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November 1, 2011

RapidEye Satellite Captures Submarine Volcano Eruption

Off the coast of El Hierro, in the southwest reaches of the Canary Islands, Earth has been spewing gas and rock into the ocean.

October 24, 2011

Hundreds Dead from Record Cambodia Floods

Before-and-after satellite images paint a clear picture of the worst flooding in Cambodia in more than a decade. In addition to more than 200 people dead, at least 34,000 were evacuated.

October 24, 2011

Toxic Algae Bloom Invades Lake Erie

The green scum shown in this image is the worst algae bloom Lake Erie has experienced in decades. It also contains massive amounts of a liver toxin that can be deadly to most dogs.

October 24, 2011

System to “Glue Together” Global UAS Network

An autonomous, self-regulating network that controls a vast array of unmanned aerial systems will boost the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s growing anticipatory capabilities.

October 24, 2011

Operation IceBridge Observes Antarctica from Above

For the third consecutive October, NASA research aircraft are flying over Antarctica in search of clues about the health and dynamics of the frozen continent’s massive ice sheets and shelves.

October 24, 2011

Declassified Spy Satellite a Great Relief for Engineer

A 74-year-old Holocaust survivor who helped pioneer the government’s top-secret spy satellites during the Cold War finally can talk about it 46 years later.

October 24, 2011

ESA Announces GMES Masters Winners

The winners of the first European Earth observation competition, the GMES Masters, demonstrated projects that exploit social media to advance Earth observation applications.

October 18, 2011

New NASA EO Satellite to Show “The Big Picture”

NASA is planning an Oct. 27 launch of the first Earth observation satellite to measure both global climate changes and key weather variables.

October 18, 2011

Drone Collects Images of Ancient Russian Site

A miniature unmanned aircraft has helped archaeologists capture images for creating a 3-D model of an ancient burial mound in Russia.

October 18, 2011

Is an Arctic Ozone Hole in Earth’s Future?

A NASA study concludes that cold temperatures lasting long into 2011 have some implications for the formation of an Arctic ozone hole.

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