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New Earth Mission Will Track Rising Oceans Into 2030

November 22, 2019

Earth’s climate is changing, and the study of oceans is vital to understanding the effects of those changes…
Velocity changes in the slide area, March 2015 to May 2017. In winter 2015-16, slide speeds increased with the winter rains and then slowed steadily until the following winter. In winter 2016-17, heavy rains caused the landslide to accelerate twice, first in December 2016 and then again in March 2017. The scientists think the double acceleration may have been a signal of the impending collapse in May. Credit: Google/SIO/NOAA/U.S. Navy/NGA/GEBCO/Landsat/Copernicus
Drought, Deluge Turned Stable Landslide into Disaster

February 8, 2019

“Stable landslide” sounds like a contradiction in terms, but there are indeed places on Earth where land has…
Deadly Indonesian Quake Was a Rare ‘Superfast’ Event

February 5, 2019

Last September’s major earthquake near Palu City on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi was a rare supershear event,…
All Eyes on Hurricane Michael

October 11, 2018

Hurricane Michael plowed into the Florida panhandle Wednesday, Oct. 10, as a major Category 4 storm — the…
Hurricane Florence as Viewed by NASA’s AIRS Instrument

September 13, 2018

All eyes were on Hurricane Florence Wednesday as the Category 3 storm barreled toward the U.S. East Coast.…
Multiple NASA Instruments Capture Hurricane Lane

August 25, 2018

nstruments on NASA’s Terra and Aqua satellites were watching as Hurricane Lane — a category 2 storm as…
Severe Storms Show off their “Plume-age”

August 16, 2018

It’s not quite a smoking gun, but one could be forgiven for thinking of it that way: a…
Shake rattle and code

May 2, 2018

Southern California defines cool. The perfect climes of San Diego, the glitz of Hollywood, the magic of Disneyland.…
Before the Flood Arrives: Help from the Satellites

April 28, 2018

New NASA Study May Improve Future River-Observing Satellites River floods are one of the most common and devastating…
NASA Covers Wildfires from Many Sources

January 25, 2018

NASA’s satellite instruments are often the first to detect wildfires burning in remote regions, and the locations of…
Exascale in motion on earthquake risks

October 14, 2017

Assessing large magnitude (greater than 6 on the Richter scale) earthquake hazards on a regional (up to 100…
Italy’s drought seen from space

September 6, 2017

Despite the welcome showers at the weekend, abnormally low soil-moisture conditions persist in central Italy. Scientists are using…
Using real-world data, scientists answer key questions about an atmospheric release

August 24, 2017

In the event of an accidental radiological release from a nuclear power plant reactor or industrial facility, tracing…
Sleuthing for Seismic Answers in the Sooner State

June 30, 2017

NASA-led Study Examines Geology of Oklahoma’s Largest Earthquake Oklahomans are no strangers to Mother Nature’s whims. From tornadoes…
Satellites confirm sinking of San Francisco tower

November 26, 2016

The Sentinel-1 satellites have shown that the Millennium Tower skyscraper in the centre of San Francisco is sinking…
Keep an automatic eye on seismic zones

October 31, 2016

The Copernicus Sentinel-1 twin radar satellites combined with cloud computing are monitoring Europe’s earthquake zones by searching for…
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