Earth Matters

Earth is an amazing planet, and the one that matters most to us. Let’s have a conversation about it.

September Puzzler

Help Us Make a Satellite Version of the ABCs

Goodbye Groundwater: GPS and Satellites Reveal an Oft-Unseen Aspect of Drought

NASA Earth Science in the News

Puzzling Evidence

Notes from the Field

NASA scientists are in the field and write home to tell about it.

Picturing Sea Ice with ARISE’s Digital Camera Instrument

Bringing It All Together: Planning ARISE

Flying With ARISE

Fare Thee Well AV-1: Making Things Work in the Midst of Technical Difficulties

May the 4STAR Be With You

Aerosol Measurements in Hurricane Cristobal

Mangroves, Mud, and More

Mangrove forests are disappearing faster than any other tropical environment. NASA scientists are working to understand how human activities coupled with land use/ land cover change have altered mangrove environments. read more

Preparing for the Trip North

Time for a new target: HS3 turns focus to the Bay of Campeche

Climate Q&A

Myths, misunderstandings, and frequently asked questions about climate.

Elegant Figures

On data visualization and information design on the Earth Observatory.