Climate Change

La particion del glaciar Jakobshavn desde 1850 hasta 2006

NASA with its Earth-observing satellites can help better understand how human activity is changing Earth's climate.

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Biofuels



    What's green, slimy and packed full of energy? Algae, of course! This biofuel is just one of the many renewable energies NASA studies. Biofuels could generate and store energy for long-term human habitation and exploration. It also helps here on Earth by reducing our carbon footprint.
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Interviews

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Background Information


    Alternative Energy Crops in Space

    What if space held the key to producing alternative energy crops on Earth? That's what researchers are hoping to find in a new experiment on the International Space Station.

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Resources

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Opportunities and Activities