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September 1, 2015

New, Ultrathin Optical Sensors Shape Light in Exotic Ways

Researchers have developed innovative flat, optical lenses as part of a collaboration between NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the California Institute of Technology. These optical components are capable of manipulating light in ways that are difficult or impossible to achieve with conventional optical devices.

June 23, 2015

NASA Completes Intensive Study of Louisiana Gulf Coast Levees and Wetlands

NASA regularly captures data about Gulf Coast fluctuations, measuring change as well as ongoing loss of land. These measurements are particularly helpful after storms and hurricanes to understand wetland change and obtain a complete picture of coastal zone change.

June 23, 2015

World’s Largest Groundwater Basins in Distress

Human consumption is rapidly draining some of its largest groundwater basins, yet there’s little to no accurate data about how much water remains in them, according to two new studies led by UC Irvine that use data from NASA Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment satellites. Significant segments of Earth’s population are consuming groundwater quickly without