satellite Animation Shows Seymour's Start This animation of infrared and visible imagery from NOAA's GOES-West satellite from Oct. 21 to early on Oct. 24 shows the development of Tropical Depression 20 and explosive growth into Hurricane Seymour on Oct. 24. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"21.10.2016 16:16:21" NASA and Photonics: Making the Connection NASA is using photonics to solve some of the most pressing upcoming challenges in spaceflight, such as better data communications from space to Earth.
Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center/Amber Jacobson, producer
"21.10.2016 14:51:53" Extreme Rainfall in Typhoons Sarika, Haima Animation of the paths and estimated rainfall of typhoons Sarika and Haima, from NASA's Integrated Multi-satellite Retrievals for GPM (IMERG).
IMERG was used to estimate the extraordinary amount of rain brought by these typhoons to the Philippines during
"20.10.2016 20:20:05" Space Food and Nutrition This is an introduction to the Space Food System and Nutritional Biochemistry Laboratory. Topics cover food systems of programs past, present and future, and issues surrounding food systems and food safety. Additionally, nutritional biochemistry changes
"20.10.2016 15:53:49" Neuro/Sensorimotor This lecture provides an overview of the investigations of the effects of space flight on the human nervous system, with particular emphasis on posture and gait function, eye-head coordination, perception, space motion sickness and vestibular-autonomic
"20.10.2016 15:53:17" Human Risks of Space Flight Overview of the aspects and consideration for crew survivability and threats to health and performance during spaceflight activities.
"19.10.2016 17:02:10" GPM Sees Hurricane Matthew's Life Cycle Hurricane Matthew dropped a lot of rain, caused flooding and deaths in the state of North Carolina. Flooding is still widespread in North Carolina. Some rivers in North Carolina such as the Tar and the Neuse Rivers were still rising on Oct. 12, 2016.
"17.10.2016 19:00:26" Ultraviolet Mars Reveals Cloud Formation Images from MAVEN's Imaging UltraViolet Spectrograph were used to make this movie of rapid cloud formation on Mars on July 9-10, 2016. The ultraviolet colors of the planet have been rendered in false color, to show what we would see with
"17.10.2016 16:42:24" Heavy Rain and Towering Storms in Hurricane Nicole This flyby of Hurricane Nicole was created by GPM's Radar data. On Oct. 17, the GPM satellite estimated rainfall around the southern side of Nicole's eye falling at a rate of over 113 mm (4.4 inches) per hour. Powerful storms in Nicole's eye were reaching
"17.10.2016 14:41:40" Wayward Field Lines Challenge Solar Radiation Models This video compares the two models for particle distribution over the course of just three hours after an SEP event. The white line represents a magnetic field line, the general path that the SEPs follow. The line starts at an SEP event at the sun, and
"17.10.2016 13:51:34" Vickie Kloeris is #NASAProud NASA is known as a great place to work for several reasons. Hear real employees share their personal motivations and stories about why they are proud to work at NASA #NASAProud
"17.10.2016 12:29:47" Matthew Greenhouse is #NASAProud NASA is known as a great place to work for several reasons. Hear real employees share their personal motivations and stories about why they are proud to work at NASA #NASAProud
"13.10.2016 13:52:56" Gardening Rates on the Moon The narrow-angle camera (LROC NAC) aboard NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) has photographed a large percentage of the moon's surface multiple times. By looking for differences between earlier and later images, the LROC team has found over 200 new
"13.10.2016 13:12:31" Rainfall Totals From Matthew Over the Life of the Storm This animation shows the amount of rainfall dropped by Hurricane Matthew over the life and track of the storm/ IMERG real time data covering the period from Sept. 28 through Oct. 10, 2016 show rainfall from Hurricane Matthew before and after its
"12.10.2016 18:29:43" Hurricane Matthew's Path Tracked and Rainfall Totals Shown In this animation Hurricane Matthew travels up the east coast from Florida to the Carolinas. On October 8, 2016 Matthew (still a category 2 hurricane) dumps massive amounts of rain throughout the southeast dousing North and South Carolina. GPM then flies
"12.10.2016 18:27:56" Rainfall Totals Over Storm Life of Matthew This animation shows the amount of rainfall dropped by Hurricane Matthew over the life and track of the storm/ IMERG real time data covering the period from Sept. 28 through Oct. 10, 2016 show rainfall from Hurricane Matthew before and after its
"11.10.2016 14:38:56" Alex MacDonald on New Space Economy
"10.10.2016 20:37:41" Janine Captain is #NASAProud NASA is known as a great place to work for several reasons. Hear real employees share their personal motivations and stories about why they are proud to work at NASA #NASAProud
"07.10.2016 13:39:34" GPM Monitors Hurricane Matthew Nearing Florida This data visualization resumes where the visualization "GPM Captures Hurricane Matthew Over Haiti" leaves off. After dissolving away GPM's DPR and GPROF data over Haiti on October 3rd, 2016, we follow Matthew to October 4th as the eye makes landfall over
"07.10.2016 11:46:01" MinXSS CubeSat Brings New Information to Study of Solar Flares Along with the visible light and warmth constantly emitted by our sun comes a whole spectrum of X-ray and ultraviolet radiation that streams toward Earth. A new CubeSat – a miniature satellite that provides a low-cost platform for missions – is now in
"06.10.2016 19:04:49" NASA Calculates Matthew's Heavy Rains This image shows IMERG rainfall estimates for the period September 29 to October 5, 2016 for the northeastern Caribbean in association with the passage of Hurricane Matthew, which is indicated by the white line and corresponding storm symbols. Beginning
"06.10.2016 18:42:57" GPM Captures Hurricane Matthew Over Haiti This animation starts with an overview of North America, Central America, and the Caribbean. As the camera slowly pushes in, Hurricane Matthew begins to form. By the morning of October 2nd, 2016 Matthew is a Category 4 Hurricane immediately south of Haiti
"06.10.2016 14:20:14" Satellite Animation Shows Hurricane Matthew Moving Through Bahamas This animation of NOAA's GOES-East satellite imagery from Oct. 4 to Oct. 6 shows Hurricane Matthew making landfall on Oct. 4 in western Haiti and moving through the Bahamas on Oct. 6. TRT: 00:38. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"05.10.2016 16:47:28" Satellite Animation Shows Hurricane Matthew Moving Toward Bahamas This animation of NOAA's GOES-East satellite imagery from Oct. 3 to Oct. 5 shows Hurricane Matthew make landfall on Oct. 4 in western Haiti and move toward the Bahamas on Oct. 5. TRT: 00:38 Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"05.10.2016 12:35:34" NASA's SDO Watches Magnetic Arches Tower Over Sun's Surface Massive arches of solar material brighten and stream over an active region on the sun’s surface in this animation of imagery captured by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, on Sept. 29, 2016. Active regions are areas of particularly strong and
"05.10.2016 12:01:45" GPM Captures Hurricane Matthew Before Haiti Landfall This animation starts with an overview of North America, Central America, and the Caribbean. As the camera slowly pushes in, Hurricane Matthew begins to form. By the morning of Oct. 2, 2016, Matthew is a category 4 hurricane immediately south of Haiti and
"04.10.2016 14:20:52" Major Hurricane Matthew Makes Landfall This animation of NOAA's GOES-East satellite imagery from Oct. 2 to Oct. 4, 2016, shows Hurricane Matthew moving through the Caribbean Sea and making landfall on Oct. 4 over western Haiti.
Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"03.10.2016 16:31:46" Curt Niebur is #NASAProud NASA is known as a great place to work for several reasons. Hear real employees share their personal motivations and stories about why they are proud to work at NASA #NASAProud
"03.10.2016 15:15:31" NASA Goddard’s 48 Exploration and Space Communications Interns Describe their Projects In summer 2016, the Exploration and Space Communications division at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, hosted 48 interns from across the country. Their many projects made a valuable contribution to NASA’s missions. In this video,
"03.10.2016 15:12:39" NASA Provides a 3-D Look at Typhoon Chaba This 3-D flyby animation of Typhoon Chaba was created using data from NASA/JAXA's Global Precipitation Measurement mission or GPM core satellite. On Oct. 2, the GPM satellite saw some precipitation in the typhoon’s small eye wall, falling at a rate of
"03.10.2016 14:52:50" Satellite Movie Shows Major Hurricane Matthew Affecting Hispaniola This animation of NOAA's GOES-East satellite imagery from Sept. 30 to Oct. 3 shows Matthew become a major hurricane in the Caribbean Sea. Matthew reached Category 5 status late on Oct. 1 and dropped to Category 4 status the next day. By Oct. 3 Matthew was
"30.09.2016 15:46:27" Matthew Becomes a Hurricane in Caribbean This animation of NOAA's GOES-East satellite imagery from Sept. 27 to Sept. 30, 2016, shows Tropical Storm Matthew move into the Caribbean Sea where it became a hurricane.
Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"29.09.2016 17:16:26" GPM Provides a Closer Look at the Louisiana Floods Twice on Aug. 12, 2016, GPM flew over a massive rainstorm that flooded large portions of Louisiana. The flooding was some of the worst ever in the state, resulting in a state of emergency. Tens of thousands of people were evacuated from their homes in the
"28.09.2016 18:24:12" A 3-D Look at the Rain in Developing Tropical Storm Matthew GPM captured an image of the wave on Sept. 27 at 4:41 p.m. EDT as it was approaching the Windward Isles. The data showed rain rates derived from GPM's GMI microwave imager (outer swath) and dual-frequency precipitation radar or DPR (inner swath) overlaid
"28.09.2016 15:46:19" NASA Gets a 3-D Look at Super Typhoon Megi The GPM core satellite observed Super Typhoon Megi on Sept. 26 and saw some tall storm tops spiraling around the typhoon were above 15 km (9.3 miles). Rain was falling at a rate of over 250 mm (9.8 inches) per hour in the western side of Megi's eye wall.
"28.09.2016 14:45:04" NASA's 3-D Animation of Tropical Storm Ulika from Space An animated 3-D flyby of Tropical Storm Ulika using GPM's Radar data showed some strong convective storms inside the tropical storm were dropping precipitation at a rate of over 187 mm (7.4 inches) per hour. A GPM radar slice through the center of
"27.09.2016 12:40:14" Mamta Nagaraja is #NASAProud NASA is known as a great place to work for several reasons. Hear real employees share their personal motivations and stories about why they are proud to work at NASA #NASAProud
"27.09.2016 12:40:02" Mark Dodd is #NASAProud NASA is known as a great place to work for several reasons. Hear real employees share their personal motivations and stories about why they are proud to work at NASA #NASAProud
"26.09.2016 16:23:42" A 3-D Flyby of Karl Sees Heavy Rain This flyby animation from NASA/JAXA's GPM satellite on Sept. 24 at 1156 UTC (7:56 a.m. EDT) GPM found heavy rainfall at 299 mm (11.8 inches) per hour north of Karl's center where storm tops reached heights above 16 km (9.9 mph), GPM showed that there was
"22.09.2016 04:19:10" SUPERball Bot prototype using a locomotion algorithm SUPERball Bot learned 6 flops
"22.09.2016 04:14:07" Human Exploration Telerobotics 2 (HET2) SUPERball Bot Task NIAC Mission concept
"21.09.2016 14:33:23" Installation of Space Tech’s “Radiator” Just like cars use radiators to keep cool, spacecraft must also be protected from fluctuating temperatures, especially when orbiting the moon. We're testing the next generation of thermal control technologies on the International Space Station. Our phase
"20.09.2016 15:48:30" NASA Sees Typhoon Malakas Battering Southern Japan In this 3-D flyby of GPM's radar data, when the GPM core satellite passed over Malakas at 0046 UTC on Sept. 19 (8:46 p.m. EDT on Sept. 18) the typhoon was starting to cause light to moderate rainfall over Japan's southern island of Kyushu. Credit:
"20.09.2016 14:42:34" NASA Gives Post-Tropical Cyclone a 3-D CAT Scan The GPM core observatory satellite flew over Orlene on Sept. 15 at 2:01 p.m. EDT. GPM showed an area of heavy downpours the center of Orlene's center of circulation. Radar reflectivity values greater than 40dBZ are shown near the hurricane's center
"19.09.2016 12:32:41" Noah Petro is #NASAProud NASA is known as a great place to work for several reasons. Hear real employees share their personal motivations and stories about why they are proud to work at NASA #NASAProud
"19.09.2016 12:32:20" Erin Betts is #NASAProud NASA is known as a great place to work for several reasons. Hear real employees share their personal motivations and stories about why they are proud to work at NASA #NASAProud
"16.09.2016 13:20:12" The GPM Satellite Finds Julia's Heaviest Rainfall Over the Atlantic On Sept. 14 at 9:36 p.m. EDT the GPM satellite measured Julia's rainfall. In this 3-D flyby animation, GPM found that intense storms in an off shore rain band was producing very heavy downpour at a rate of over 9 inches (229 mm) per hour in some storms
"15.09.2016 19:09:11" A Strange Thing Happened in the Stratosphere What would cause a wind pattern that held for at least 60 years to suddenly change? NASA scientists are working to understand the recent quirky behavior of winds in Earth’s stratosphere.
Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center; Kayvon Sharghi,
"15.09.2016 17:20:49" Sea Ice Minimum 2016 This animation shows the evolution of the Arctic sea ice cover from its wintertime maximum extent, which was reached on Mar. 24, 2016, and was the lowest on record for the second year in a row, to its apparent yearly minimum, which occurred on Sept. 10,
"15.09.2016 13:03:11" Morgan Abney is #NASAProud NASA is known as a great place to work for several reasons. Hear real employees share their personal motivations and stories about why they are proud to work at NASA #NASAProud
"14.09.2016 16:24:46" Asteroid Redirect Mission Robotic Trajectory and Crew Operations This concept animation opens with a rendering of the mission's spacecraft trajectory, rendezvous, and approach to asteroid 2008 EV5. Although the mission's target asteroid won't officially be selected until a year before the robotic spacecraft is
"14.09.2016 14:35:24" NASA Sees Tropical Storm Malakas in 3-D This animated 3-D flyby of Tropical Storm Malakas was created by radar data from the GPM core satellite. On Sept. 13 at 0111 UTC GPM's instruments showed that Malakas contained exceptionally heavy rainfall at a rate of over 299 mm (11.8 inches) in the
"14.09.2016 14:17:23" Satellite Movie Shows Development of Tropical Storm Julia This animation of NOAA's GOES-East satellite imagery from Sept. 12 to Sept. 14 shows the development of Tropical Storm Julia over Florida and movement into Georgia. TRT 00:22 Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"13.09.2016 18:39:48" GOES-East Video of Tropical Storm Ian This animation of GOES-East satellite imagery from Sept. 10 to 13 shows the development of Tropical Storm Ian in the Central Atlantic Ocean (lower right). Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"08.09.2016 14:36:37" A 3-D Look at Post-Tropical Cyclone Hermine This 3-D flyby animation of GPM imagery shows Post-Tropical Storm Hermine on Sept. 6. Rain was falling at a rate of over 1.1 inches (27 mm) per hour between the Atlantic coast and Hermine's center of circulation. Cloud tops on Hermine's eastern side were
"07.09.2016 14:48:15" Charles Ichoku Maniac Lecture, July 25, 2016 NASA climate scientist Charles Ichoku presented a Maniac lecture entitled, "Reminiscences of a scientist's journey from Nawfia to NASA." Born in a small town in Nigeria, Charles traced his captivating journey to NASA, which was full of surprises, and
"06.09.2016 18:40:39" Satellite Sees Post-Tropical Cyclone Hermine Linger Over Northeastern U.S. This animation of NOAA's GOES-East satellite imagery from September 4 to September 6 shows Post-Tropical Cyclone Hermine lingering south of Long Island, New York.
