Latest satellite data Stories
Last month the extent of sea ice covering the Arctic Ocean declined to the second-lowest extent on record.
Two of the most destructive natural disasters of 2010 were closely linked by a single meteorological event, even though they occurred 1,500 miles (2,414 km) apart and were of completely different natures, a new NASA study suggests.
BU researchers find that modeling errors produced exaggerated claims
South Koreaâ€™s space agency has joined its international counterparts in putting satellite data at the disposal of rescue authorities following major disasters such as earthquakes and tsunamis.
A NASA-led research team has used a variety of NASA satellite data to create the most precise map ever produced depicting the amount and location of carbon stored in Earth's tropical forests.
An ESA project has recently demonstrated that new ways of processing satellite data can show how different properties of snow can be observed from space.
Punxsutawney Phil predicted that spring will come on time and NASA satellite data suggests that residents in more than one-third of the US are now anxious for the prediction to come true.
We may be becoming an ever more technologically advanced society, but we remain as dependent as ever -- if not more and more so -- on the natural world that surrounds us.
Since its latest series of deadly eruptions, Javaâ€™s Mt Merapi has been spewing volcanic ash clouds into the air.
Taking advantage of NASA's 'Operation Ice Bridge' campaign, measurements of Arctic sea ice have been made from an aircraft flying directly under CryoSat-2's orbital path.