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NASA’s PACE Data on Ocean, Atmosphere, Climate Now Available

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NASA is now publicly distributing science-quality data from its newest Earth-observing satellite, providing first-of-their-kind measurements of ocean health, air quality, and the…

Article1 month ago

PACE Mission’s Sujung Go: Helping Humanity and the Environment

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Research scientist Sujung Go analyzes atmospheric data to help humanity and the environment. Name: Sujung Go Title: Research scientist Organization:…

Article3 months ago
The MAIA satellite mission, a partnership between NASA and Italy's Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (ASI), will investigate the effects of particulate matter air pollution on human health.

Getting to the Heart of the (Particulate) Matter

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A first-ever partnership between NASA, epidemiologists and health organizations will use data from a new NASA space mission to study…

Article4 years ago

NASA’s Terra satellite celebrates 100,000 orbits

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On Oct. 6, NASA’s Terra completed 100,000 orbits around Earth, providing one of the longest running climate satellite data records.

Article6 years ago
Heavy human-caused pollution can suppress the growth of rain-producing clouds

NASA study untangles smoke, pollution effects on clouds

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Smoke and human-caused pollution have different effects on the clouds that produce much of Earth's rainfall, a new study finds.

Article6 years ago
NASA Earth Observatory images by Joshua Stevens, using GEOS data from the Global Modeling and Assimilation Office at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.

Just another day on aerosol Earth

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During one day in August, tropical cyclones, dust storms, and fires spread tiny particles throughout the atmosphere.

Article6 years ago