Super(s): Courtesy: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"06.09.2016 16:30:29" GOES-West Movie of Hurricane Newton This animation of infrared and visible images from NOAA's GOES-West satellite shows the development and movement of Hurricane Newton from Sept. 4 through Sept. 6 at 10 a.m. EDT (1400 UTC) toward Baja California, Mexico. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"04.09.2016 13:57:26" GOES-East Video of Hermine's Progression This animation of Hermine from NOAA's GOES-East satellite shows the progression of the storm from Sept. 12 at 8:45 a.m. EDT (1245 UTC) to Sept. 4 at 8:55 a.m. EDT (12:55 UTC) off the coast of the U.S. Mid-Atlantic. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"02.09.2016 18:25:36" Satellite Tracks Tropical Storm Madeline and Hurricane Lester This animation of NOAA's GOES-West satellite imagery from August 30 to September 2 shows Tropical Storm Madeline move past Hawaii and weaken to a depression and Hurricane Lester approaching the Hawaiian Islands. TRT: 00:34 Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"02.09.2016 14:17:14" Hermine's Landfall and Movement This animation of NOAA's GOES-East satellite imagery from Aug. 31 to Sept. 2 shows the movement and landfall of Hurricane Hermine in Florida's Big Bend. TRT: 00:37 Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"01.09.2016 13:32:51" GPM Sees Powerful Storms in Tropical Storm Hermine This is a 3-D animated flyby of Tropical Storm Hermine created using radar data from the GPM core satellite. On Aug. 31 at 4 p.m. EDT GPM found rainfall occurring at a rate of over 9.9 inches (251 mm) per hour in very powerful storms southwest of
"31.08.2016 19:16:11" Satellite Tracks Hurricanes Madeline and Lester in the Pacific This animation of NOAA's GOES-West satellite imagery from August 29 to August 31 shows the movement of Hurricane Madeline approaching Hawaii in the Central Pacific Ocean and Hurricane Lester in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. TRT: 00:34 Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES
"31.08.2016 14:36:46" Florence Tan Maniac Lecture, April 13, 2016 "My journey from Malaysia to NASA Goddard Space Flight Center working on planetary mass spectrometers has been challenging, frustrating, exciting, and rewarding. I parlayed an undergrad internship into a career at Goddard. I learned to work and to
"31.08.2016 13:41:05" GPM 3D Flyby of Hurricane Lester This 3-D flyby of Lester was created using GPM's Radar data. NASA/JAXA's GPM core observatory satellite flew over Hurricane Lester on August 29, 2016 at 7:21 p.m. EDT. Rain was measured by GPM's radar (DPR) falling at a rate of greater than 7.1 inches
"30.08.2016 13:41:56" Satellite Tracks Double Eastern Pacific Hurricanes This animation of NOAA's GOES-West satellite imagery from Aug. 27 to Aug. 30, 2016, shows the movement of Category 4 Hurricane Madeline approaching Hawaii in the Central Pacific Ocean and Category 3 Hurricane Lester in the Eastern Pacific Ocean.
"30.08.2016 13:40:57" Satellite Tracks 2 Tropical Depressions Near Southeastern U.S. This animation of NOAA's GOES-East satellite imagery from August 28 to August 30 shows the movement of Tropical Depression 8 near the Carolinas, and Tropical Depression 9 over Cuba.
TRT: 00:49 Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"29.08.2016 17:01:47" GPM Satellite Sees Tropical Depression 9 Dropping Heavy Rainfall On Aug. 29 at 2:56 a.m. EDT GPM showed that precipitation was intense in convective storms in Tropical Depression 9 over the western side of Cuba. GPM revealed that some showers were coming down at a rate of greater than 7.6 inches (193.514 mm) per hour.
"29.08.2016 14:30:15" NASA Finds Heavy Rainfall in Tropical Depression 8's Center The core of newborn Tropical Depression 8 contained heavy rainfall. On Aug. 28, 2016 at 11 a.m. EDT GPM saw rainfall rates over 4.9 inches (124.8 mm) per hour in a few storms in the center of Tropical Depression 8. GPM also found few storm tops were
"26.08.2016 14:24:56" GPM 3D Flyby Video of Lester On Aug. 25, GPM found rain was falling at a rate of over 54 mm (2.1 inches) per hour in rain bands east of Lester's center. Cloud top heights were reaching about 12km (7.4 miles) in the tallest storms. Credit: NASA/JAXA, Hal Pierce
"26.08.2016 13:21:12" Taraji P. Henson Salutes Katherine Johnson Actress Taraji P. Henson, who plays NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson in the film "Hidden Figures" describes some key numbers in Johnson's life.
"26.08.2016 13:20:46" Space Station Birthday Greetings to Katherine Johnson NASA astronaut Kate Rubins offers NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson birthday greetings from the International Space Station. Johnson's life is the subject of the film "Hidden Figures".
"25.08.2016 20:04:01" NASA's Orion Spacecraft Undergoes Water Landing Test On August 25, 2016, the Orion spacecraft underwent a water drop test at the Hydro Impact Basin at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia. Join host Eric Gillard, of NASA Langley, and guest Mark Baldwin, of Lockheed Martin, for this exciting
"25.08.2016 19:49:57" GPM 3D Flyby of Hurricane Gaston On Aug. 25 GPM saw heavy rain with rates of around 50 mm/hr (~2 inches/hr shown in dark red) near the center. Most of the rain (red, green and blue areas, indicating heavy, moderate and light rain, respectively) was located north and east of the low-level
"25.08.2016 19:41:23" GPM 3D Flyby of Tropical Disturbance 99L On Aug. 25 at 3:16 a.m. EDT the GPM core satellite showed that some extremely powerful thunderstorms northeast of the Dominican Republic were dropping rain at a rate of almost 248 mm (9.8 inches) per hour where storms were reaching altitudes above 16 km
"25.08.2016 19:36:10" GPM 3D Flyby of Typhoon Lionrock NASA/JAXA's GPM core satellite saw very heavy precipitation occurring just southeast of Typhoon Lionrock's eye and intense rainfall within feeder bands. Tall thunderstorm towers in the eye wall were reaching heights almost 17 km (10.5 miles).
"25.08.2016 15:58:03" GPM 3D Video Flyby of Typhoon Lionrock NASA/JAXA's GPM core satellite saw very heavy precipitation occurring just southeast of Typhoon Lionrock's eye and intense rainfall within feeder bands. Tall thunderstorm towers in the eye wall were reaching heights almost 17 km (10.5 miles). Credit:
"25.08.2016 15:36:33" GPM 3D Flyby of Tropical Disturbance 99L On Aug. 25 at 3:16 a.m. EDT the GPM core satellite showed that some extremely powerful thunderstorms northeast of the Dominican Republic were dropping rain at a rate of almost 248 mm (9.8 inches) per hour where storms were reaching altitudes above 16 km
"24.08.2016 13:28:53" GPM Video Flyby in 3D of Tropical Storm Gaston On Aug. 22 GPM provided a 3-D look at Tropical Storm Gaston's heaviest precipitation well to the southwest of the center of circulation. Credit: NASA/JAXA, Hal Pierce
"19.08.2016 16:34:58" Arctic Sea Ice from March to August 2016 In this animation, the daily Arctic sea ice and seasonal land cover change progress through time, from the prior sea ice maximum March 24, 2016, through Aug. 13, 2016. The Arctic sea ice cover likely won’t reach its yearly minimum extent until mid-to-late
"17.08.2016 16:41:37" GPM Video of Tropical Depression 6 over the North Atlantic The GPM core satellite passed over the depression as it was forming on Aug. 16 at 4:31 p.m. EDT and found rainfall south of the center was falling at a rate of over 155 mm (6.1 inches) per hour and some tall storms reached heights of over 15 km (9.3
"15.08.2016 19:22:12" NASA Analyzes Deadly Louisiana Flooding NASA's IMERG data from Aug. 8 to Aug. 15, 2016 showed over 20 inches (508 mm) of rainfall was estimated in large areas of southeastern Louisiana and extreme southern Mississippi. Even greater rainfall totals of 30 inches (762 mm) were indicated in a small
"05.08.2016 17:59:50" NASA’s new High Dynamic Camera Records Rocket Test This is footage of Orbital ATK’s QM-2 solid rocket booster test taken by NASA’s High Dynamic Range Stereo X (HiDyRS-X) camera. HiDyRS-X records high speed, high dynamic range footage in multiple exposures simultaneously for use in analyzing rocket engine
"05.08.2016 17:55:26" IRIS Spots Plasma Rain on Sun’s Surface On July 24, 2016, NASA’s Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph, or IRIS, captured a mid-level solar flare: a sudden flash of bright light on the solar limb – the horizon of the sun – as seen at the beginning of this video. Solar flares are powerful
"05.08.2016 15:56:39" Space Coffee Cup: Capillary Flow Driven Fluids in Space Interested in learning more about how fluids react in Space? In this video, Professor Mark Weislogel, and Dr. Marshall Porterfield will discuss the Space Coffee Cup and Capillary Flow Driven Fluids in space.
"04.08.2016 17:03:30" Landfall of Hurricane Earl in Belize This animation for NOAA's GOES-East satellite imagery shows the movement and strengthening of Earl from August 2 to August 4 through the Caribbean Sea to landfall in Belize.
Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"03.08.2016 20:12:17" NASA Astronaut Kate Rubins Talks About Microbes For more information about Kate's microbiome research, visit http://www.nasa.gov/feature/nasa-releases-microbiomics-the-living-world-in-and-on-you-video
"03.08.2016 18:49:28" NASA's GPM Sees Towering Thunderstorms in Intensifying Tropical Storm Earl The Global Precipitation Measurement mission, or GPM, core observatory satellite passed over intensifying tropical storm Earl in the Caribbean Sea northeast of Honduras on Aug. 2, 2016 at 11:56 p.m. EDT. GPM found powerful storms around Earl's forming eye
"03.08.2016 18:00:45" (Video 8 of 8) Omics: Advancing Personalized Medicine from Space to Earth NASA’s Human Research Program (HRP) is releasing the video “Omics: Advancing Personalized Medicine from Space to Earth”, to highlight its Twins Study, coinciding with National Twins Days. This is the last video in a series of eight which explores space
"01.08.2016 19:56:44" Hubble Traveling Exhibit Hubble's "New Views of the Universe" traveling exhibit immerses visitors in the magnificence and mystery of the Hubble mission and introduces the James Webb Space Telescope.
For more information,
"27.07.2016 17:11:36" NASA's IMERG Shows Darby's Rainfall Over The Hawaiian Islands Estimates of rainfall accompanying Tropical Storm Darby were produced using NASA's Integrated Multi-satellitE Retrievals for GPM (IMERG) data. GPM is the Global Precipitation Measurement mission core satellite, a joint mission between NASA and the Japan
"26.07.2016 19:11:20" (Video 7 of 8) Microbiomics: The Living World In and On You NASA’s Human Research Program (HRP) is releasing a video titled “Microbiomics: The Living World In and On You” to highlight microbial research on the International Space Station. HRP’s Twins Study uses omics to study Scott and Mark Kelly’s microbiome,
"25.07.2016 18:18:57" A GPM Satellite Flyover of Tropical Storm Darby The animated flyby from NASA's GPM satellite shows Tropical Storm Darby in 3-D on July 23. GPM saw a line of intense storms in Darby, located southeast of the big island of Hawaii was dropping rain at a rate of over 136 mm (5.4 inches) per hour and storm
"22.07.2016 18:52:14" NASA’s SDO Watches Bursts of Solar Material Solar material repeatedly bursts from the sun in this close-up captured on July 9-10, 2016, by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO. The sun is composed of plasma, a gas in which the negative electrons move freely around the positive ions, forming a
"22.07.2016 17:40:09" NASA's GPM Observes Newly Formed Tropical Storm Georgette On July 22, NASA/JAXA's GPM found extremely heavy rain (red) falling at a rate of over 224 mm (8.8 inches) per hour and cloud top heights over 14 km (8.7 miles) high in storms south of Georgette's center. Credit: NASA/JAXA/SSAI, Hal Pierce
"22.07.2016 14:07:22" NASA Spots "Hot Towers" in Intensifying Tropical Storm Frank "Hot towers" (orange) were visible in this animated flyby of data from the Global Precipitation Measurement mission or GPM satellite. On July 21, the GPM Core satellite measured rainfall rates of over 184 mm (7.2 inches) per hour in cloud heights over 16
"21.07.2016 15:37:08" GPM Sees Heavy Rainfall in Estelle This flyby animation uses data from the Global Precipitation Measurement or GPM core satellite as it flew over Tropical Storm Estelle in the Eatern Pacific Ocean. measured rain falling at a rate of over 65 mm (2.6 inches) per hour and some storm top
"20.07.2016 13:35:15" NASA Looks at Tropical Cyclone Abela in 3-D On July 18, the Global Precipitation Measurement mission or GPM core observatory satellite measured some cloud tops were reaching heights of over 13.6 km (8.4 miles). Rainfall rates were as high as 60 millimeters (2.3 inches) per hour (in red). Credit:
"14.07.2016 17:59:34" New Horizons: Imagining a Landing on Pluto Imagine a future spacecraft following New Horizons’ trailblazing path to Pluto, but instead of flying past its target, the next visitor touches down in the midst of tall mountains on the icy plains of Pluto’s heart.
There’s no need to wait for that
"14.07.2016 16:58:22" GPM Sees Heaviest Rainfall Pushed North of Celia's Center GPM found that convective storms were mainly located to the north and northeast of the Celia's center of circulation where rain was falling at over 164 mm (6.4 inches) per hour. A few cloud tops in the most powerful storms reached altitudes of over 11 km
"12.07.2016 14:33:49" Typhoon Nepartak Drops Almost 20 Inches of Rain NASA's IMERG calculated rainfall from Nepartak from July 3 through 10, 2016. The typhoon dropped over 500 mm (19.7 inches) in some areas. Even greater rainfall totals were calculated in areas of China and southern Japan that were not directly affected by
"11.07.2016 18:07:53" NASA Camera Catches Moon 'Photobombing' Earth On July 5, 2016, the moon passed between NOAA's DSCOVR satellite and Earth. NASA's EPIC camera aboard DSCOVR snapped these images over a period of about four hours. In this set, the far side of the moon, which is never seen from Earth, passes by. In the
"11.07.2016 15:53:34" GOES-West Video of Tropical Storm Blas This animation of visible and infrared imagery from NOAA's GOES-West satellite from July 9 to July 11 shows Tropical Storm Blas weakening to a remnant (left) followed by a strengthening Tropical Cyclone Celia. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project TRT: 00:34
"06.07.2016 16:44:17" 2016 Women of Nasa_Kennedy Space Center_Gail Villanueva
"06.07.2016 15:51:14" Rapidly Intensifying Typhoon Examined By NASA's GPM The GPM core observatory satellite flew above Nepartak on July 4 at 2151 UTC (5:51 p.m. EDT). GPM identified very tall thunderstorm towers near the center of the intensifying tropical storm. These tall thunderstorms called "hot towers" were found to reach
"30.06.2016 17:08:48" Hubble Tracks Bright Auroras on Jupiter This composite video illustrates the auroras on Jupiter relative to their position on the giant planet.
As on Earth, auroras are produced by the interaction of a planet's magnetic field with its atmosphere. The Jupiter auroras observed by NASA's Hubble
"30.06.2016 12:07:15" iTECH – Science Mission Directorate Technology Overview On June 2, 2016, NASA’s Office of the Chief Technologist hosted the Showcase of Innovation Challenges in Washington to present and discuss ideas for innovation across the agency, the government, industry and the public.
Mike Seablom, senior executive for
"30.06.2016 12:06:54" Showcase of Innovation: Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate On June 2, 2016, NASA’s Office of the Chief Technologist hosted the Showcase of Innovation Challenges in Washington to present and discuss ideas for innovation across the agency, the government, industry and the public.
Jason Crusan of the Human
"30.06.2016 12:06:39" NASA’s Chief Scientist Discusses NASA’s Current and Future Science Missions On June 2, 2016, NASA’s Office of the Chief Technologist hosted the Showcase of Innovation Challenges in Washington to present and discuss ideas for innovation across the agency, the government, industry and the public.
NASA’s Chief Scientist Ellen Stofan
"30.06.2016 12:05:58" Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate Innovation & Challenges On June 2, 2016, NASA’s Office of the Chief Technologist hosted the Showcase of Innovation Challenges in Washington to present and discuss ideas for innovation across the agency, the government, industry and the public.
