Category Archives: Earth Observation

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America’s Cleanest and Dirtiest States

(Source Modernize.com) – America’s energy policy has been the subject of much recent debate: From the Pope’s public advocacy of environmental stewardship to the EPA’s toughened regulations on pollution from petroleum refineries,…

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Brilliant fireball seen over Bangkok Thailand

Monday morning video captured what appears to be something re-entering the atmosphere over Thailand. There were several photos and videos of a mystery fireball that briefly illuminated the Bangkok sky. The…

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Solar Storm causing Auroras as low as New York, Wisconsin

There is a Geomagnetic event in progress and it may allow viewing of Auroras as low as New York to Wisconsin and Washington state.  If the skys are clear you should go…

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Bright Fireball seen over New York, Ohio area

(NASA) – A very bright fireball seen over New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania at 4:45:17 EST this morning, February 17th. It was captured by three NASA cameras. The video came…

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North American Droughts longer than in past 1000 years

(NASA) Droughts in the U.S. Southwest and Central Plains during the last half of this century could be drier and longer than drought conditions seen in those regions in the…

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Satellite View Colorful and Plankton-full Patagonian Waters

(NASA) – Late spring and summer weather brings blooms of color to the Atlantic Ocean off of South America, at least from a satellite view. The Patagonian Shelf Break is…

2014 Arctic Ice Minimum

Arctic Sea Ice at Sixth Lowest Recorded Level

As if we needed more bad news about global warming, data from the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) at the University of Colorado, Boulder.Arctic shows sea ice coverage…

Odile Hurricane

Video of Hurricane Odile Making Landfall from GOES Satellite

This movie was made by the GOES West Satellite. It shows Hurricane Odile Make Landfall in Baja California Video was captured September 13 through September 15. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project