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Probing Kilauea’s Plume    Probing Kilauea’s Plume
Since plumes can disperse over vast areas, satellites are particularly useful for monitoring them. For instance, MISR acquires stereo images that can be used to measure the height of volcanic plumes. >>
Using Satellites to Track the Tinder Fire    Using Satellites to Track the Tinder Fire
In April 2018, an abandoned campfire in Arizona grew into a fast-moving wildfire that charred more than 50 square kilometer. On April 30, MISR captured information about the height of the smoke plume. >>
Looking at the Moon to Better See Earth    Looking at the Moon to Better See Earth
NASA’s Terra satellite was built to observe Earth, and for more than 17 years its imagers have looked downward for 24 hours a day. However, the satellite recently trained its eyes on a different celestial body. >>
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Remote Sensing Announces Special MISR Issue
Manuscripts on the subject of MISR or MISR data will be accepted until September 28, 2018.
2018 Science Team Meeting
The Science Team Meeting will be February 14-15, 2018 on the Caltech campus in Pasadena, CA.
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