Doug Rohn, director of the
"30.06.2016 12:05:44" Innovation: Making the Impossible an Option On June 2, 2016, NASA’s Office of the Chief Technologist hosted the Showcase of Innovation Challenges in Washington to present and discuss ideas for innovation across the agency, the government, industry and the public.
NASA Chief Technologist David
"29.06.2016 18:38:50" NASA Sees Heavy Rain in Arabian Sea Tropical Cyclone On June 29, GPM showed Tropical Cyclone 02A had a few powerful convective thunderstorms southwest of the center of circulation were dropping rain at the extreme rate of over 209 mm (8.2 inches) per hour. Credit: NASA/JAXA/SSAI, Hal Pierce
"28.06.2016 19:25:21" Crucial Booster Test Fires Up in Utah A booster for the most powerful rocket in the world, NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS), successfully fired up Tuesday for its second qualification ground test at Orbital ATK's test facilities in Promontory, Utah. This was the last full-scale test for the
"27.06.2016 17:03:59" NASA's IMERG Measures Deadly West Virginia Flooding Rainfall The IMERG analysis from June 20 through 26, 2016 showed that extreme rainfall occasionally occurred from Illinois through North Carolina. Large areas of from Illinois, Indiana and West Virginia were estimated to have received rainfall totals of 320
"27.06.2016 13:15:16" Solar Material Twists on Sun’s Surface Solar material twists above the sun’s surface in this close-up captured by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory on June 7-8, 2016, showcasing the turbulence caused by combative magnetic forces on the sun. This spinning cloud of solar material is part of a
"23.06.2016 16:08:30" Saffire-I Experiment Burns in Space Our first spacecraft fire safety test is complete! Understanding how fire spreads in a microgravity environment is critical to the safety of astronauts who are on the #JourneyToMars.
"22.06.2016 12:54:26" A 3-D Rainfall Flyby of Tropical Storm Danielle Over Mexico This flyby animation of 3-D data from NASA/JAXA's Global Precipitation Measurement mission or GPM satellite looks at the rainfall occurring in fading Tropical Storm Danielle over Mexico. On June 21, 2016 at 0421 UTC (12:21 a.m. EDT) rain was falling at a
"21.06.2016 15:03:06" NASA/JAXA's GPM Core Satellite Sees Heavy Rainfall as Danielle Forms On June 19, NASA and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's Global Precipitation Measurement or GPM core satellite showed intense showers falling at a rate of over 87 mm (3.4 inches) per hour in thunderstorms along the southern Gulf of Mexico coast
"20.06.2016 16:07:55" GOES Movie of Tropical Storm Danielle This animation NOAA's GOES-East satellite imagery from June 18 to 20 shows the development and movement Tropical Storm Danielle from the western Caribbean Sea into the Bay of Campeche/Gulf of Mexico. TRT: 00:36 Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"17.06.2016 12:34:42" Accelerating to New Aviation Horizons NASA has a 10-year plan to accelerate aviation research that includes the design, build and flight of a series of piloted X-planes -- experimental aircraft -- which will test advanced technologies to their full capabilities and help make aviation more
"16.06.2016 14:53:16" Glaciers on Pluto Pluto is cold; the average surface temperature is just forty degrees Celsius above absolute zero. So how is there glacial activity on the distant body?
On Earth, glaciers form when enough snow builds up year after year to become ice. The compression of
"13.06.2016 12:43:12" NASA Auralization Tool Reveals Aircraft Noise Differences How can we *know* that a future aircraft will be less noisy than the ones we fly in today? NASA builds computer-based tools to predict those things, with certainty. This video is an "auralization" -- a visual representation of a complex set of noise data
"09.06.2016 19:53:17" CoECI / NTL Overview - Innovation Case Study Center of Excellence for Collaborative Innovation's NASA Tournament Lab Overview - Innovation Case Study
"09.06.2016 15:21:31" IMERG Analysis of the Rainfall from Colin This IMERG analysis over June 6 to 8 indicates that Colin's heaviest precipitation occurred over central Florida. Extreme rainfall amounts of over 280 mm (11 inches) were measured during this period where tropical Storm Colin formed in the Gulf of Mexico.
"06.06.2016 12:37:47" Remnants of Post-Tropical Storm Bonnie This animation NOAA's GOES-East satellite imagery from June 4 to 5 shows the movement of and demise of former Tropical Storm Bonnie as Tropical Storm Colin formed in the western Caribbean Sea.
Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"02.06.2016 19:44:07" NASA's IMERG Adds Up a Week of Soaking Rainfall in Texas An estimate of rainfall totals from May 27, 2016 to June 2, 2016 was made using data from NASA's Integrated Multi-satellitE Retrievals for GPM (IMERG). During this period rainfall totals in parts of southeastern Texas were estimated by IMERG to be over
"02.06.2016 19:14:41" NASA Meteor Cam Video of June 2, 2016 Arizona Fireball Video obtained from the NASA meteor camera situated at the MMT Observatory on the site of the Fred Lawrence Whipple Observatory, located on Mount Hopkins, Arizona, in the Santa Rita Mountains. Credits: NASA/MEO
"02.06.2016 19:14:36" Sedona Red Rock Cam footage of fireball on June 2, 2016 This footage from the Sedona Red Rock Cam (part of the EarthCam network) shows how brightly the ground was illuminated during the fireball, which entered the atmosphere over Arizona shortly before 4 a.m. MST on June 2, 2016.
Credits: Sedona Red Rock
"02.06.2016 19:14:31" Animation of Orbit and Approach of June 2, 2016 Arizona Fireball This animation shows the orbit of the June 2, 2016 Arizona fireball and the view from its perspective as it approaches Earth. Credits: NASA/MEO
"02.06.2016 15:57:31" Satellite Movie Sees Bonnie's Remnants Over North Carolina This animation NOAA's GOES-East satellite imagery from May 31 to June 2 shows the movement of Tropical Depression Bonnie from South to North Carolina. TRT: 00:31 Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"31.05.2016 14:53:09" Demolition of Building 41 at JSC
"28.05.2016 16:52:35" NASA Analyzes Rainfall in Strengthening Tropical Depression 2 As Tropical Depression 2 continued to organize and strengthen late on May 27, the GPM core satellite saw Tropical Depression 2 rain falling at a rate of over 57 mm (1.3 inches) per hour in an area north of the center. GPM also saw some storm top heights
"27.05.2016 14:20:18" New Horizons' Extreme Close-Up of Pluto’s Surface (no audio) This is the most detailed view of Pluto’s terrain you’ll see for a very long time. This mosaic strip – extending across the hemisphere that faced the New Horizons spacecraft as it flew past Pluto on July 14, 2015 – now includes all of the
"25.05.2016 17:48:46" (Video 6 of 8) Metabolomics: You Are What You Eat NASA’s Human Research Program releases “Metabolomics: You Are What You Eat” video to highlight its Twins Study which uses omics to study Mark and Scott Kelly’s metabolites. Omics is an evolving field integrating collections of measurements, biomolecules
"20.05.2016 17:11:11" Two CubeSats Deployed from the International Space Station This movie of a CubeSat deployment from the International Space Station shows a compilation of photos taken by astronauts on May 16, 2016. The bottom-most CubeSat is the NASA-funded MinXSS CubeSat, built by the University of Colorado in Boulder. MinXSS
"18.05.2016 21:52:44" GPM Flyby of System 91B/01B in Bay of Bengal This GPM flyby video is of the system that has been responsible for dumping heavy rains in and around Sri Lanka and southern Indian over the past few days. System 91B tried to organize itself in the southeastern Bay of Bengal. This set the stage for two
"18.05.2016 16:41:46" Zoomed-In View of Mercury Transit from IRIS On May 9, 2016, a NASA solar telescope called the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph, or IRIS, observed Mercury crossing in front of the sun – an astronomical phenomenon known as a Mercury transit. The movie shows a composite of the IRIS imagery, in
"11.05.2016 14:10:48" Women @ NASA - Sarah Noble Sarah Noble grew up in rural Minnesota, where from a very young age she was fascinated with space exploration, staring up at the moon and making plans to visit it one day. She started college as an aerospace engineering major, because it was the only
"10.05.2016 15:33:58" Fire, Ice, and Safer Skies: NASA Satellites Track Volcanic Clouds Volcanic ash can damage aircraft and disrupt air traffic. Agencies around the world track volcanic clouds and issue alerts to the aviation community. Now data from NASA earth-observing satellites is improving the ability to detect and forecast the
"10.05.2016 14:28:55" Nuclear Thermal Propulsion (NTP) NASA's history with nuclear thermal propulsion (NTP) technology goes back to the earliest days of the Agency. The Manned Lunar Rover Vehicle and the Nuclear Engine for Rocket Vehicle Applications programs ran from soon after NASA's inception in 1958 until
"06.05.2016 19:35:23" The Stunning Highs and Lows of Mercury Data from NASA’s MESSENGER mission have been used to create this animation of the first global digital elevation model (DEM) of Mercury, revealing in stunning detail the topography across the entire innermost planet and paving the way for scientists to
"04.05.2016 14:49:29" CYGNSS: Damen Provost Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System University Project Manager, University of Michigan.
"03.05.2016 19:06:52" Women @ NASA - Mai Lee Chang Mai Lee Chang is an engineer at NASA's Johnson Space Center.
"03.05.2016 15:02:11" View of 2006 Mercury Transit ESA/NASA's Solar and Heliospheric Observatory watched Mercury move across the face of the sun during the most recent Mercury transit on Nov. 9, 2006, as shown in this movie. SOHO will also view the transit on May 9, 2016.
"03.05.2016 15:01:53" 2016 Mercury Transit Path The Mercury transit will occur between about 7:12 a.m. and 2:42 p.m. EDT on May 9, 2016.
"03.05.2016 12:50:18" Glowing Solar Material Arches Up and Out An elongated, streaming arch of solar material rose up at the sun’s edge before breaking apart in this animation of imagery captured by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory on April 28, 2016. While some of the solar material fell back into the sun, the
"02.05.2016 20:40:45" IMERG Rainfall Totals for the Middle of the U.S. Rain that fell from April 25 to May 2, 2016 is shown here. The locations of some of the tornadoes that hit this area over the past seven days are shown overlaid in white on this IMERG rainfall analysis. Very high rainfall totals (light purple) were found
"02.05.2016 16:19:49" Inner Planets What do Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars all have in common? They’re all part of the solar system we call the inner planets – the planets closest to the sun inside the asteroid belt.
"02.05.2016 16:19:49" Stars, Sun, Asteroids and Comets How important is our sun really? Important enough that its actions are responsible for space weather, allows our planet to maintain life, heck we named our neighborhood for it! Yet it is only one of billions of stars in our universe and NASA studies not
"02.05.2016 16:19:49" Our Solar Neighborhood In this series, you will learn more about our place in the universe and how our little group of planets, asteroids, moons, comets, and other components of our solar system came to exist.
"02.05.2016 16:19:49" Introducing the Solar System and Beyond: Kids Edition We have an amazing collection of videos straight from NASA that focus on our solar system and the instruments that NASA uses to study our tiny corner of the universe.
YouTube Kids App for iOS: https://goo.gl/hpyHyv
YouTube Kids App for Android:
"02.05.2016 16:19:49" Closing Now that you’ve had the chance to learn a little more about our little area of the universe, take advantage of all of the other education resources that are available through NASA’s website.
"02.05.2016 16:19:48" Outer Planets Did you know that through NASA’s various satellite missions we have learned more about these planetary bodies in recent years than we knew collectively since we started to study our planets? Through advances in technology, we have the most details videos
"02.05.2016 16:19:19" Satellites and Telescopes The Milky Way Galaxy is only one of billions of galaxies in the universe. NASA observes these collections of stars and their individual solar systems as well as the planets in our own solar system through instrumentation such as telescopes and
"29.04.2016 15:22:22" 360 View: See Inside Habitat Simulating Deep Space Mission for Astronauts Johnson Space Center in Houston brings crews to an asteroid without ever leaving the building. HERA – the Human Exploration Research Analog – is one of several analogs used by the Human Research Program to research ways to help NASA move from Lower Earth
"28.04.2016 18:04:15" 360 View: Habitat Simulates Deep Space Mission For Astronauts Johnson Space Center in Houston brings crews to an asteroid without ever leaving the building. HERA – the Human Exploration Research Analog – is one of several analogs used by the Human Research Program to research ways to help NASA move from Lower Earth
"27.04.2016 15:10:30" (Video 5 of 8) Epigenomics: Your Epigenome and Environment NASA’s Human Research Program is releasing the first half of a video series entitled Omics: Exploring Space Through You to highlight its Twins Study, in conjunction with National DNA Day. The series explores space through you by using omics to look more
"25.04.2016 16:05:34" Ozone Layer Recovering Slowly NASA satellite data indicates the layer of ozone molecules in the upper atmosphere is headed slowly back toward normal levels.
Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
This video is public domain and may be downloaded
"24.04.2016 18:47:14" (Video 4 of 8) Proteomics: Proteins At Work NASA’s Human Research Program is releasing the first half of a video series entitled Omics: Exploring Space Through You to highlight its Twins Study, in conjunction with National DNA Day. The series explores space through you by using omics to look more
"24.04.2016 18:46:58" (Video 3 of 8) Transcriptomics: Releasing the Messengers NASA’s Human Research Program is releasing the first half of a video series entitled Omics: Exploring Space Through You to highlight its Twins Study, in conjunction with National DNA Day. The series explores space through you by using omics to look more
"24.04.2016 18:46:49" (Video 2 of 8) Genomics: Genome, The Long and Winding Road NASA’s Human Research Program is releasing the first half of a video series entitled Omics: Exploring Space Through You to highlight its Twins Study, in conjunction with National DNA Day. The series explores space through you by using omics to look more
"22.04.2016 15:42:40" VWR 2015 01110 Behavioral Health Ops and Research
"22.04.2016 03:16:24" Behavioral Health & Performance Summary of the Behavioral Health and Performance Operations Group’s work including an overview of astronaut selection, behavioral health services provided to astronauts, the psychological aspects of long duration spaceflight, and behavioral health support
"22.04.2016 02:38:32" Human Research Roadmap Crew health and performance is critical to successful human exploration beyond low Earth orbit. The Human Research Program (HRP) investigates and mitigates the highest risks to human health and performance, providing essential countermeasures and
"21.04.2016 15:17:57" Hubble Sees a Star 'Inflating' a Giant Bubble A zoom into the Hubble Space Telescope photograph of an enormous, balloon-like bubble being blown into space by a super-hot, massive star. Astronomers trained the iconic telescope on this colorful feature, called the Bubble Nebula, or NGC 7635.
"20.04.2016 19:55:48" (Video 1 of 8) Introduction to Omics: 360 Degree View of You NASA’s Human Research Program is releasing the first half of a video series entitled Omics: Exploring Space Through You to highlight its Twins Study, in conjunction with National DNA Day. The series explores space through you by using omics to look more
"20.04.2016 14:10:08" Heavy Rainfall Seen in Texas Rainfall was estimated from April 15 at 00:00 UTC (April 14 at 8 p.m. EDT) to April 19 at 08:30 UTC (4:30 a.m. EDT) for eastern Texas and the surrounding region by NASA's IMERG product. IMERG showed rainfall amounts of at least 6 to 12 inches (shown in
"18.04.2016 16:03:22" Fermi and LIGO Hone in on Gravity Wave Source Fermi's GBM saw a fading X-ray source at nearly the same moment LIGO detected gravitational waves from a black hole merger in 2015. This movie shows how scientists can narrow down the location of the LIGO source on the assumption that the burst is
"18.04.2016 16:03:16" Visualization of Merging Black Holes and Gravitational Waves This visualization shows gravitational waves emitted by two black holes of nearly equal mass as they spiral together and merge. Orange ripples represent distortions of space-time caused by the rapidly orbiting masses. These distortions spread out and
"15.04.2016 18:54:54" The Making of NASA’s ICON Mission The Making of NASA’s ICON Mission
“Data coming back from orbit seemed to not make sense,” says Thomas Immel, principal investigator for the ICON mission at UC Berkeley. “The glow at the equator changed from place to place around the Earth in ways we
"15.04.2016 15:48:46" Towering Magnetic Arches Seen by NASA’s SDO Arches of magnetic field lines towered over the sun’s edge as a pair of active regions began to rotate into view in this video captured by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory on April 5-6, 2016. Active regions are areas of very concentrated magnetic field.
