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Read News: NASA’s Terra Satellite Celebrates 100,000 Orbits
NASA’s Terra Satellite Celebrates 100,000 Orbits
10-16-2018
More than 400 miles above Earth, a satellite the size of a school bus is earning its frequent flyer miles. >>

Read News: All Eyes on Hurricane Michael
All Eyes on Hurricane Michael
10-10-2018
Many NASA instruments are keeping tabs on Hurricane Michael from space, including AIRS and MISR. Here's what they've seen. >>

Read News: NASA Instrument Sees Hurricane Florence in 3D
NASA Instrument Sees Hurricane Florence in 3D
09-13-2018
MISR passed over the hurricane Thurs., Sept. 13, as it approached the eastern coast of the U.S. and captured the storm in 3D. >>

Read News: Multiple NASA Instruments Capture Hurricane Lane
Multiple NASA Instruments Capture Hurricane Lane
08-24-2018
NASA's Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR) captured images of Lane on just before noon local time on Aug. 24. >>

Read News: NASA's MISR Views Raging Fires in California
NASA's MISR Views Raging Fires in California
07-31-2018
More than a dozen wildfires are burning in the state of California. MISR imaged two of them from space. >>

Read News: Probing Kilauea’s Plume
Probing Kilauea’s Plume
05-15-2018
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. >>

Read News: Using Satellites to Track the Tinder Fire
Using Satellites to Track the Tinder Fire
05-09-2018
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. >>