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The end of a remarkable mission.
NASA satellite data can improve forecasts of dust storms in the American Southwest in ways that can benefit public health managers.
What do puffins â€“ colorful-billed birds looking like miniature penguins â€“ have to do with the work we do at NASA?
Cool, wet conditions in the Northwest, frigid weather on the Plains, and record dry conditions in the Southeast, all signs that La NiÃ±a is in full swing.
A new NASA Internet tool called "Giovanni" allows high school and college students and researchers to access and analyze satellite-derived ocean color data. Ocean color data provides students with information about ocean biology by looking at phytoplankton through changes in the color of the ocean surface.
- A serpent whose bite was fabled to produce intense thirst.