"08.04.2016 13:47:39" How is Pluto Classified as a Rocky World? When it comes to Pluto, classification is tricky, but it’s unquestioningly a rocky body. This is Pluto in a Minute.
The bodies in our solar system fall more or less into set categories like gas giants, terrestrial planets, icy comets, and small bodies
"08.04.2016 13:45:41" NASA’s SDO Spies an Elongated Coronal Hole A long coronal hole can be seen right down the middle of the sun in this video captured by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory on March 23-25, 2016. Coronal holes are areas on the sun where the solar magnetic field extends up and out into interplanetary
"08.04.2016 08:27:14" Human Research Program (HRP) Overview The Human Research Program (HRP) is a major part of the Space Life and Physical Sciences Research and Applications Division within the Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate (HEOMD). It is instrumental in carrying out NASA's Strategic Plan,
"08.04.2016 06:57:20" EVA Physiology An introduction to the risk of decompression sickness (DCS) in astronauts during EVA. This will include an explanation of Prebreathe Protocols (PB), to affect nitrogen washout as a primary risk mitigation strategy. Symptoms associated with evolved gas in
"08.04.2016 05:47:14" 2015 00830 CC HSA Sensorimotor Changes to Spaceflight Bloomberg www.nasa.gov/hhp/human-systems-academy
"08.04.2016 05:23:30" Microbiology & Toxicology: Space Environment One key aspect in maintaining crew health and performance during spaceflight missions is the provision of a habitable environment with acceptably low concentrations of microbiological and toxicological contaminants. To achieve this goal, the Microbiology,
"08.04.2016 04:31:33" Immunology Overview of research investigations of human immune system dysregulation during spaceflight and the investigation of spaceflight effects including microgravity and radiation.
"08.04.2016 02:58:12" 2015 00372 RS HRP Overview 04 14 15 www.nasa.gov/hhp/human-systems-academy
"08.04.2016 02:45:45" Space Medicine Medical Operations This is an overview of the Space and Clinical Operations Division whose mission is to optimize the health, fitness and well-being of flight crews, their dependents and employees of the Johnson Space Center and White Sands Space
"08.04.2016 02:27:26" Bone This course will highlight the challenges to translating astronaut biomedical data to evidence for human skeletal health risks and performance. It is the probability of fractures, and the detection of osteoporotic bone(s), - that will drive the
"07.04.2016 23:10:56" Human Flight Research Integration This is an overview of the management and integration of all Human Research Program experiments conducted on the ISS (includes pre-flight, in-flight, and post-flight data collection).
"07.04.2016 22:58:21" Exercise Countermeasures Overview of the strength training, conditioning, and rehabilitation protocols and methodologies for the astronauts
"07.04.2016 22:48:56" 2014 01124 LH HSAC SpaceflightAccidents 10 2 14 www.nasa.gov/hhp/human-systems-academy
"07.04.2016 22:26:59" Flight Analogs (Bed Rest Research) Flight Analogs / Bed Rest Research Projects provide NASA with a ground based research platform to complement space research. By mimicking the conditions of weightlessness in the human body here on Earth, NASA can test and refine scientific theories and
"07.04.2016 22:01:02" Human Systems Integration Introduction This lecture provides an overview of Human Systems Integration (HSI), its implementation cost and return on investment, HSI domains, how HSI fits into the NASA organization structure, HSI roles and comparison of HSI to Human Factors Engineering (HFE).
"07.04.2016 20:01:54" 2014 00912 141104 HumanSysAcademy Kidney Stones Pietrzyk www.nasa.gov/hhp/human-systems-academy
"07.04.2016 16:29:56" NASA's GPM Shows Heavy Rain and High Cloud Heights in Zena On April 6 at 0933 UTC, GPM found Zena's most intense rainfall occurring at the amazing rate of almost 300 mm (11.8 inches) per hour. Some storm tops in these intense thunderstorms were reaching altitudes above 17 km (10.5 miles). Credit: NASA/JAXA/SSAI,
"05.04.2016 18:37:11" CYGNSS – Derek Posselt Dr. Derek Posselt, Deputy Principal Investigator for the Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System (CYGNSS) mission, is coordinating much of the mission's science.
"05.04.2016 12:29:38" NASA's IMERG Measures Flooding Rainfall in Pakistan NASA used satellite data and added up heavy rainfall that has been occurring in northwestern Pakistan that caused flooding that killed more than 50 people. NASA's IMERG added up rainfall in northwestern Pakistan that occurred from April 1 to April 4, 2016
"04.04.2016 15:33:02" Time-Lapse View of Earth's Limb from the ISS Bright swaths of red in the upper atmosphere, known as airglow, can be seen in this video captured by the International Space Station. NASA's ICON mission, with a planned launch for the summer of 2017, will observe how interactions between terrestrial
"31.03.2016 21:07:36" Find Them Now - The Asteroid Grand Challenge The NASA Asteroid Grand Challenge (AGC) ran a public challenge to develop this short video. Learn how this was created: http://www.nasa.gov/feature/asteroid-grand-challenge-releases-find-them-now-video
"Find Them Now" uses a narrative based on a
"30.03.2016 00:32:47" Game Changing Development Mission Animation Cryocooler, 3D MAT, CNT, SEP, ARP, SEXTANT, MASH, IDEAS, AWP, 3-D Printer, HPSC & ACAWS, MEDLI2, PDT, KILOPOWER, DSOC, NFT Fuel Cell, Inflatable Habitats, MEDA, MOXIE, PLSS, RCA, VOR, EVA Gloves, HAB Printing
"30.03.2016 00:15:47" Phase Change Material Heat Exchangers NASA’s Game Changing Development is taking on a technology
development and demonstration effort to design, build, and test the next generation of Phase Change Material Heat Exchangers (PCM HXs) on the International Space Station. The primary objective of
"29.03.2016 17:56:30" Women At NASA - Dava Newman Dava Newman is NASA's Deputy Administrator.
"24.03.2016 19:48:29" CYGNSS – Derek Posselt Dr. Derek Posselt, University Project Manager at the University of Michigan, is coordinating much of the science of the Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System (CYGNSS) mission.
"23.03.2016 19:16:21" Women At NASA - Rena Perwien Rena Perwien is the Deputy Chief Financial Officer at NASA Stennis Space Center in south Mississippi.
"23.03.2016 15:56:35" ATom Flight Plan ATom is one of NASA's eight field missions taking place in 2016. It's flight path to study the atmosphere takes it from the Arctic to near the Antarctic and back to the Arctic.
"22.03.2016 18:19:21" NASA’s SDO Sees Circular Outburst A round solar prominence burst from the sun on March 13, 2016, shortly after it rotated into the view of NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO. Much of the solar material did not escape the sun’s gravitational pull, falling back to the solar surface.
"18.03.2016 18:19:57" 2015 Women At NASA Meinert NASA Glenn's Women At NASA, Karen Meinert
"18.03.2016 14:51:22" GPM Flyby of Emeraude On March 16 GPM measured rainfall just northwest of Emeraude's eye falling at a rate of over 209 mm (8.2 inches) per hour. The powerful thunderstorms that were creating that heavy rain reached altitudes above 15.7 km (9.7 miles). Credit: NASA/JAXA/SSAI,
"16.03.2016 14:05:01" GPM Flyby of Tropical Cyclone Emeraude NASA's GPM Spots Tropical Cyclone Emeraude Developing
On Mar. 15, GPM saw rain bands wrapping around developing Tropical Cyclone Emeraude's center and rain was falling at over 220 mm (8.7 inches) per hour in south of the center. Storm tops heights above
"15.03.2016 14:55:49" Fay Collier NASA's Fay Collier talks about the agency's goals to help make aviation more efficient and more green, with dramatically reduced fuel use, noise and harmful emissions.
"14.03.2016 17:58:57" GPM Video Showing Rainfall Totals over the Southern U.S. This animation shows the distribution of rainfall from March 7 through 14, 2016 over the south central U.S. Purple indicates highest rainfall amounts. Credit: NASA/JAXA/SSAI, Hal Pierce
"14.03.2016 13:30:29" 2015 WoN KSC Maria Revlett
"11.03.2016 19:14:50" CYGNSS Students University of Michigan doctoral students Mary Morris, David Chen and Charles Bussy-Virat talk about their roles in – as well as what they've learned working on – NASA's Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System (CYGNSS) mission.
"10.03.2016 17:47:49" CYGNSS – Scott Gleason Scott Gleason of the Southwest Research Institute talks about his role as an instrument scientist on the Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System (CYGNSS) mission.
CYGNSS is a new NASA mission that will use eight micro-satellites to make accurate
"10.03.2016 16:29:43" NASA's GPM Analyzes Strong Storms in the U.S. South The GPM core satellite measured rain falling over 148 mm (5.8 inches) in one powerful storm over eastern Texas and a few thunderstorm tops in this area were reaching altitudes above 13.7 km (8.5 miles). Credit: NASA/JAXA/SSAI, Hal Pierce
"09.03.2016 15:43:06" March 8 Solar Eclipse Totality The moon passes in front of the sun, creating a total solar eclipse visible in parts of Southeast Asia. This video. taken from a live broadcast from the Exploratorium Science Center in San Francisco, shows the period of total eclipse, called totality,
"08.03.2016 21:09:36" JSC Historical Recordation Construction
"08.03.2016 21:08:31" JSC Historical Recordation: Building 225 and 226
"07.03.2016 20:42:21" OVATION Prime Model and "Aurorasaurus" Auroral Observations This video shows the auroral oval, as modeled using OVATION Prime (2013), along with citizen science reports collected by the Aurorasaurus project for the St. Patrick’s Day storm over March 17-19, 2015. The red swath indicates a higher probability that an
"07.03.2016 18:10:52" 2015 WoN KSC Maynette Smith
"03.03.2016 17:29:23" Hubble Team Breaks Cosmic Distance Record This animation shows the location of galaxy GN-z11, which is the farthest galaxy ever seen. The video begins by locating the Big Dipper, then showing the constellation Ursa Major. It then zooms into the GOODS North field of galaxies, and ends with a
"02.03.2016 19:01:33" Welcome Back to Earth NASA astronaut Scott Kelly is interviewed by public affairs officer Rob Navias just after returning to Earth aboard a Soyuz spacecraft on March 1, 2016 (March 2, local Kazakh time) following a 340 day mission aboard the International Space Station.
"29.02.2016 15:27:40" San Diego Composites and 3D-MAT
"26.02.2016 17:03:54" Small-Scale Drone Forward Fly Test Mobile phone footage from an indoor “forward flight” test of a forty percent scale model drone. During the summer of 2015, a group of pre-professional researchers representing multiple disciplines and universities across the country gathered at NASA
"25.02.2016 19:35:01" El Niño Subsurface Ocean Temperature in 1997 Visualization showing sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly data and subsurface temperature anomaly data from Jan. 1, 1997 through Feb. 14, 1998.
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"25.02.2016 19:30:38" El Niño Subsurface Ocean Temperature in 2015 Visualization showing sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly data and subsurface temperature anomaly data from Jan. 1, 2015 through Feb. 14, 2016.
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"25.02.2016 19:24:32" NASA Maps El Niño’s Shift on U.S. Precipitation The visualization shows rain accumulation over the United States from Dec. 1, 2015, to Feb. 15, 2016, with blue and green areas indicating light precipitation and red patches indicating areas with high-accumulated rainfall. The rain accumulation map
"25.02.2016 19:22:28" NASA Maps El Niño’s Shift on California Precipitation Visualization showing accumulated rainfall in California for Dec. 2015, Jan. 2016, and Feb. 1-16, 2016.
Credit: NASA Goddard's Scientific Visualization Studio
"24.02.2016 14:32:02" JWST Primary Mirror Installation Complete Completing the assembly of the primary mirror, which took place at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, is a significant milestone and the culmination of over a decade of design, manufacturing, and testing the agency’s James Webb
"22.02.2016 17:51:32" GPM 3D Flyby of Winston On Feb. 20 at 0941 UTC (4:41 a.m. EST), the GPM core satellite saw that Winston was dropping rain at a rate of over 169 mm (6.7 inches) per hour in the western side of the eye. Credit: NASA/JAXA/Hal Pierce
"19.02.2016 19:06:30" GPM Sees Heavy Rain in Uriah Near Peak On Feb. 17, Uriah had a well-defined circular eye and GPM measured rainfall at a rate of over 179 mm (7 inches) per hour on the southern side of Uriah's eye wall. Credit: NASA/JAXA/SSAI, Hal Pierce
"18.02.2016 16:24:21" WFIRST Spacecraft Animation WFIRST, shown here in an artist's rendering, will carry a Wide Field Instrument to provide astronomers with Hubble-quality images covering large swaths of the sky, enabling several studies of cosmic evolution. Its Coronagraph Instrument will directly
"17.02.2016 18:30:45" CYGNSS – Brian McNoldy Brian McNoldy, Senior Research Associate at the University of Miami, explains how measurements from the Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System (CYGNSS) mission will enhance our understanding of hurricanes and tropical cyclones.
CYGNSS is a new NASA
"17.02.2016 17:58:24" Donna Lawson - Women@NASA Donna Lawson, legislative affairs officer at NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia.
"17.02.2016 17:10:21" NASA's SDO Sees Unraveling Solar Prominence An elongated solar prominence rose up above the sun’s surface and slowly unraveled on Feb. 3, 2016, as seen in this video by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO. The sun appears to move in the last few seconds of the video because SDO was performing
"17.02.2016 16:44:59" GPM Flyby of Tropical Cyclone Uriah On Feb. 15, GPM saw rain was falling at a rate of over 127 mm (5 inches) per hour in a band of intense storms south of Tropical Cyclone Uriah's center. Thunderstorms moving around the southwestern side of the tropical cyclone were reaching heights above
"16.02.2016 19:28:31" CYGNSS – Valery Zavorotny Valery Zavorotny, physicist, NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory, on his role in the Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System (CYGNSS) mission.
CYGNSS is a new NASA mission that will use eight micro-satellites to make accurate measurements of ocean
"16.02.2016 19:02:06" Jen Keyes - Women@NASA
"16.02.2016 17:47:24" Safety This video discusses the methods that all rocketeers should use to create a safe and fun rocket environment. As a reminder, these videos are for instructional purposes only and are not meant to replace the advice and assistance of a veteran high-power
"16.02.2016 17:47:14" Payloads This video discusses what is classified as a payload and describes the different categories of payloads. The video discusses the use of altimeters and accelerometers in recovery events and different methods for tracking the rocket's location.
"16.02.2016 17:47:06" Recovery This video discusses the recovery events that occur in high-power rocketry and the various devices used in safely recovering the rocket. The video includes a discussion of black powder and ejection charge sizing. Remember that black powder is classified
"16.02.2016 17:46:42" Structures This video introduces various construction materials used in high-power rocketry. It discusses the pros and cons of each material and discusses the bonding methods for each material. The video also includes an introduction on how epoxy works. Please
"16.02.2016 17:46:31" Basics of High-Power Rocketry This video introduces the basics of HPR and walks the viewer through an example calculation of a rocket’s rail exit velocity.
"16.02.2016 17:44:31" Introduction This video provides a quick overview of high-power rocketry as well as a preview for the rest of the High-Power Rocketry video series. The video describes the two recognized rocketry organizations in the United States and discusses the levels of
"12.02.2016 22:20:19" Principal Scientist Scott Gleason on His Role in CYGNSS Scott Gleason of the Southwest Research Institute talks about his role as Principal Scientist in the Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System (CYGNSS) mission.
