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November 29, 2011

Lost Libyan Civilization Discovered from Space

Satellite and aerial imagery have uncovered new evidence of a lost Libyan civilization in the southwestern Sahara desert that will help rewrite the country’s history.

November 21, 2011

Legendary Landsat 5 May Be Nearing Its End

U.S. Geological Survey has stopped acquiring images from the 27-year-old Landsat 5 Earth observation satellite due to a rapidly degrading electronic component.

November 21, 2011

Landsat 5 Images Show Shrinking Salt Lake

Underscoring the informative power of time-series satellite imagery, these striking images chronicle the withering of Iran’s Lake Orumiyeh, one of the world’s largest landlocked salt lakes.

November 21, 2011

Brazil’s Offshore Oil Leak—What’s the Real Damage?

Chevron says up to 330 barrels total have spilled into the ocean since Nov. 8, while Brazil counters with a claim of 230 barrels a day—and several groups say satellite images indicate it’s much worse.

November 21, 2011

New NPP Satellite Nearly Operational

NASA’s NPP satellite, launched Oct. 28, already is returning data that will better identify the transport of water vapor associated with jet streams, which can fuel severe weather events.

November 21, 2011

How Does an Astronaut Take out the Trash?

That’s easy—stuff it into a used cargo spacecraft and send it back toward Earth, where it incinerates on the way down. This astronaut photograph highlights the re-entry plasma trail of one such spacecraft.

November 21, 2011

Take a Mobile Mapping Test Drive in Austria

At next week’s European LiDAR Mapping Forum in Salzburg, Austria, visitors will be able to test drive seven different mobile mapping vehicles to learn more about their capabilities.

November 14, 2011

Hurricane-Like Storm Batters Alaska

This Nov. 8, 2011, satellite image shows a rare, extremely powerful winter storm over the Bering Sea as it closed in on northwestern Alaska with hurricane-force winds, high seas and heavy snow.

November 14, 2011

GEOINT: Mobile Capabilities in High Demand

There’s growing demand by the U.S. defense and intelligence communities for ways to gain access to satellite imagery and other types of geospatial data through mobile devices.

November 14, 2011

Witness the Birth of an Iceberg

NASA IceBridge scientists were startled to discover a massive crack in Antarctica’s Pine Island Glacier, marking the moment of creation for a new iceberg that will span 340 square miles when it breaks loose.