01.26.12 - An ocean ecologist finds a way to utilize Landsat to evaluate global changes to the fragile coral reefs.
09.22.11 - NASA's new Aquarius instrument has produced its first global map of the salinity of the ocean surface, providing an early glimpse of the mission's anticipated discoveries.
08.08.11 - NPP has successfully completed its most comprehensive end-to-end compatibility test of the actual satellite and all five scientific instruments.
08.02.11 - Testing to evaluate whether a satellite is ready for space occurs at several levels. Some individual parts and each individual instrument from the satellite go through three types of testing.
06.03.11 - This Earth Day, we asked you to share your inspiring vision about NASA’s exploration of Earth. We are in awe, and here are our winners.
04.22.11 - What do polar bears, hummingbirds, clams, bowhead whales and invasive plant species have to do with Earth science spacecraft orbiting overhead 24/7?
04.22.11 - NASA recently performed emissions testing on alternative, renewable fuels for a greener and less petroleum-dependent future.
04.22.11 - NASA interns are walking the "go green" walk this Earth Day as they present their end-of-term projects online.
04.21.11 - NPP, a minibus-sized satellite, will monitor a broad range of land, ocean, and atmospheric phenomena and build on our knowledge of our home planet.
04.21.11 - NASA posts a continuous stream of new images from the agency’s fleet of 13 Earth-orbiting satellites and many research aircraft to the agency's website as well as on Twitter and Facebook. NASA's collective eyes on Earth are pioneering scientists' ability to see our home planet around the clock in order to better understand how it works.