CYGNSS is a new NASA mission that will use eight micro-satellites to make accurate meas
"12.02.2016 15:46:31" NASA's GPM Sees Tropical Cyclone Winston Intensifying On Feb. 11, GPM saw rain falling at a rate of over 60 mm (2.4 inches) per hour on the northwestern side of a forming eye wall and highest cloud tops over 17 km (10.5 miles) in a feeder band well to the northeast of Winston's center of circulation. Cr
"12.02.2016 15:02:57" Movement of March 2016 Total Solar Eclipse Shadow (Animation) The moon will pass in front of the sun, casting its shadow over much of Southeast Asia on March 8, 2016 EST (March 9 local time). People on the nearly 100-mile-wide path of totality will experience a total solar eclipse, in which all of the sun’s bri
"12.02.2016 15:02:48" Path of March 2016 Total Solar Eclipse (Animation) A solar eclipse occurs when the moon's shadow falls on Earth. The shadow comprises two concentric cones called the umbra and the penumbra. Within the smaller, central umbra, the sun is completely blocked by the moon, and anyone inside the umbra sees
"11.02.2016 19:48:51" Mary Beth Wusk - Women@NASA Mary Beth Wusk, acting head of NASA's Game Changing Development Program.
"11.02.2016 18:07:01" Simulation of Merger of Two Black Holes and Gravitational Radiation This movie shows a simulation of the merger of two black holes and the resulting emission of gravitational radiation. The colored fields represent a component of the curvature of space-time. The outer sheets (red) correspond directly to outgoing grav
"11.02.2016 04:50:52" HIAD-2 (Hypersonic Inflatable Aerodynamic Decelerator) The Hypersonic Inflatable Aerodynamic Decelerator (HIAD) project is a disruptive technology that will accommodate the atmospheric entry of heavy payloads to planetary bodies such as Mars. HIAD overcomes size and weight limitations of current rigid sy
"10.02.2016 15:39:15" A Voice for Whales: Using Satellite Data to Protect Marine Mammals The WhaleWatch project supported by NASA's Applied Sciences Program uses NASA satellite environmental data to predict the occurrence of whales off the west coast of the United States. WhaleWatch makes that information available on a NOAA-hosted webs
"09.02.2016 19:30:12" Venetia Gonzales Women at NASA Venetia Gonzales is a Communications Specialist at the NASA Shared Services Center.
"09.02.2016 17:39:47" GPM Sees Heavy Rainfall and High Cloud Tops in System 96S On February 8, 2016 4:37 p.m. EST GPM revealed that powerful storms in System 96S near Madagascar's eastern coast were generating rainfall over 94 mm (3.7 inches) per hour in thunderstorms with heights above 15 km (9.9 miles). Credit: NASA/JAXA/SSAI,
"09.02.2016 07:19:50" Space Medicine Application for Terrestrial Wellness Smith L Johnston
"09.02.2016 05:22:34" Visual Impairment and Intracranial Pressure (VIIP) Jennifer Fogerty, Phd
"09.02.2016 05:22:26" Pharmacy Practice and Space Medicine Smith L Johnston
"05.02.2016 18:57:21" Pluto's Intriguing Moons We talk a lot about Charon, Pluto's largest moon that's about half the size of its host planet. But what about Pluto’s other moons? They're strange, to say the least.
Pluto’s four smaller moons — Styx, Nix, Kerberos and Hydra — are differently fasc
"04.02.2016 18:57:01" NASA Measures Extreme Precipitation From Space From Jan. 25 through Feb. 3, IMERG data estimated that the most extreme precipitation over the United States during this period was over 200mm (7.9 inches) in an area where stormy weather frequently hit Mississippi and Alabama.
"02.02.2016 18:24:20" Can You See It? "Can You See It?" is an original NASA music video intended to engage students to think about careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
Video games use mathematical formulas similar to those that engineers and scientists use when d
"29.01.2016 18:32:56" What’s Next for NASA’s New Horizons? New Horizons’ Pluto flyby might be in the past but the mission is far from over. This is Pluto in a Minute.
Of course, Pluto was New Horizons’ primary target, but the mission was never intended to explore only one body in the outer solar system. In
"29.01.2016 16:33:17" GPM Video of System 92S (became Tropical Cyclone Stan) On Jan. 28, 2016 , GPM measured rain falling at a rate of 96.7 mm (3.8 inches) per hour in towering convective storms within spiraling bands around System 92S, and storm heights reached over 16 km (9.9 miles). Credit: NASA/JAXA/SSAI, Hal Pierce
"28.01.2016 16:55:23" International Space Station Moment of Silence A moment of silence for the crews of Apollo 1, Challenger and Columbia and a message from Expedition 46 Commander Scott Kelly on NASA's Day of Remembrance, Jan. 28, 2016.
"22.01.2016 19:30:19" Satellite Movie Sees Major Winter Storm Nearing Mid-Atlantic This animation NOAA's GOES-East satellite imagery from Jan. 20 to 22 shows the movement of the system that is expected to bring a powerful winter storm to the U.S. Mid-Atlantic region. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"22.01.2016 14:07:24" GPM Observed Rainfall Rate in Winter Storm 2016 The GPM core satellite on January 21, 2016 at 1421 UTC (8:21 a.m. CST) observed rain falling at a rate of over 100 mm (3.9 inches) per hour in one line of storms moving over eastern Texas. Credit: SSAI/NASA/JAXA, Hal Pierce
"21.01.2016 14:56:57" NASA’s SDO Sees Tangled Connections These images from NASA's Solar Dynamic Observatory, or SDO, show magnetically active regions on the sun on Jan. 8-9, 2016. When such regions are close-set, magnetic field lines create a tangle of arches snaking through the solar atmosphere. Those lin
"21.01.2016 14:40:20" GOES Animation of January Blizzard 2016 A 21 second animation of infrared and visible imagery from NOAA's GOES-East satellite from Jan. 19 to 21 shows the movement one system that moved across the southern U.S. on Jan. 20 followed by a second storm system that is expected to bring the powe
"20.01.2016 23:11:11" A New Planet In Our Solar System? NASA Takes A Look NASA’s Director of Planetary Science, Jim Green, discusses the Jan. 20 Astronomical Journal science paper that points to the possibility of a new “Planet 9” in our solar system beyond Pluto, examining the scientific process and inviting you to have a
"20.01.2016 16:43:02" Earth's Long-Term Warming Trend, 1880-2015 This visualization illustrates Earth’s long-term warming trend, showing temperature changes from 1880 to 2015 as a rolling five-year average. Orange colors represent temperatures that are warmer than the 1951-80 baseline average, and blues represent
"19.01.2016 23:51:53" Women@NASA 2015 - Kate McMurtry / AFRC Kate McMurtry is the branch chief of operations engineering at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center, Edwards, California. McMurtry is responsible for planning, directing and coordinating the technical and administrative functions for the branch. T
"15.01.2016 20:04:27" GPM Flyby of Hurricane Alex Most of the rainfall measured by GPM on Jan.15 was measured at less than 20 mm (.8 inches) per hour. GPM found that maximum storm top heights northwest of Alex's cloudy eye were found to reach altitudes of 9.9 km (6.1 miles). Credit: NASA/JAXA/SSAI/H
"15.01.2016 15:08:17" NASA’s SDO Captures Cascading Magnetic Arches A dark solar filament above the sun's surface became unstable and erupted on Dec. 16-17, 2015, generating a cascade of magnetic arches. A small eruption to the upper right of the filament was likely related to its collapse. The arches of solar materi
"14.01.2016 20:21:35" Rainfall Accumulation over the United States for December 2015 This animation shows the accumulation of rainfall over the United Stated during December 2015, from the IMERG precipitation dataset. The black outline indicates the Mississippi-Missouri River basin. This version has been edited to only show the perio
"14.01.2016 18:36:37" Pluto’s Blue Haze The sky on Pluto is blue! Kind of. This is Pluto in an Minute.
So it’s not exactly the case that the sky on Pluto is blue, rather, what the New Horizons science team has found in recent images downloaded from the spacecraft is that the haze around
"14.01.2016 17:44:42" GOES-East Video of Hurricane Alex This animation of GOES-East satellite imagery from Jan. 10 to 14 shows the development of Hurricane Alex in the Central Pacific Ocean. Credit; NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"08.01.2016 20:21:12" Satellite Movie Sees Southern California Storms This animation NOAA's GOES-West satellite imagery from Jan. 5 through Jan 7 shows the progression of storm systems in the Eastern Pacific Ocean that hit southern California and generated flooding and mudslides. TRT: 00:42 Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Proj
"07.01.2016 15:00:47" Pluto in a Minute: Evidence of Possible Frozen Volcanoes Another first from Pluto: frozen volcanoes in the distant solar system.
Recent detailed surface images from New Horizons show an interesting surface feature on Pluto. The mountain feature informally named Wright Mons is about 100 miles wide and 13,
"06.01.2016 17:44:14" Women@NASA 2015 CJ Bixby / AFRC Cynthia (C.J.) Bixby is the chief of the Systems Engineering and Integration branch at NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center, Edwards, California. Bixby supervises and advises both project chief and system engineers working with other branch chiefs a
"05.01.2016 18:12:56" Mosquito Meets MODIS: South Dakota Fights West Nile Virus South Dakota is the U.S. hotspot for West Nile disease. Scientists and public health officials there developed a way to use environmental data from NASA satellites to forecast the risk of West Nile. They’re giving people working on preventing the d
"31.12.2015 16:07:01" GPM Flyby of Tropical Cyclone Ula's Eye and Rainfall NASA Sees Tropical Cyclone Ula's Eye and Rainfall On Dec. 29, NASA's GPM saw rain was falling at a rate of over 83.6 mm (3.29 inches) per in a feeder band (of thunderstorms) northeast of the developing tropical cyclone Ula's center. Credit: NASA/JAXA
"29.12.2015 18:08:02" NASA | Courtney Ritz Women@NASA Courtney Ritz - Information Technology Specialist for the Information Technology and Communication Directorate for NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
The Women@NASA project is the perfect opportunity to celebrate women from across the agency who con
"29.12.2015 17:50:35" NASA | Raymonda Azrelyant Yeh Women@NASA 2015 Raymonda Azrelyant Yeh - Senior Accountant for NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
The Women@NASA project is the perfect opportunity to celebrate women from across the agency who contribute to NASA’s mission in many ways.Giving you a glimpse of the ta
"29.12.2015 17:40:23" NASA | Dr. Shi Ying Women@NASA 2015 Dr. Shi Ying - Software Safety Engineer for Goddard Safety and Mission Assurance Directorate for NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
The Women@NASA project is the perfect opportunity to celebrate women from across the agency who contribute to NASA’s
"28.12.2015 17:26:13" GOES Satellite View of Southwest Storm System (Dec. 2015) This animation of imagery from NOAA's GOES-East satellite from Dec. 26 to 28, 2015, shows the eastward movement of the storm system that generated snow in the Four Corners region and tornadoes in Texas. The EF-4 tornado hit Garland, Texas, around 6:4
"24.12.2015 15:05:30" Pluto Through Stained Glass: A Movie from the Edge of the Solar System This colorful movie drifting across Pluto by was recorded by New Horizons' LEISA infrared imaging spectrometer during the July 14 closest approach. The discovery of water ice on Pluto was made using LEISA data shown here. The movie has been sped up a
"22.12.2015 22:29:59" Precision Immunization: NASA Studies Immune Response to Flu Vaccine NASA Human Research Program Twins Study investigator Emmanuel Mignot, M.D., Ph.D, known for discovering the cause of narcolepsy is related to the immune system, is studying twin astronauts Scott and Mark Kelly. He’s investigating how their immune sys
"22.12.2015 17:41:08" Mars Exploration Zones This concept animation shows just one of many potential concepts for how the first human landing site on Mars might evolve throughout the course of multiple human expeditions to the Red Planet over a decade or more.
"21.12.2015 20:17:48" Women@NASA 2015 Rosalind Cylar Rosalind Cylar serves as an attorney and advisor in the Office of Chief Counsel at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. Cylar supports NASA by providing legal support to all of Marshall’s programs, projects and institutional su
"21.12.2015 16:39:09" Women@NASA 2015 Seunghee Lee Seunghee Lee works as the program senior integration engineer in the Space Launch System Program Chief Safety Mission Assurance Office at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, in Huntsville, Alabama. Additionally, as the Marshall range safety represe
"21.12.2015 16:32:04" Women@NASA 2015 Cindy Stemple Cindy Stemple is the acting project manager for the SERVIR project, working in the coordination office at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, in Huntsville, Alabama. SERVIR -- a Spanish word meaning "to serve" -- is a joint venture between NASA and
"18.12.2015 14:33:58" IMERG Shows Rainfall Totals Over the Philippines from Melor The highest rainfall totals during this five day period were still found along the typhoon's path in the central Philippines where rainfall totals were now measured by IMERG at over 899 mm (35.4 inches). Heavy rain totaling over 771 mm (30.4 inches)
"17.12.2015 16:29:09" Suzanne Honeycutt--Women at NASA Suzanne is a NASA Shared Services Center procurement analyst at the John C. Stennis Space Center in south Mississippi.
"17.12.2015 15:00:03" Celestial Lightsabers: The Stellar Jets of HH 24 This sequence combines a two-dimensional zoom and a three-dimensional flight to explore the Hubble Space Telescope's striking image of the Herbig-Haro object known as HH 24.
For more information: http://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/hubble-sees-the-
"17.12.2015 15:00:01" NASA's 3D View of Celestial Lightsabers This movie envisions a three-dimensional perspective on the Hubble Space Telescope's striking image of the Herbig-Haro object known as HH 24. The central star is hidden by gas and dust, but its prominent twin jets of emission resemble a cosmic, doubl
"15.12.2015 19:25:20" 2015 10 08 W@N Sandra Duncan
"15.12.2015 14:58:56" Atmospheric River Approaching California (2014) An atmospheric river travels across the Pacific to California, Oct. 25 to Nov. 2, 2014. White colors are clouds; light blues, water vapor; and green to red, precipitation.
This video is public domain and may be downloaded at:
"15.12.2015 14:14:47" GPM's Flyby of Super-Typhoon Melor On Dec. 14, the GPM satellite showed very intense storms in the southeastern side of Melor's eye wall were dropping rain at a rate of over 86 mm (3.4 inches) per hour. Storm top heights around Melor's eye were around 12.4 km (7.7 miles) and higher st
"11.12.2015 16:46:53" 05s gpm gmi dpr 9 december 2015 1416 utc 3d flyby
"10.12.2015 18:54:05" CFC Kickoff Campaign at Goddard Space Flight Center
"10.12.2015 18:32:31" NEA Scout Solar Sail: Half-scale Fold Time Lapse In this time lapse, the Near-Earth Asteroid Scout (NEA Scout) CubeSat team rolls a half-scale prototype of the small satellite's solar sail in preparation for a deployment test. During its mission, NEA Scout will perform an approximate two-year cruis
"09.12.2015 16:41:47" GOES-15 Video of Storms Buffeting the Pacific Northwest This animation of imagery from NOAA's GOES-15 shows a series of storms buffeting the Pacific Northwestern U.S. from Nov. 29 to early Dec. 9. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"08.12.2015 19:56:36" Simulating Space Weather at Pluto This video shows a simulation of the space environment all the way out to Pluto in the months surrounding New Horizons’ July 2015 flyby. At the time, scientists at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, worked with the New Horizon
"08.12.2015 13:59:22" Unusually Heavy Rainfall and Flooding in Great Britain Desmond's unusually heavy rainfall resulted in wide spread damaging floods. Data from NASA's Integrated Multi-satellitE Retrievals for GPM (IMERG) were used to estimate rainfall for the period from November 30 to December 7, 2015. This analysis found
"04.12.2015 20:09:26" New Horizons’ Best View of Pluto’s Craters, Mountains and Icy Plains This movie is composed of the sharpest views of Pluto that NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft obtained during its flyby on July 14, 2015. The pictures are part of a sequence taken near New Horizons’ closest approach to Pluto, with resolutions of about 25
"04.12.2015 19:04:17" Rain in Southern India: Nov. 28 to Dec. 4, 2015 IMERG data shows rainfall that fell from November 28 to December 4, 2015 reached over 400 mm (15.7 inches) of rainfall in areas south of Chennai.
