04.22.13 - Light is more than meets the eye -- the human eye, that is. This spring's HyspIRI airborne campaign took a look at light that we can't see to study Earth's chemistry.
04.22.13 - An image from NASA's LDCM satellite may look like a simple black-and-white image of a dramatic landscape, but it tells a story of temperature.
04.17.13 - After a thunderstorm recently moved through the Kennedy Space Center, ecologists rescued two eaglets after their nest was blown to the ground.
04.16.13 - IceBridge closed out the fourth week of its Arctic campaign with a flight over the striking landscape of eastern Greenland's Geikie Peninsula and a survey of a Canadian ice cap before taking two days off over the weekend.
04.12.13 - Operation IceBridge flew over Jakobshavn glacier and others in southeast Greenland, while conducting educational outreach with students and embedded teachers.
04.11.2013 - NASA-developed wildfire imaging sensor has begun test flights onboard a USFS aircraft in preparation for this year's wildfire season.
04.09.13 - The second stage of IceBridge's Arctic deployment is now in full swing, with surveys of glaciers on both the east and west coasts of Greenland.
04.03.13 - A versatile NASA airborne imaging radar system is showcasing its broad scientific prowess for studying our home planet during a month-long expedition over the Americas.
04.03.13 - The Arctic Ocean's icy cover reached its annual maximum extent on February 28. At 5.82 million square miles, the 2013 sea ice winter extent is the fifth lowest in the satellite era.
04.02.13 - This video takes a look back at the best views of Earth from space in 2012.
04.02.13 - NASA Glenn researchers joined with scientists at Chicago's Morton Arboretum to learn more about the biomechanics of tree failure.
04.01.2013 - NASA Earth science researchers recently traveled to Turrialba Volcano, near San Jose, Costa Rica to study its chemical environment.
01.29.13 - ISS-RapidScat will launch to the space station in 2014 aboard a SpaceX Dragon resupply mission.
02.28.13 - A mini-submarine designed and funded by NASA played a key role in a recent international expedition to explore a remote subglacial lake beneath the frozen Antarctic ice sheet.
02.25.13 - NASA scientists report that warmer temperatures and changes in precipitation locally and regionally have altered the growth of large forest areas.
02.12.13 - A new study using data from a pair of gravity-measuring NASA satellites finds that large parts of the arid Middle East region lost freshwater reserves rapidly during the past decade.
02.27.13 - Aquarius, NASA’s first satellite instrument specifically built to study the salt content of ocean surface waters, has shown some remarkable variations in its first year of data.
07.23.12 - These Landsat images of Amazonian deforestation in Rondônia, a state in Western Brazil, provided conclusive, impartial evidence of the increasing loss of global tropical rain forests.
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03.21.13 - Turning on new satellite instruments is like opening new eyes. On March 21, LDCM released its first images of Earth.› Related Story →