Intriguing Image of the Week

Quake-Induced Avalanche?

The fortuitous timing of some recent NASA science flights gave scientists a rare opportunity to see what can happen when Earth’s polar regions are shaken by an earthquake.

Read more »

INDUSTRY INSIGHTS & TRENDS

Understanding the Science of Sunglint Understanding the Science of Sunglint
If you look frequently at satellite imagery or astronaut photography, you’ve probably noticed bright patches of light that can make certain bodies of water gleam with unusual color.
Read more »
Minnesota County Gets FAA Drone Approval Minnesota County Gets FAA Drone Approval
Imagery that once took months to process now could be available to Minnesota’s Le Sueur County in just days. On top of that, the county is the state’s first to use this type of technology. Read more »
Update: NASA Studies Hurricanes with Unmanned Aircraft Update: NASA Studies Hurricanes with Unmanned Aircraft
Review the progress of NASA’s Hurricane and Severe Storm Sentinel 2014 program conducted from the Wallops Flight Facility as recorded by Mary Morris. Read more »
Paving the Way for ESA’s Carbon Mission Paving the Way for ESA’s Carbon Mission
European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA scientists cooperate on how ESA’s CarbonSat candidate satellite mission could identify sources of carbon dioxide and methane and how they disperse in the atmosphere. Read more »
.

    •    

    •