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NASA Highlights Mission Advances at Supercomputing Conference

11.13.2014
From our home planet to the far reaches of space, NASA will highlight mission advances enabled by agency supercomputers at SC14, the international supercomputing conference, Nov. 16-21, New Orleans.

‘Pulse of Our Planet’: Watching Earth’s Vital Signs

10.23.2014
On Sept. 10, “Vital Signs: Pulse of Our Planet” premiered at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum, showcasing some of NASA’s most exciting Earth observations of our dynamic planet.

Magnetic Connections

09.03.2014
Magnetic field lines arched and twisted above a small group of active regions and even reached out to connect to each other (Aug. 18-20, 2014).

NASA to Investigate Climate Impacts of Arctic Sea Ice Loss

08.14.2014
A new NASA field campaign - the Arctic Radiation IceBridge Sea and Ice Experiment (ARISE) - will begin flights over the Arctic this summer to study the effect of sea ice retreat on Arctic climate.

NASA Visualization Explorer Now Available For All iOS Devices

03.11.2014
The popular NASA Visualization Explorer app, first launched for the iPad in July 2011, is now available for the iPhone and all Apple iOS devices.
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The Scientific Visualization Studio (606.4) facilitates scientific inquiry and outreach within NASA programs through visualization, such as videos and animation. The SVS collaborates with scientists to create visualization products, systems, and processes to promote a greater understanding of Earth and Space Science research activities at Goddard Space Flight Center and within the NASA research community.

The SVS invites collaboration both from NASA researchers and from the external community. All SVS visualizations are freely available through the SVS website.

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