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Smoke from Wildfires in Southern Chile

Smoke from a wildfire in southern Chile was moving over the Atlantic Ocean when the Terra satellite captured this image on March 29, 2015. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: NASA Earth Observatory Natural Hazards

Looking Down and Up at the Aurora

On Saint Patrick’s Day, the Suomi NPP satellite acquired a view of the aurora from above while citizen scientists were busily collecting shots from below. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: NASA Earth Observatory Image of the Day

In the Aftermath of Cyclone Pam

Two of the hardest hit islands in Vanuatu saw vegetation go from green to brown because of the storm’s fury. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: NASA Earth Observatory Image of the Day

In the Aftermath of Cyclone Pam

Two of the hardest hit islands in Vanuatu saw vegetation go from green to brown because of the storm’s fury. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: NASA Earth Observatory Natural Hazards

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Bigger Thunderstorms are Bringing More Rain to the Tropics

Scientists have thought global warming would bring more rain more often to some regions because a warmer atmosphere can hold more water vapor. New research says, instead, that rainfall is increasing in the tropics because large thunderstorms are occurring more frequently. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: NASA Earth Observatory Image of the…

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