NASA Tracks Freddy, Longest-lived Tropical Cyclone on Record
Tropical Cyclone Freddy lasted more than five weeks. Once a very powerful Category 5 cyclone, Freddy first made landfall along the east coast of Madagascar on February 21, 2023, just north of the town of Mananjary as a Category 3 cyclone.
IMPACTS 2022: NASA Planes Fly into Snowstorms to Study Snowfall
What NASA’s IMPACTS mission learns about snowstorms will improve meteorological models and our ability to use satellite data to predict how much snow will fall and where.
Clouds can tell us a lot about what weather we might expect to see, but they’re actually quite mysterious. The question is: Because clouds are produced by the climate, how will a changing climate impact clouds? And, conversely, clouds have an impact on our climate, so how will changing clouds affect a changing climate? Welcome to Clouds 101.
How a Squad of Small Satellites Will Help NASA Study Storms
Hurricanes are some of the most powerful and destructive weather events on Earth. To help study these powerful storms, NASA is launching TROPICS, a collection of six small satellites.
NASA ARSET just completed an intermediate, online training titled Transforming Earth Observation (EO) Data into Building Infrastructure Data Sets for ...Friday, October 27, 2023
The GPM Outreach Team developed a visualization and web story about heavy rainfall in the Southwest U.S. from Hurricane Hilary, the first tropical sto...Tuesday, August 22, 2023
July 18 - July 25, NASA ARSET just completed an advanced, online training titled Monitoring Water Quality of Inland Lakes using Remote Sensing. This t...Friday, August 04, 2023
Lab members are participating in the Airborne Lightning Observatory for FEGS and TGFs (ALOFT) field campaign. The Cloud Radar System, the ER-2 X-band ...Saturday, July 01, 2023
NASA ARSET completed an advanced, in-person training in Nuevo León, Mexico, May 8-11, 2023, titled La Teledetección para la Gestión del Riesgo de Desa...Friday, June 02, 2023