09.02.09 - In 2002, NASA created a video tour of Earth's frozen regions using satellite data. This year, NASA visualizers are taking viewers on a return trip to see what's changed over the years.
09.01.09 - Even as global air and ocean temperatures march upward, the extent of the sea ice around the southern continent isn’t decreasing. In fact, it's increasing and scientists want to know why.
09.01.09 - NASA and other research scientists recently combined the high spatial coverage from satellites with a longer record from Cold War submarines to piece together a history of ice thickness that spans close to 50 years.
08.28.09 - The dust-filled disks where new planets may be forming around other stars occasionally take on some difficult-to-understand shapes.
08.25.09 - Researchers using space-based lasers have created the most comprehensive inventory of lakes that actively drain or fill under Antarctica's ice.
08.25.09 - Besides making delicious honey to enjoy on biscuits, bees have yet another role: that of climate data collectors.
08.24.09 - More powerful computers needed to process the sophisticated computer models used in climate forecasts are now being developed at Goddard.
08.21.09 - NASA has released a video of Hurricane Bill today from the GOES-14 satellite. The video was put together from a series of still frames taken by the satellite using both infrared and visible imagery and provides different views of Hurricane Bill on August 20.
08.20.09 - On August 17, 2009, at 1:31 p.m. EST, the latest NASA/NOAA geostationary weather satellite, called GOES-14, returned its first full-disk thermal infrared (IR) image, showing radiation with a wavelength of 10.7 micrometers emanating from Earth.
08.20.09 - NASA Television has been honored with a Primetime Emmy Award by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.