"04.12.2015 14:11:56" SDO Sees Flourishing Magnetic Loops A bright set of loops near the edge of the sun’s face grew and shifted quickly after the magnetic field was disrupted by a small eruption on Nov. 25, 2015. Charged particles emitting light in extreme ultraviolet wavelengths traced out the structures
"01.12.2015 15:40:32" IMERG Video of Hurricane Sandra NASA IMERG Data Hurricane Sandra's Heavy Rainfall This IMERG rainfall analysis indicates that moisture flowing from Hurricane Sandra caused heavy rainfall totals of over 700 mm (28 inches) in an area northeast of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Sandra's app
"30.11.2015 17:47:35" SOHO: Beauty Pass ESA/NASA’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, or SOHO, was launched in 1995 to study the internal structure of the sun, its extensive outer atmosphere, and the origin of the constant outflow of solar material from the sun, known as the solar wind. S
"28.11.2015 19:26:12" GOES-West Video of Sandra An animation of visible and infrared imagery from NOAA's GOES-West satellite showed Tropical Storm Sandra has become decoupled by strong wind shear as it was approaching landfall in western Mexico on the morning of Nov. 28. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES P
"27.11.2015 16:40:40" GOES-West Video of Sandra This animation of imagery from NOAA's GOES-West satellite shows Hurricane Sandra from Nov. 25 to Nov. 27 off the coast of western Mexico. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"25.11.2015 14:43:01" GOES-West Video of Sandra This 33 second animation of infrared and visible imagery from NOAA's GOES-West satellite over the period of Nov. 23 through 25 shows Post-tropical Storm Rick fading west of Baja California, while Hurricane Sandra moves up along the west-central Mexi
"25.11.2015 13:34:13" SDO Sees a Dark Filament Circle A dark, almost circular filament broke away from the sun in a gauzy, feathery swirl, on Nov. 15, 2015, in this video from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory. This filament eruption was followed by a second filament breaking away on Nov. 16. Filaments
"24.11.2015 17:55:13" NASA's GPM Gets a Look at Newborn, Late Season Eastern Pacific Tropical Storm Sandra On Nov. 24, GPM saw intense convective storms south of the tropical storm's center of circulation were dropping rain at a rate of over 80 mm (3.1 inches) per hour. Cloud tops reached heights above 16 km (9.9 miles). Credit: SSAI/NASA/JAXA, Hal Pierce
"24.11.2015 15:20:26" GPM Video of In-fa On Nov. 23, GPM saw In-fa dropping rain at an extreme rate of over 266 mm (10.5 inches) per hour in storms just to the northwest of the typhoon's eye where thunderstorms reached altitudes of over 18 km (11.2 miles). Credit: NASA/JAXA/SSAI, Hal Pierce
"23.11.2015 20:20:51" International Space Station: Off the Earth, for the Earth, and Beyond. In 1998, assembly began in space on a satellite that would be second in size and radiance only to the Moon…NASA’s International Space Station. Completed in the 21st Century, the International Space Station’s role in the development of your future as
"23.11.2015 15:26:45" GOES-West animation of Tropical Storm Rick This animation of visible and infrared imagery from NOAA's GOES-West satellite shows the weakening of Tropical Storm Rick into a remnant low pressure area from Nov. 21 to Nov. 23. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"20.11.2015 16:23:32" GPM Video of In-fa On Nov. 19 GPM saw a few towering storms in In-fa's eye wall were reaching heights of up to 17.3 km (10.7 miles). The most intense precipitation was measured in In-fa's eye wall by DPR where it was falling at a rate of almost 55 mm (2.16 inches) per
"19.11.2015 14:44:22" GPM Movie of In-fa's Storm Tops NASA/JAXA's GPM saw In-fa's storm top heights reaching heights of up to 16.7 km (10.4 miles) in convective storms within a feeder band to the west of the eye. Credit: NASA/JAXA/SSAI, Hal Pierce
"18.11.2015 16:36:40" Super Ball Bot Drop and Roll This video is a demonstration of the first SUPERball prototype showing initial examples of impact robustness (driving off a loading dock) and locomotion. This prototype was developed specifically to address foundational engineering concepts related
"18.11.2015 16:14:41" SDO Sees Brightening Magnetic Loops Two active regions sprouted arches of bundled magnetic loops in this video from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory taken on Nov. 11-12, 2015. Charged particles spin along the magnetic field, tracing out bright lines as they emit light in extreme ultra
"12.11.2015 16:23:11" NASA Adds Up Rainfall from 2 Historic Yemen Tropical Cyclones Chapala's rainfall were generally 5 to 6 inches or less. Socotra, which was estimated to have received between 12 and 20 inches of rain from Chapala, appears to have received mostly 3 inches (shown in green) or less from Megh. Rainfall amounts over
"09.11.2015 18:57:19" Virtual Tours of NASA Goddard's Satellite Servicing Capabilities Office The Satellite Servicing Capabilities Office at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center offers virtual tours to classrooms.
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"09.11.2015 18:34:18" GOES-East Animation of Kate This 43 second animation of infrared and visible imagery from NOAA's GOES-East satellite from Nov. 7 to 9 shows the development and movement of Tropical Storm Kate to the Bahamas. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"09.11.2015 17:04:16" Pluto's Spinning Moons Most inner moons in the solar system keep one face pointed toward their central planet; this animation shows that certainly isn’t the case with the small moons of Pluto, which behave like spinning tops. Pluto is shown at center with, in order, from s
"09.11.2015 14:49:48" SDO Sees Active Region Outbursts This close up video by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory shows an active region near the right-hand edge of the sun’s disk, which erupted with at least a dozen minor events over a 30-hour period from Nov. 3-5, 2015. As competing magnetic forces grap
"05.11.2015 20:39:00" MAVEN Mission Briefing: Solar Wind Strips Martian Atmosphere Highlights from a Nov, 5, 2015, NASA briefing on the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) mission's findings on the Martian atmosphere. MAVEN has identified the process that appears to have played a key role in the transition of the Martia
"05.11.2015 15:58:06" Iodine Satellite Assembly Iodine Satellite
This iSat video animation illustrates the notional assembly of the iodine satellite (iSat) starting with the in-house development of the primary structure. The iSat spacecraft is the first of its kind. The propulsion system includes
"05.11.2015 15:57:12" ISARA Cubesat 1 This video animation shows the ISARA spacecraft as it is deployed from a launch vehicle, then a few moments later, deploys its high gain antenna and feed antenna. During the in-orbit test, ISARA’s reflectarray antenna will transmit a signal that will
"04.11.2015 15:15:57" GPM Video of Cyclone Chapala From Oct. 28 to Nov. 3, IMERG showed rainfall amounts between 5 to 15 inches (yellow and dark red, respectively) over south central Yemen and along the coast to the right of where Chapala made landfall. (Storm track in white) Areas in eastern Yemen
"03.11.2015 20:36:38" Timelapse: GRIPS Assembly The GRIPS team integrated and tested their balloon payload at NASA’s Columbia Scientific Balloon Facility in Palestine, Texas, July 18-Aug. 28, 2015. After putting the finishing touches on the payload inside the hangar, the team moved GRIPS outside t
"03.11.2015 19:51:48" NASA Observes Auroras Across Canada The dancing lights in the image above are the aurora borealis, viewed from the ground looking up. The aurora shown above occurred as the result of a CME that struck Earth’s magnetic field early on March 17, 2013. This week’s auroras are the result of
"29.10.2015 15:19:03" Behind the Webb Episode 29: Working Stiff The James Webb Space Telescope needs to be kept as cold as possible in order to detect infrared light from faint and very distant objects. A key component of this is the observatory’s tennis court-sized sunshield, which obstructs the warmth of the Su
"28.10.2015 18:06:20" PrintSat Antenna Deploys Montana State University students test the PrintSat antenna deployment.
"26.10.2015 17:06:10" Satellite Sees Remnants from Hurricane Patricia Affecting Southern U.S. This 21 second animation of infrared and visible imagery from NOAA's GOES-East satellite from Oct. 24-26 shows the remnants of Hurricane Patricia move through the Gulf of Mexico and Gulf Coast States. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Projec
"26.10.2015 13:36:55" Shape of Things to Come Rubén Del Rosario, Manager of the Advanced Air Transport Technology Project
What is it like to plan and test an aircraft that looks entirely different from what we fly in today? NASA scientist Ruben Del Rosario helps set goals for what these kinds o
"24.10.2015 17:14:47" Adding up Hurricane Patricia's Rainfall from Space (Oct 20-24) NASA/JAXA's GPM data showed Patricia's highest rainfall totals over 409 mm (16.1 inches) from Oct. 20-24. Rain totals of over 203 mm (8 inches) were located where Patricia made landfall. During that time, GPM saw a larger rainfall (not associated wit
"23.10.2015 19:50:40" Satellite Movie Sees Record-Breaking Hurricane Patricia At 8 a.m. EDT on October 23, 2015, the National Hurricane Center reported Patricia became the strongest eastern north pacific hurricane on record with sustained winds near 200 mph. This animation of images captured from October 20 to 23 from NOAA's G
"23.10.2015 19:14:19" International Space Station Footage of Hurricane Patricia Outside the International Space Station, cameras captured dramatic views of Hurricane Patricia at 12:15 p.m. EDT on October 23, 2015 as the mammoth system moved north at about 10 mph, heading for a potentially catastrophic landfall along the southwes
"22.10.2015 04:02:10" NASA 360 Presents: Game Changing Development (GCD)
"22.10.2015 01:11:56" Human Health and Performance Directorate Innovation Lecture Series: The Science of Teamwork Scott Tannenbaum, Ph.D. is President and Co-Founder of gOE. Under his leadership, gOE has served more than 500 organizations globally across all major industries. Dr. Tannenbaum is a leading expert on teamwork and has worked with, conducted research
"21.10.2015 16:41:55" President Obama Calls the International Space Station President Obama made a special phone call today, October 19, 2015 - all the way to the International Space Station.
"21.10.2015 15:31:23" Astronauts Discuss Back to the Future Possiblities Astronauts Bob Behnken and Sunita "Suni" WIlliams talked about what they hoped to see from the 2015 of Back to the Future and what worked out to be true.
"20.10.2015 17:46:54" Journaling: Astronauts Chronicle Missions Journaling has and will always play an important role in any journey. It’s a simple yet invaluable tool used by behavioral scientists to help assess the mental and emotional states associated with life in long-term isolation and confinement. Today’s
"20.10.2015 16:49:45" Pluto Time If you stood on Pluto at noon and looked around, the landscape would be illuminated about as brightly as on Earth soon after sunset. The team for NASA's New Horizons mission dubbed this "Pluto Time." NASA asked people around the world to share pictur
"19.10.2015 19:30:14" Hurricane Olaf This 35 second animation of infrared and visible imagery from NOAA's GOES-West satellite from Oct. 16-19, 2015, shows Hurricane Olaf strengthen into a major hurricane and develop an eye.
Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
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"16.10.2015 18:29:38" Hefty Prominence Eruption Observed by SDO A mass of solar material gathered itself into a twisting mass, spun around for a bit, then rose up and broke apart over a 10-hour period on Oct. 13, 2015. Prominences are unstable clouds of gas tethered above the surface of the sun by magnetic forces
"16.10.2015 18:18:42" Women@NASA - Caroline To | NASA Ames Research Center Caroline To - Assistant Division Chief of the Space Science and Astrobiology Division at NASA's Ames Research Center
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"15.10.2015 19:19:48" 2015 Antarctic Maximum Sea Ice Extent Breaks Streak of Record Highs Antarctic sea ice likely reached its annual maximum extent on Oct. 6, barring a late season surge. This video shows the evolution of the sea ice cover of the Southern Ocean from its minimum yearly extent to its peak extent.
Credit: NASA's Goddard Sp
"14.10.2015 15:41:20" GPM Flyby of Tropical Storm Koppu On Oct. 13 GPM showed that numerous intense thunderstorms near the tropical storm's center of circulation were dropping rain at a rate of over 88 mm (3.5 inches) per hour. Some thunderstorm cloud-top heights reached altitudes above 17.8 km (11 miles
"09.10.2015 15:48:01" GOES-West Video of Hurricane Oho from Oct. 6-9 This animation of imagery from October 6 to 9 from NOAA's GOES-West satellite shows the clouds associated with former Hurricane Oho's remnants move from the Central Pacific to southwestern Canada. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"09.10.2015 15:29:42" Journey of a Lifetime-Mars en Español
"07.10.2015 15:25:20" GPM 3-D Flyby of Choi-Wan This simulated 3-D flyby using GPM's radar (Ku band) data on Oct. 6, showed several areas where Choi-Wan was dropping rain at a rate of over 66 mm (2.6 inches) per hour. Credit: NASA/JAXA/SSAI, Hal Pierce
"05.10.2015 15:41:08" GPM Video of the Rainfall Totals from Joaquin NASA/JAXA's GPM satellite measured record rainfall that fell over the Carolinas from September 26 to October 5 from a plume of moisture from Hurricane Joaquin when it was located over the Bahamas and moved to Bermuda. The IMERG showed highest rainfal
"01.10.2015 19:58:49" Satellite Movie Shows Hurricane Joaquin in the Bahamas This animation of images captured from September 29 to October 1 from NOAA's GOES-East satellite shows Hurricane Joaquin become a major hurricane in the Bahamas. TRT: 00:32Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"01.10.2015 17:04:18" Flying Over Charon Images from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft were used to create this flyover video of Pluto's largest moon, Charon. The “flight” starts with the informally named Mordor (dark) region near Charon’s north pole. The camera then moves south to a vast cha
"01.10.2015 12:59:43" GPM Satellite Video of Hurricane Joaquin's Movements Joaquin became a tropical storm Monday evening (EDT) midway between the Bahamas and Bermuda and has now formed into a hurricane, the 3rd of the season--the difference is Joaquin could impact the US East Coast.
GPM captured Joaquin Tuesday, September
"30.09.2015 16:14:36" 3D Flyby of Hurricane Joaquin by GPM On Sept. 29 at 21:39 UTC (5:39 p.m. EDT) GPM showed a large area of very intense rain with rain rates ranging from around 50 to 132 mm/hour (~2 to 5 inches, shown in red and magenta) to the right of Joaquin's center. Tall convective towering clouds r
"30.09.2015 15:33:08" GPM Shows Large Rainfall Totals from Typhoon Dujuan GPM showed that Taiwan's heaviest rainfall totals of over 275 mm (10.8 inches) were located along the coast south of where Typhoon Dujuan made landfall. The highest rainfall totals were found over the open waters of the northwestern Pacific Ocean whe
"29.09.2015 16:32:59" GPM Flyby of Marty On Sept. 28 at 10:41 UTC GPM estimated rain rates in Marty and saw several prominent rainbands primarily east of the center of circulation. Credit: SSAI/NASA/JAXA, Hal Pierce
"29.09.2015 09:25:51" Journey of a Lifetime-Mars NASA wants you to be part of the Journey to Mars. Today, NASA is pushing the boundaries of technology and innovation. NASA’s fleet of robotic scientific explorers at Mars are paving the way for human exploration. Join us in a monumental journey of a
"28.09.2015 16:39:20" NASA News Conference: Evidence of Liquid Water on Today’s Mars Highlights from a Sept. 28, 2015, briefing with NASA officials discussing the strongest evidence yet that liquid water flows intermittently on present-day Mars.
