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Read News: From Space and in the Air, NASA Tracks California's Wildfires
From Space and in the Air, NASA Tracks California's Wildfires
09-01-2020
Earth-observing instruments on satellites and aircraft are mapping the current fires, providing data products to agencies on the ground that are responding to the emergency. >>

Read News: Terra MISR Used to Visualize Cloud-top Heights From Tropical Storm Laura in 3D
Terra MISR Used to Visualize Cloud-top Heights From Tropical Storm Laura in 3D
08-28-2020
This perspective can help researchers spot features in a hurricane, including those that could indicate whether a hurricane will intensify or weaken. >>

Read News: Giant Saharan Dust Cloud Moves Over the Atlantic as Seen by MISR
Giant Saharan Dust Cloud Moves Over the Atlantic as Seen by MISR
06-26-2020
Every year around 200 million metric tons of dust – a mass of more than 600 Empire State Buildings – blows off the Saharan Desert in North Africa and out over the Atlantic Ocean. In the summer, some of this dust can reach the Caribbean Islands and even the United States mainland, affecting visibility and air quality. On June 17, 2020 a large dust storm formed in the western part of the Sahara, producing a massive dust cloud that began moving across the Atlantic. >>

Read News: Introducing the New MISR Aerosol Product
Introducing the New MISR Aerosol Product
02-10-2020
JPL and NASA Langley Atmospheric Data Center (ASDC) released a new version of the MISR aerosol products, which feature significant improvements. >>

Read News: Terra: Five Instruments—One Monumental Data Record
Terra: Five Instruments—One Monumental Data Record
01-29-2020
After more than 20 years in space, the five instruments aboard NASA’s Terra satellite continue their singular achievement of compiling a climate data record of Earth. >>