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2014/12/19 13:39
2014/12/19 13:39
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Underwater structures of the Great Bahamas Bank are pictured in this image from the Landsat-8 satellite on 5 February. Sitting north of Cuba, the bank is made of limestone – mainly from the skeletal...
2014/12/19 13:39
2014/12/19 13:39
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2014/12/18 20:40
2014/12/18 20:40
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A pulse of water released down the lower reaches of the Colorado River last spring resulted in more than a 40 percent increase in green vegetation where the water flowed, as seen by the Landsat 8...
2014/12/17 21:42
2014/12/17 21:42
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With a new look at daily data from the NOAA/NASA Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership (Suomi NPP) satellite, a NASA scientist and colleagues have identified how patterns in nighttime light...
2014/12/17 19:42
2014/12/17 19:42
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The experimental pulse flow of water was the result of a U.S.-Mexico agreement called Minute 319. "The pulse flow worked," said Karl W. Flessa, co-chief scientist for the Minute 319 Science Team. "A...
2014/12/17 18:39
2014/12/17 18:39
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NASA's Landsat has captured a 9000-kilometre swathe of land in an unbroken panorama. On a planet that's made up of over 70 per cent water, having a satellite capture a strip of land of any great...
2014/12/15 21:21
2014/12/15 21:21
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And now, this week, two studies suggest virtually the same thing about the still more massive ice sheet of Greenland, which, if it were to melt entirely, could raise global sea levels by as much as 23...
2014/12/12 13:39
2014/12/12 13:39
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Scientists have discovered that penguin and seabird poo (guano) from colonies around the Antarctic Peninsula has a unique spectral signature that can be identified from satellite imagery. The results...
2014/12/05 20:18
2014/12/05 20:18
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This is part two of a two-part story about Northland Community and Technical College’s first agriculture-related unmanned aerial system flights in Roseau County this past summer. by David Hill The...
2014/12/04 19:22
2014/12/04 19:22
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Brazil will launch a satellite from China Sunday to keep an eye in the sky on deforestation in the Amazon, the National Space Agency (Inpe) said Thursday. An agency spokesman said the launch of the...
2014/11/28 05:42
2014/11/28 05:42
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Illegal logging and small stakeholders continue to chop away at the Amazon, but they’ve done so at the slowest rate of clear cutting since 1988, the Brazilian government said this week. According to...
2014/11/27 12:31
2014/11/27 12:31
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In 2014, the eastern lobe of the Aral Sea dried up, bringing attention to the human impact on the Central Asian landscape. But the Aral Sea isn’t the only lake in the region that is losing water. In...
2014/11/25 12:31
2014/11/25 12:31
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One of the Islands of the Four Mountains, Herbert is a volcanic island located in the Aleutian chain off of Alaska. A symmetrical stratovolcano stands in its center, rising 1,280 meters (4,200 feet)...
2014/11/24 12:31
2014/11/24 12:31
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In China's Badain Jaran Desert, dozens of lakes mingle with the tallest sand dunes in the world. Researchers have long studied these features, yet mystery continues to enshroud them. What is the...
2014/11/23 16:18
2014/11/23 16:18
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The Landsat program involves a series of successive satellites that each take tens of thousands of pictures of Earth over their life time. The first Landsat satellite was launched into orbit in 1972,...
2014/11/23 02:45
2014/11/23 02:45
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This astronaut photograph taken on Nov. 27, 2010, provides a view of tidal flats and channels near Sandy Cay, on the western side of Long Island, and along the eastern margin of the Great Bahama Bank,...
2014/11/19 15:42
2014/11/19 15:42
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The National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) is part of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder. A new book from the international...
2014/11/17 14:39
2014/11/17 14:39
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A new book released this week highlights how the view from space with Earth-orbiting sensors is being used to protect some of the world's most interesting, changing, and threatened places. From space,...
2014/11/14 19:40
2014/11/14 19:40
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For more images like these or to find out more about the landforms featured, see NASA's "Earth as Art," available to download or as a free ebook. Photo By Boyd, John/Source: "Earth as Art," published...
2014/12/19 13:39
2014/12/19 13:39
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