"25.09.2015 15:13:23" GPM Video of Tropical Depression Ida NASA's GPM Analyzes Rainfall in Tropical Storm Ida This flyover animation was created from data taken on Sept. 24, when NASA/JAXA's GPM satellite saw some storms in Ida were dropping heavy rainfall at a rate of 122 mm (4.8 inches) per hour. Some stor
"24.09.2015 18:01:32" Video Zoom into Veil Nebula This video opens with a backyard view of the nighttime sky centered on the constellation Cygnus, the Swan. We zoom into a vast donut-shaped feature called the Veil Nebula. It is the tattered expanding bubble of debris from a star that exploded about
"24.09.2015 17:58:39" 3-D Flyover Visualization of Veil Nebula This 3-D visualization flies across a small portion of the Veil Nebula as photographed by the Hubble Space Telescope. This region is a small part of a huge expanding remnant from a star that exploded many thousands of years ago. Hubble resolves tangl
"24.09.2015 13:26:32" Video Zoom into Veil Nebula This video opens with a backyard view of the nighttime sky centered on the constellation Cygnus, the Swan. We zoom into a vast donut-shaped feature called the Veil Nebula. It is the tattered expanding bubble of debris from a star that exploded about
"23.09.2015 18:44:15" Behind the Webb Episode 28 - Strong and Steady Because the Webb Telescope will be launched into space and operate in an extremely cold environment, it needs to be built with materials that are both lightweight and stable. It needs to maintain its shape despite a range of temperatures. One of the
"21.09.2015 19:16:00" 10 to 1: Bugs Win in NASA Study, One-Year Mission Video Miniseries Highlights Microbes Bugs are winning out, and that’s a good thing according to NASA’s Human Research Program. As part of NASA’s One-Year Mission, researchers are studying how microbes living on astronauts’ skin, inside their bodies and on the International Space Station
"21.09.2015 18:17:01" Heavy Rain and Towering Clouds in Tropical Storm Ida On Sept. 21 NASA/JAXA's GPM satellite some of Tropical Storm Ida's thunderstorms were dropping rain at a rate of over 142 mm (5.6 inches) per hour and thunderstorms were above 17 km (10.5 miles). Credit: SSAI/NASA/JAXA, Hal Pierce
"18.09.2015 19:00:43" Art Meets Science in New Pluto Aerial Tour The latest images (as of Sept. 11, 2015) downloaded from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft were stitched together and rendered on a sphere to make this flyover. This animation, made with the LORRI (Long Range Reconnaissance Imager) images, begins with
"17.09.2015 14:35:52" NASA's GPM Analyzes Tropical Depression Nine Rainfall On Sept. 16, NASA/JAXA's GPM satellite found that the tallest thunderstorms within TD9 were reaching heights of about 14.9 km (9.2 miles) in a feeder band southeast of TD9's center of circulation. The most intense rain was falling at 58.2 mm (2.3 inc
"15.09.2015 18:16:48" Arctic Sea Ice Minimum, 2015 This animation shows the evolution of the Arctic sea ice cover from its wintertime maximum extent, which was reached on Feb. 25, 2015, and was the lowest on record, to its apparent yearly minimum, which occurred on Sept. 11, 2015, and is the fourth l
"14.09.2015 20:16:08" NASA's Digital Learning Network Live Chat Event: Surviving and Thriving on Mars As NASA prepares for humans’ first steps on Mars in the 2030s, it is important to understand what is fact versus fiction about living on Mars. Join the discussion by asking questions of NASA experts through NASA Education’s Digital Learning Network.
"11.09.2015 18:00:08" Approaching the 2015 Arctic Sea Ice Minimum As the sun sets over the Arctic, the end of this year’s melt season is quickly approaching and the sea ice cover has already shrunk to the fourth lowest in the satellite record. With possibly some days of melting left, the sea ice extent could still
"10.09.2015 15:06:42" GPM IMERG Rainfall Analysis of Etau This GPM IMERG analysis shows rainfall total estimates for Japan during the seven day period from September 2 to 9. Extraordinary totals of over 750 mm (29.5 inches) were analyzed near the south-central coast of Honshu near where tropical storm Etau
"09.09.2015 20:24:21" 2017 Total Solar Eclipse in the U.S. On Monday, August 21, 2017, the Moon will pass in front of the Sun, casting its shadow across all of North America. This will be the first total solar eclipse visible in the contiguous United States in 38 years.
"09.09.2015 20:20:50" 2017 Eclipse and the Moon's Orbit Solar eclipses can only occur at New Moon, when the Moon is between the Earth and the Sun. But not every New Moon produces an eclipse. The Moon's orbit is slightly tilted, and as seen in this animation, the tilt causes the Moon's shadow to miss the E
"09.09.2015 20:17:38" 2017 Eclipse Shadow Cones A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon's shadow falls on the Earth. The shadow comprises two concentric cones called the umbra and the penumbra. Within the smaller, central umbra, the Sun is completely blocked by the Moon, and anyone inside the umbra s
"08.09.2015 14:29:10" SDO: Complex Mass of Plasma A small, but complex mass of solar material gyrated and spun about over the course of 40 hours above the surface of the sun on Sept. 1-3, 2015. It was stretched and pulled back and forth by powerful magnetic forces in this sequence captured by NASA’s
"04.09.2015 13:59:19" NASA's 3-D GPM Flyby of Tropical Storm Fred The Global Precipitation Measurement or GPM mission core satellite passed over Fred when it was developing in the Eastern Atlantic early August 30 and saw "hot towers" in the storm, which hinted that the storm was intensifying.
Fred became the first
"03.09.2015 15:25:02" NASA's GPM Sees Hurricane Jimena Weaken East of Hawaii On Sept. 3, GPM showed that Jimena's eyewall (dark red semicircle indicating intense rainfall) continued to erode away on the southern side. Most of the rain bands south of the center have also greatly diminished. Credit: NASA/JAXA/SSAI, Hal Pierce
"01.09.2015 16:47:25" Satellite Movie Shows Two Hurricanes and a Depression This animation of images captured August 29 to September 1 from NOAA's GOES-West satellite shows Hurricane Ignacio near Hawaii, followed by Hurricane Jimena and Tropical Depression 14E. TRT: 00:35
Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"30.08.2015 15:19:05" NASA Measured Erika's Rainfall Totals From Space GPM measured rainfall from Tropical Storm Erika August 21 through 29, 2015. The heaviest rainfall in the analysis was estimated to be over 307 mm (12.1 inches) in the area of Dominica. Credit: NASA/JAXA/SSAI, Hal Pierce
"29.08.2015 19:42:48" Satellite Movie Shows Erika Dissipate This animation of visible and infrared imagery from NOAA's GOES-West satellite from Aug. 27 to 29 shows Tropical Storm Erika move through the Eastern Caribbean Sea and dissipate near eastern Cuba. TRT: 0:50 Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"28.08.2015 19:14:23" NASA’s Sense of Snow: the Airborne Snow Observatory Water is a critical resource in the western U.S. NASA’s Airborne Snow Observatory is giving California water agencies the first complete measurements of the water available in the Sierra snowpack along with data on when the snow will melt.
"28.08.2015 18:50:11" GOES-East Animation of Tropical Storm Erika This animation of GOES-East visible and infrared imagery shows the development and track of Tropical Storm Erika from Aug. 25 to Aug. 28, 2015 ending in eastern Caribbean Sea. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"28.08.2015 18:44:57" The Pluto System As Seen By New Horizons Spacecraft The Pluto system as NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft saw it in July 2015. This animation, made with real images taken by New Horizons, begins with Pluto flying in for its close-up on July 14; we then pass behind Pluto and see the atmosphere glow in sun
"27.08.2015 19:03:52" Satellite Movie Shows Tropical Storm Erika Approaching Puerto Rico This animation of images captured August 25 to 27 from NOAA's GOES-West satellite shows Tropical Storm Erika approaching the Leeward Islands and Puerto Rico. TRT: 00:36 Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"27.08.2015 18:57:02" NASA's GPM Satellite Analyzes Tropical Storm Erika's Rainfall GPM showed thunderstorm cloud tops reaching to just over 14 km (8.6 miles) high and PM showed rainfall of up to 52.8 mm (2.0 inches) per hour. The GPM data was overlaid on infrared data from the GOES-East satellite. Credit: NASA/JAXA/SSAI, Hal Pierc
"27.08.2015 16:57:37" Satellite Movie Shows Three Storms in Eastern, Central Pacific This animation of visible and infrared imagery from NOAA's GOES-West satellite from Aug. 25 to 27 shows Tropical Storm Kilo in the Central Pacific followed by Hurricane Ignacio and Tropical Storm Jimena near southwestern Mexico. Imagery. Credit: NASA
"26.08.2015 17:54:28" Twenty-two Years of Sea Level Rise This visualization shows total sea level change between the beginning of 1993 and the end of 2014, based on data collected from the TOPEX/Poisedon, Jason-1, and Jason-2 satellites. Blue regions are where sea level has gone down, and orange/red region
"26.08.2015 14:48:17" Webb Telescope Backplane Arrives at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Webb Telescope's Backplane arrived at Joint Base Andrews on Monday, August 24, 2015 aboard a U.S. Air Force C-5 cargo plane. The Backplane, inside the Space Telescope Transporter for Air Road and Sea (STTARS) container, is off-loaded from the C-5 and
"26.08.2015 14:30:01" Greenland Ice Mass Loss: Jan. 2004 - June 2014 GRACE consists of twin co-orbiting satellites that fly in a near polar orbit separated by a distance of 220 km. GRACE precisely measures the distance between the two spacecraft in order to make detailed measurements of the Earth's gravitational field
"26.08.2015 14:30:00" Antarctic Ice Mass Loss: Jan. 2004 - June 2014 GRACE consists of twin co-orbiting satellites that fly in a near polar orbit separated by a distance of 220 km. GRACE precisely measures the distance between the two spacecraft in order to make detailed measurements of the Earth's gravitational field
"26.08.2015 14:29:33" GOES-East Animation of Erika's Track This animation of GOES-East visible and infrared imagery shows the development and track of Tropical Storm Erika from Aug. 23 to Aug. 26, 2015. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"26.08.2015 14:21:44" Hurricane Loke Viewed By GPM On August 25, GPM showed that highest storm top heights in Loke reached to above 15.3 km (9.5 miles) and rain falling at over 160 mm (6.3 inches) per hour in intense rainfall near the center. Credit: NASA/JAXA/SSAI, Hal Pierce
"24.08.2015 19:23:23" Boosting Your Body for Lift Off: NASA's One-Year Mission Investigates the Metabolism Learn about One-Year Mission biomarker studies that improve body chemistry, heart and immune system for a journey to Mars.
Related story: http://www.nasa.gov/content/boosting-your-body-for-lift-off
"24.08.2015 13:48:01" GPM 3D Flyby of Kilo NASA's GPM Sees Heavy Rainfall in Tropical Depression Kilo On Aug. 23 at 01:31 UTC, NASA/JAXA's GPM satellite saw rain was falling at a rate of over 121 mm (4.8 inches) in powerful storms on the northern side of Kilo. Those storms reached heights of
"21.08.2015 18:12:12" 2015 GEOS-5 Simulation of Hurricane Katrina This video, created in 2015, combines observational data every 6-hours with NASA’s high-resolution global model (GEOS-5) to produce a global simulation with a horizontal resolution of approximately 4-miles for the period of Katrina in August 2005. T
"21.08.2015 14:58:43" Hurricane Danny Seen By GOES-East This animation of visible and infrared imagery of Hurricane Danny in the Central Atlantic Ocean was taken from NOAA's GOES-East satellite from Aug. 18 to 21. TRT :36 Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"20.08.2015 14:27:00" Cloudsat and MTSAT Satellites Observer Atsani This Aug. 19 image combines cloud imagery from Japan's MTSAT satellite and NASA's CloudSat satellite. Areas of pink and red designate larger amounts of liquid and ice. Light blue indicate smaller cloud droplets. Credit: JAXA/NASA/Colorado State Univ
"20.08.2015 13:48:00" GPM Sees Tropical Storm Danny's Asymmetric Rainfall On Aug. 19, GPM saw Danny's rain structure was still asymmetric as noted by the large rain band (identified by the green arc indicating moderate rain) being located mainly on the eastern side of the storm. Within this rain band, GPM detected rain ra
"19.08.2015 17:31:37" Behind the Webb Episode 27 This episode of "Behind the Webb" explores the multi-tasking capabilities of one of the cameras on the Webb Space Telescope, the Near-Infrared Spectrograph. Newly designed technology known as "microshutters" – tens of thousands of tiny shutters that
"18.08.2015 17:49:03" A Place for Cotton-Tops: Using Satellite Data to Identify Critical Habitat Cotton-top tamarin monkeys are unique to Colombia and there are only 7,500 left. A team at the University of Georgia used NASA satellite data to help Disney’s conservation biologist and Proyecto Titi protect Colombia’s endangered cotton-top tamarin
"14.08.2015 19:16:33" Heliopause Electrostatic Rapid Transit System 2015 Phase I NIAC
"14.08.2015 14:08:18" GOES-West Animation of Hilda's Transition This animation of imagery from NOAA's GOES-West satellite from August 9 through 14, 2015 shows Hilda transition from a hurricane to a remnant low pressure area. Credit: NASA/NOAA's GOES Project
"13.08.2015 17:39:28" NOAA's GOES-14 Rapidscan of Washington's Cougar Creek Fire 1-minute interval GOES-14 SRSO-R visible (0.63 µm) images revealed the pulsing nature of the large Cougar Creek wildfire complex burning in southern Washington (not far southwest of Yakima) on 12 August 2015. The second fire blow-up that began arou
"11.08.2015 17:11:42" Close Up Animation of GPM Estimated Rainfall This animation shows GPM estimated rainfall generated by Typhoon Soudelor between August 3-9, 2015 The rugged terrain amplified rainfall totals with over 1,320 mm (52 inches) being reported in Taiwan. Credit: SSAI/NASA/JAXA, Hal Pierce
"11.08.2015 17:06:57" GPM Estimated Rainfall Generated by Soudelor This animation shows GPM estimated rainfall generated by Typhoon Soudelor between August 3-9, 2015 The rugged terrain amplified rainfall totals with over 1,320 mm (52 inches) being reported in Taiwan. Credit: SSAI/NASA/JAXA, Hal Pierce
"05.08.2015 17:05:47" GPM Movie of Souledor's Rainfall Structure On Aug. 5, the GPM satellite data was used to make a 3-D vertical structure of rainfall within Soudelor. Some storms examined with GPM's radar reached heights of over 12.9 km (about 8 miles) and were dropping rain at a rate of over 87 mm (3.4 inches)
"05.08.2015 14:01:31" EPIC View of Moon Transiting the Earth This animation features actual satellite images of the far side of the moon, illuminated by the sun, as it crosses between the DSCOVR spacecraft's Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC) and telescope, and the Earth - one million miles away.
"05.08.2015 13:41:04" A Voice for Whales: Using Satellite Data to Protect Marine Mammals The WhaleWatch project supported by NASA's Applied Sciences Program uses NASA satellite environmental data to predict the occurrence of whales off the west coast of the United States. WhaleWatch makes that information available on a NOAA-hosted webs
"04.08.2015 15:36:50" Satellite Movie Shows Tropical Storm Guillermo Approaching Hawaii This animation of images captured Aug. 1 to 4 from NOAA's GOES-West satellite shows Tropical Storm Guillermo weaken from a hurricane on its way toward Hawaii. TRT 0:36
"03.08.2015 18:14:46" HRP Nutrition In Space: An Orange a Day Keeps Scurvy Away HRP Nutrition In Space: An Orange a Day Keeps Scurvy Away
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"31.07.2015 14:10:36" Rainfall Accumulation Across the United States (1/1/2015 - 7/16/2015) The accumulated precipitation product visualized here begins on Jan. 1, 2015, and runs through July 16, 2015. This visualization shows the heavy rainfall throughout Northern Texas and across Oklahoma as well as the drought in Southern California.
"30.07.2015 17:07:15" Simulation of Gravitational Microlensing This simulation shows the 22-year journey of a star moving through space and passing directly in front of a more distant background star. All stars drift through space. Occasionally, a star lines up perfectly in front of a more distant star. The mome
"30.07.2015 16:56:02" Atmospheric Rivers in California, December 2014 The atmospheric rivers that drenched California in December 2014 are shown in this data visualization: water vapor (white) and precipitation (red to yellow).
Credit: NASA Goddard Scientific Visualization Studio
"29.07.2015 17:11:48" MMS Spacecraft Transition to Tetrahedral Flying Formation In the latter half of July 2015, the four satellites of the Magnetosphere Multi-scale (MMS) mission move into their tetrahedral formation flying configuration as part of the checkout for the science phase of the mission.
