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Since its eruption in early June, several NASA satellites have captured images of the ash plume from the eruption of the Chilean Volcano called Puyehue-CordÃ³n Caulle and have tracked it around the world.
NASA sees Hurricane Adrian fade fast.
NASA is providing critical satellite data to help residents in south Louisiana as they deal with a rising Mississippi River.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., May 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- As the economy continues to improve, companies have started to reinvest in new projects and technologies in an effort to remain competitive.
A prototype scanner aboard the International Space Station has been taking new images of Earthâ€™s coastal regions during the 16 months since it was launched.
Tropical Cyclone Bingiza has made landfall in northeastern Madagascar, and NASA's Aqua and Terra satellites captured visible infrared satellite data of the storm's progression over the weekend, revealing the power behind the storm.
One of the largest winter storms since the 1950s is affecting 30 US states today with snow, sleet, freezing rain and rain.
Building high pressure is expected to make Tropical Storm Vince do a U-turn in the Southern Indian Ocean and take a westward track away from Western Australia.
Three NASA satellites are keeping tabs on Typhoon Megi and noticed that it was strengthening in the South China Sea today, but increasing wind shear may again weaken the system over the next couple of days.
The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer or MODIS, is an instrument that flies on NASA's Aqua and Terra satellites and provides incredible views of tropical cyclones like Hurricane Igor, from its vantage point in space. Imagery from the MODIS instruments on these two satellites captured from Sept. 18 to 20 showed that powerful Hurricane Igor in the Atlantic Ocean is morphing from a rounded storm to more of a comma-shaped storm.
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