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Citizen Science
Feb 22, 2022

Habitat Mapper citizen science data 2017–2020. GeoHealth, 5, e2021GH000436. https://doi.org/10.1029/2021GH000436 Mims, F. M., III, L. H. Chambers, and D. Brooks, “...

Universe, Solar System, Sun, Earth
Aug 24, 2011

in the operation of instruments onboard an aircraft to sample atmospheric chemicals, and/or to image land and water surfaces in multiple spectral bands. Research areas...

Earth
Aug 31, 1998

Earth Science Enterprise Information on Earth Science missions, etc.  Global Hydrology and Climate Center studies the global water cycle and its effect on climate....

Apr 20, 1999

Earth's atmosphere. Their telescopes must therefore always be positioned high above the ground or in space. Infrared telescopes are placed on mountaintops, far above the...

Universe
Nov 3, 2006

and Boughn's calculations rely on radio and x-ray fluxes emitted from small, central regions of x-ray bright galaxies. The radio and x-ray emission comes from a black hole's...

Universe
Jan 7, 2022

: TESS/Hubble: “A Mirage or an Oasis? A Tentative Detection of Water Vapor in an Exoplanet Atmosphere”   Spitzer: “Observing Seasons on a Migrating Giant...

Earth
Oct 1, 1998

turn at about 12 rpm to keep breast tissue constructs suspended inside the culture media. Syringes allow scientists to pull samples for analysis during growth sequences. The...

Earth, Solar System
Sep 3, 2002

Mars Lander to a human mission on Mars requires more power--about 30 kW to heat and cool a human habitat, run computers and lights, make oxygen, recycle water and recharge...

Earth
Apr 12, 1999

reactivity," he said. "And we haven't even stressed anything out yet."   IEC fusion would work best with a couple of unusual fusion cycles. One uses deuterium (...

Nov 7, 2012

water extent, and alterations in vegetation structure and function. Environmental change in this region is increasingly affecting society in a variety of ways, including...

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