During this phase, the four
"24.07.2015 17:43:04" Flying over Pluto’s icy plains and Hillary Mountains This simulated flyover of two regions on Pluto, northwestern Sputnik Planum (Sputnik Plain) and Hillary Montes (Hillary Mountains), was created from New Horizons close-approach images. Sputnik Planum has been informally named for Earth’s first artifi
"20.07.2015 21:17:57" NASA Fluid Shifts Study Advances Journey to Mars Learn about NASA’s 1YM research and how the Fluid Shifts Study Advances the Journey to Mars
"20.07.2015 19:25:44" Satellite Movie Shows Hurricane Dolores' Remnants Bring Rains to U.S. Southwest This animation of images captured July 17 to 22 from NOAA's GOES-West satellite shows Hurricane Dolores' remnants streaming over the southwestern U.S. The remnants dropped heavy rainfall in California and Arizona. TRT 0:36 Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES P
"17.07.2015 17:26:40" Animated Flyover of Pluto’s Icy Mountain and Plains This simulated flyover of Pluto’s Norgay Montes (Norgay Mountains) and Sputnik Planum (Sputnik Plain) was created from New Horizons closest-approach images. Norgay Montes have been informally named for Tenzing Norgay, one of the first two humans to r
"17.07.2015 17:25:44" Alice Occultation - Gladstone This animation shows how the count rate observed by New Horizons’ Alice instrument decreases as Pluto’s atmosphere passes in front of the sun. The decreasing count rate is due to the ultraviolet sunlight having to pass through progressively larger a
"17.07.2015 17:20:20" Frozen Plains in the Heart of Pluto's 'Heart' In the center left of Pluto’s vast heart-shaped feature – informally named “Tombaugh Regio” - lies a vast, craterless plain that appears to be no more than 100 million years old, and is possibly still being shaped by geologic processes. This frozen r
"16.07.2015 18:31:46" GPM Looks at Typhoon Nangka NASA/JAXA's Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) core observatory satellite passed above Typhoon Nangka on July 15 at 12:21 p.m. EDT and saw the highest thunderstorm tops in the western eye wall were about 12 km (7.4 miles) high. Credit: NASA/JAXA/
"15.07.2015 19:22:25" Mountains on Pluto This movie zooms into the base of the heart-shaped feature on Pluto to highlight a new image captured by NASA's New Horizons. The new image, seen in black and white against a previously released color image of Pluto, shows a mountain range with peaks
"15.07.2015 01:50:51" Views of Pluto From New Horizons' Approach A series of images shows New Horizons' view of Pluto during the final week of its almost 10-year, three-billion-mile journey.
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"01.07.2015 16:20:13" Suzaku Animation This animation depicts the Suzaku spacecraft. Suzaku (originally known as Astro-E2) was launched July 10, 2005, and maintains a low-Earth orbit while it observes X-rays from the universe. The satellite was developed at the Japanese Institute of Space
"01.07.2015 15:51:59" The Wait: New Horizons at Pluto NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft will do its closest flyby of Pluto on July 14, 2015. “The Wait” alludes to not just New Horizons’ 9-year, 3-billion-mile journey, but also the anticipation of people from all walks of life, excited about the first good
"01.07.2015 02:27:21" 6 30 15 Pluto movie annotated NASA JHUAPL SWRI This movie, from New Horizons’ highest-resolution imager, shows Pluto and Charon as the spacecraft closes in. In the annotated version, Pluto’s prime meridian (the region of the planet that faces Charon) is shown in yellow and the equator is shown in
"30.06.2015 14:38:25" Flaring Black Hole Accretion Disk in the Binary System V404 Cygni On June 15, NASA's Swift caught the onset of a rare X-ray outburst from a stellar-mass black hole in the binary system V404 Cygni. Astronomers around the world are watching the event. In this system, a stream of gas from a star much like the sun flow
"30.06.2015 14:23:37" NASA HRP One-Year Mission: Human Factors Learn about the human factors in NASA's One-Year Mission.
"22.06.2015 19:47:33" New Horizons Images of Pluto and Charon NASA's New Horizons spacecraft sees Pluto and Charon in this video released on June 22, 2015. New Horizons is set to make its closest approach to the Pluto on July 14.
"22.06.2015 15:45:32" Satellite Movie Shows Tropical Depression Bill's Remnants Exit U.S. This animation of images captured June 20 to 22 from NOAA's GOES-East satellite shows Tropical Depression Bill's remnants moving through the Ohio Valley and moving off the northeastern U.S. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"19.06.2015 20:49:46" Cygnus Spacecraft Successfully Separates NASA partner Orbital Sciences Corp. Antares rocket's stages, fairing and Cygnus spacecraft have successfully separated as the spacecraft begins its journey to the International Space Station.
"19.06.2015 18:51:53" GOES-East Movie of Tropical Storm Bill This GOES-East animation shows Tropical Storm Bill's movement from June 17 through June 19 from Texas toward the Ohio Valley. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"18.06.2015 20:41:09" GPM Observatory Looks at Tropical Storm Bill's Rainfall This visualization of data from NASA/JAXA's GPM satellite shows rainfall over Texas as Tropical Storm Bill further drenched the state with rain on June 17, 2015 at 6:11 UTC (2:11 a.m. EDT). Shades of blue indicate frozen precipitation in the atmosphe
"18.06.2015 16:53:27" Tropical Storm Bill Rainfall Spreads Inland Data from the NASA's GPM IMERG was used in this analysis to estimate rainfall from Tropical Storm Bill from June 15 to 18, 2015. Rainfall from tropical Storm Bill was spreading over Oklahoma. Credit: NASA/JAXA/SSAI, Hal Pierce
"18.06.2015 16:39:19" GOES Movie of Post-tropical Storm Bill This animation of GOES-East satellite imagery from June 16 to 18 shows the post-tropical storm Bill moving over Texas, Oklahoma and moving into the Ohio Valley. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"17.06.2015 15:18:28" GOES-East Movie of Bill This GOES-East animation shows Tropical Storm Bill's movement and landfall from June 15 through June 17. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"16.06.2015 16:18:46" GOES-East movie of Tropical Storm Bill This movie of GOES-East satellite imagery shows Tropical Storm Bill developing on June 14 and 15 to its landfall along the southeastern Texas coast on June 16. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"16.06.2015 14:49:09" Explore The NASA Safety Center The NASA Safety Center is NASA’s resource for Safety and Mission Assurance expertise, information and tools. Learn more about what the NSC can do for you.
"15.06.2015 15:23:49" System 91L Develops in the Gulf of Mexico This movie of GOES-East satellite imagery shows the low developing near Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula on June 13 and moving north into the Gulf of Mexico by June 15. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"11.06.2015 19:56:46" New Horizons LORRI OPNAV4 Observations 2015-05-28 09:53:00 UTC
"11.06.2015 17:52:51" Hubble Telescope Detects 'Sunscreen' Layer on Distant Planet Using NASA’s Hubble Telescope, scientists detected a stratosphere on the planet WASP-33b. A stratosphere occurs when molecules in the atmosphere absorb ultraviolet and visible light from the star. This absorption warms the stratosphere and acts as a
"10.06.2015 16:53:14" GPM Sees Heavy Rainfall in Tropical Cyclone Ashobaa On June 8, GPM showed that rain was falling in Ashobaa at a rate of over 70.5 mm (about 2.8 inches) per hour (red) in bands of storms west of the center of circulation. Credit: NASA/JAXA/SSAI, Hal Pierce
"10.06.2015 15:20:25" Are We Applying Lessons Learned from Past Programs KSF May 21, 2008 - A HEOMD-sponsored Knowledge Sharing Forum (KSF) on the discussion of the application of lessons learned from previous NASA programs with Bo Bejmuk.
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"10.06.2015 15:15:44" Ares Projects Lessons Learned KSF November 9, 2011 - A HEOMD-sponsored Knowledge Sharing Forum (KSF) on the discussion of Ares Projects Lessons Learned with R.H. Coates.
Click on the following link to view the presentation: http://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/atoms/files/ares_pr
"10.06.2015 15:09:33" Commercial Orbital Transportation Services (COTS) KSF November 13, 2013 - A HEOMD-sponsored Knowledge Sharing Forum (KSF) on Commercial Orbital Transportation Services (COTS) Program Lessons Learned.
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"09.06.2015 17:12:08" GPM Flyby of Ashobaa This GPM core satellite 3-D view of Tropical Cyclone Ashobaa revealed the storm had very powerful thunderstorms near the center of the newly formed storm reaching heights above 17 km (10.5 miles). Credit: SSAI/NASA/JAXA, Hal Pierce
"09.06.2015 15:06:38" GPM Sees Slow Start of India's 2015 Monsoon Season This animation shows the GPM core observatory total rainfall that fell from June 1 to 8. 2015 at the start of India's Monsoon Season as calculated by Integrated Multi-satellitE Retrievals for GPM (IMERG) processing .
Credit: NASA/SSAI/Hal Pierce
"05.06.2015 20:39:34" NASA HRP One-Year Mission: Combating Stress & Fatigue Learn about NASA’s 1YM research and how it will help combat stress and fatigue.
"03.06.2015 17:00:03" Numerical Simulation of Nix's Rotation This is a numerical simulation of the orientation of Nix as seen from the center of the Pluto system. It has been sped up so that one orbit of Nix around Pluto takes 2 seconds instead of 25 days. Large wobbles are visible, and occasionally the pole f
"03.06.2015 16:25:13" Satellite Movie Shows Andres Weaken to a Tropical Storm This animation of imagery from NOAA's GOES-West satellite from June 1 to 3 shows Hurricane Andres eye disappear and weaken to a tropical storm in the Eastern Pacific Ocean, south of Baja California, Mexico. NASA/NOAA GOES Project
"29.05.2015 18:29:29" Space Shuttle Launch to Landing
"28.05.2015 21:44:58" Rains Across the U.S. Great Plains This animation shows the movement of the rains across the Great Plains and the color coding provides info on the amount of rain that fell in each area.
"27.05.2015 17:00:02" Hubble Time-lapse Shows Shock Collision in Black Hole Jet This time-lapse movie of an extragalactic jet was assembled from 20 years of Hubble Space Telescope observations of the core of the elliptical galaxy NGC 3862.
Credit: NASA, ESA, and E. Meyer STScI
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"27.05.2015 13:21:38" Photonic Laser Thruster Demo NIAC Fellow Young Bae's Photonic Laser Thruster (PLT). This is a demo of his PLT moving a 1 lb object on a track in his lab using just light (photons).
"26.05.2015 20:05:13" CYGNSS
"22.05.2015 18:58:48" Pioneering Space Great philosophers, thinkers and writers have embraced the pioneering spirit—full of wonder, risk and great ventures into the unknown.
"22.05.2015 14:55:40" 1965 Gemini 4 NASA
"22.05.2015 13:58:24" Kyle White Medal of honor recipient, Kyle White, spoke at the Goddard Space Flight Center on May 21, 2015, about his military service in recognition of Memorial Day.
"21.05.2015 18:34:45" Mamta Patel Nagaraja DexSchool
"20.05.2015 18:34:41" Women@NASA - Sylvia Johnson | NASA Ames Research Center Sylvia Johnson - Chief Materials Technologist, Entry Systems and Technology Division, NASA Ames Research Center
For more information about the Women@NASA program, please visit http://women.nasa.gov
"20.05.2015 17:51:49" Type 1a Supernova Animation Animation showing a binary star system in which a white dwarf accretes matter from a normal companion star. Matter streaming from the red star accumulates on the white dwarf until the dwarf explodes. With its partner destroyed, the normal star careen
"20.05.2015 17:31:32" Nuclear Systems As NASA continues its exploration of Deep Space, it must find alternative power sources when sunlight is not available. NASA's Space Technology Mission Directorate is investigating the use of Fission Power, as an alternate way to sustain its presence
"19.05.2015 18:09:57" 2003 Halloween Storm CMEs This video recorded by SOHO's LASCO C3 instrument covers from Oct. 18 - Nov. 7, 2003 and shows halo coronal mass ejections or CMEs expanding out from the sun and striking SOHO's CCD recorders, creating a snow-like pattern. These CMEs were associated
"19.05.2015 15:15:49" NASA HRP iRAT Integrated Resistance Aerobic Training Run far or run fast? NASA investigates with latest study
"14.05.2015 18:23:25" ATLAS Structure Put Together for ICESat-2 Watch Goddard engineers create one ATLAS
Credit: Tyler Evans, Goddard Opto-Mechanical Engineer.
"12.05.2015 18:30:34" New Horizons Spots Pluto’s Faintest Known Moons For the first time, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft has photographed Kerberos and Styx – the smallest and faintest of Pluto’s five known moons.
"12.05.2015 18:18:25" NASA is with You When You Fly Did you know that NASA's with you when you fly? There's NASA-developed technology on board every U.S. aircraft and in every U.S. air traffic control tower.
"12.05.2015 16:03:27" Future Engineers 3-D Print Timelapse NASA Challenges K-12 students to create a model of a container for space using 3-D modeling software. Astronauts need containers of all kinds - from advanced containers that can study fruit flies to simple containers that collect Mars rocks or store
"08.05.2015 17:44:48" ISS Module: William Gerstenmaier, Part 7 The Dangers of Complacency
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"08.05.2015 17:44:18" ISS Module: William Gerstenmaier, Part 6 Space Hardware/Software Testing Philosophy
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"08.05.2015 17:44:18" ISS Module: William Gerstenmaier, Part 5 Critical Conversations
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"08.05.2015 17:44:18" ISS Module: William Gerstenmaier, Part 4 Handling Dissenting Opinions
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"08.05.2015 17:44:18" ISS Module: William Gerstenmaier, Part 3 Shuttle Return To Flight: Focus On What You Can Control
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"08.05.2015 17:44:18" ISS Module: William Gerstenmaier, Part 2 Be Prepared For The Unexpected: Technical
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"08.05.2015 17:44:18" ISS Module: William Gerstenmaier, Part 1 Be Prepared For The Unexpected: Programmatic
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"07.05.2015 20:47:52" ISS Module Introduction Video
"05.05.2015 13:53:05" GPM's Rainfall Rate Analysis for Quang The rainfall accumulation analysis above was computed from data generated by the Integrated Multi-satellite Retrievals for GPM (IMERG) during the period from April 28 to May 3, 2015. Credit: SSAI/NASA, Hal Pierce
"01.05.2015 14:49:23" Ava's Rocket Launch July 2014
"28.04.2015 17:20:04" NASA’s Space Technology Investments for Mars Benefitting Life on Earth NASA's technology investments enable the nation to achieve its space exploration and discovery goals, but the innovations also benefit the public here on earth. The commercialization of NASA technologies has directly contributed to products and servi
"24.04.2015 19:57:20" Hubble 25th Anniversary: NASA Social at Goddard NASA's Hubble Space Telescope celebrated its 25th anniversary on April 24, 2015. To mark the occasion, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland -- home of Hubble operations -- hosted a NASA Social on April 23.
Among the day's activi
"20.04.2015 16:36:45" ICESat-2's Instrument Lifted from Space-Simulating Chamber Once in orbit, the Ice, Cloud and land Elevation Satellite-2 will go from basking in the heat of the sun to freezing in Earth’s shadow every 90 minutes. And every second in that orbit, it will need to take thousands of precise measurements of the hei
"20.04.2015 16:36:27" ICESat-2's Instrument on the Move Once in orbit, the Ice, Cloud and land Elevation Satellite-2 will go from basking in the heat of the sun to freezing in Earth’s shadow every 90 minutes. And every second in that orbit, it will need to take thousands of precise measurements of the hei
"09.04.2015 14:51:56" GPM Visualization of Maysak on March 30, 2015 Visualization depicting Typhoon Mayask in the Southwest Pacific region as observed by the Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Core Satellite on March 30th, 2015. GPM/GMI precipitation rates are displayed as the camera moves in on the storm. A slic
"09.04.2015 14:07:46" Astronaut Steve Swanson Visits Goddard On Tuesday, 3 March 2015, a special guest visited NASA Goddard Space Flight Center during his time back on Earth. Steven Swanson, NASA astronaut, intrigued the audience by highlighting his adventures during his most recent space mission. He shared h