Brasilia at Night

Here’s what’s going on at the NASA Earth Observatory, brought to you by Fred Beyer at EarthSciTeach.

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Tropical Cyclone Yasi

Ozone Hole through the years

Brasília at Night

Receding Flood Waters around Rockhampton, Queensland

Bloom in the Ross Sea

A Day of Night-Shining Clouds

Night-Shining Clouds are Getting Brighter

Arctic Oscillation Chills North America, Warms Arctic


Little Instrument that Could Reaches Flight Milestone

NASA Scientists Study More Than Rockets in the ‘Deep South’

NASA’s Salt-Seeking Instrument Gets Blanketed in Silver

Headlines from the press, radio, and television

Greenland glaciers spring surprise

Survey to probe Arctic ice melt

Coral Moves North to Beat the Heat

Drought in Dixie

Experts seek Arctic climate early warning system

‘Hidden Plumbing’ Helps Slow Greenland Ice Flow: Hotter Summers May Actually Slow Down Flow of Glaciers

First-Ever Global Map of Surface Permeability Informs Water Supply, Climate Modelling

Time Machine for Climate Scientists: Earth’s Extreme Weather Events Since 1871 Reanalyzed

A Clearer Picture of How Rivers and Deltas Develop

Climate Change Threatens Many Tree Species

Aging and failed satellites jeopardize efforts to collect data on climate change

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