2023 Ozone Hole Update
The 2023 Antarctic ozone hole reached its maximum size at 10 million square miles, or 26 million square kilometers, on Sept. 21, which ranks as the 16th largest since 1979, according to annual satellite and balloon-based measurements made by NASA and NOAA.
How NASA Sees the Air We Breathe
NASA and NOAA, among other agencies, worked together this summer through the STAQS and AEROMMA missions to calibrate and validate NASA’s new TEMPO satellite. The satellite and missions combined aim to not only better measure air quality, and the major pollutants that impact it, but also to improve air quality, from street to stratosphere.
U.S. Center COP26 - NASA Hyperwall Presentation
Join us at the U.S. Center to learn more about how America is taking ambitious steps to combat the climate crisis.
Ozone 101: What is the Ozone Hole?
Let’s back up to the basics and understand what caused the Ozone Hole, its effects on the planet, and what scientists predict will happen in future decades.
Joanna Joiner (614), Alexei Lyapustin (613), Doug Morton (618), Ben Poulter (618), Matt Rodell (610), Alex Ruane (611), and Eric Vermote (619) were se...Tuesday, November 14, 2023
The NASA Carbon Monitoring BlueFlux project, a collaboration between 618 & 614, with partners from East Carolina University and Yale University, had i...Friday, October 27, 2023
Parker Case (614/NPP) was the overall winner for the Poster Competition at the 2023 Meteorology and Climate – Modeling for Air Quality Conference for ...Thursday, October 19, 2023