A new study of the April 2010 earthquake near the California-Mexico border gives the most comprehensive before-and-after picture of a quake zone.
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In the first comprehensive satellite study of its kind, a University of Colorado at Boulder-led team used NASA data to calculate how much Earth's melting land ice is adding to global sea level rise.
NASA scientists created a companion image to the wildly popular 'Blue Marble' released Jan. 25, 2012.
The Clouds and the Earth's Radiant Energy System instrument had its 'first light' moment aboard the Suomi NPP satellite.
Scientists have shown that it is possible to detect and measure snow from space, but much remains unknown about snow.
Greenhouse gases generated by human activity, not changes in solar activity, are the primary force driving global warming, according to a new NASA study.
Severe weather is expected to impact the southeastern U.S. today, January 26.
An ocean ecologist finds a way to utilize Landsat to evaluate global changes to the fragile coral reefs.
Inconsistencies between satellite observations of Earth's heat and measurements of ocean heating led NASA scientists to reexamine the data to solve the puzzle.
The global average surface temperature in 2011 was the ninth warmest since 1880, according to NASA scientists.
La Niña is peaking, increasing the odds of more stormy winter and spring weather in the Pacific Northwest, with dry conditions in the southwestern and southern United States.
NASA’s G-III research aircraft has completed a week-long airborne radar study to aid understanding of processes occurring under the Kilauea volcano.
NASA DEVELOP students are moving beyond the conventional format of the traditional poster session to reach a larger audience.
A new study by NASA highlights air pollution control measures that, if implemented, could slow the pace of global warming, improve health and boost agricultural production.
NASA’s G-III research aircraft returns to Hawaii for a week-long UAVSAR study to aid understanding of processes occurring under the Kilauea volcano.
A NASA study allays concerns melting Arctic sea ice could be increasing Arctic freshwater enough to impact the global "ocean conveyor belt" that redistributes Earth's heat.
A cosmic alignment of the sun, Earth, and the center of our galaxy on the winter solstice happens every year without event, and poses no danger in 2012.
Sensors on three NASA science aircraft recorded data on water fluctuation between soil and the atmosphere over California's San Joaquin Valley.
Given the vastness of space and the long times between supernovae, astronomers can say with certainty that there is no threatening star close enough to hurt Earth.