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Upcoming Events

Tuesday, May 21, 2024
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM
GESTAR II Seminar
Too much and too little water: Using hydrometeorological modeling to characterize and understand water extremes
Dr. Mimi Hughes, Research Meteorologist, NOAA’s Physical Sciences Laboratory
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Tuesday, May 21, 2024
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Mesoscale Atmospheric Processes Laboratory Seminar
Precipitation measurements, storms and power outages: keeping our lights on during natural disasters
Dr. Diego Cerrai, Professor, University of Connecticut, Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Wednesday, May 22, 2024
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM
Artificial Intelligence Town Hall
Join us for an Artificial Intelligence Town Hall hosted by Administrator Bill Nelson and Deputy Administrator Pam Melroy.
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Featured Videos

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 101

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.

 

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Members of NASA's Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) GV team [David Wolff (612), GPM GV PI], the University of Connecticu...

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