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NASA Articles, News Releases and Image Galleries
Where Does Lightning Strike?
A map of lightning incidence.
Pictures of the Universe:
The most interesting views in space.
Lonar Impact Crater
India's Lonar Impact Crater:
6000 feet wide and about 35,000 - 50,000 years old.
Volcanoes From Space
Monitoring Volcanoes From Space:
Learn how NASA keeps an eye on remote volcanoes.
Earth At Night
Satellite Image of Earth at Night:
One of NASA's most famous images.
A meteoroid explosion over remote Siberia.
Great Blue Hole
Great Blue Hole:
A depression in the Lighthouse Reef Atoll.
Caldera from Earth's largest recorded eruption.
Diamonds In Space
Diamonds In Space:
Spitzer looks for diamonds.
Iron meteorites found by Mars rovers.
If it is not grown, it is mined.
NASA on Sliding Rocks
NASA at Racetrack Playa:
NASA interns and mentors visit Racetrack Playa to solve the mystery of the sliding rocks.
Rocks Made of Ice
Where Rocks are Made of Ice:
Rocks on Saturn's moon Titan are likely made of water ice.
Satellites detect huge water level declines.
Earth's Core & Magnetic Field:
Exploring Earth's interior.
Activity at Rabaul
Activity at Rabaul Volcano:
Ash plume in late November, 2009.
Athabasca Oil Sands
Athabasca Oil Sands:
The second largest oil deposit.
Kilauea Rift Zone
Kilauea Rift Zone:
A spectacular image of craters and lava flows.
GPS Satellite Location
How Do GPS Satellites Know Their Location?
Quasars serve as "stationary" reference points.
Image shows evidence of volcanic eruptions.
World Topo Map
Topographic Map of the World:
The most complete digital topographic map of Earth.
Farm Land Patterns
Farms From Space:
Landsat reveals farming and land use.
Oil is found first in the mind.
planetary system consists of a dwarf yellow star and six planets orbiting closely.
All life was based on C, P, N, O, S and H. This bacteria includes As.
Plant Growth and Climate:
Warming can increase or decrease plant productivity.
Something Hit Jupiter
Something Hit Jupiter:
A bruise appeared in July, 2009. Was it a comet or asteroid strike?
Great Bahama Bank
Great Bahama Bank:
Image of a classic carbonate environment.
Natural Oil Seeps
Natural Oil Seeps:
Natural seeps contribute oil to oceans.
Monitoring Pollution By Satellite:
Haze flows from Asia to the USA.
Louisiana Coastal Subsidence:
Learn why the Delta is sinking.
Glaciers on Mars
Concealed Glaciers on Mars:
NASA sees ice under rock cover.
Saturn's Largest Ring
Saturn's Largest Ring:
Spitzer finds an enormous diffuse ring.
The present is the key to the past.
Large Impact on the Moon
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Ol Doinyo Lengai
Ol Doinyo Lengai:
Images show the impact of an eruption.
An eruption plume punches through clouds.
Highest point on Mars and largest volcano.
Earth's Warmest Year
Earth's Warmest Year:
Maps and graphs document the heat.
Sahara Dust Storm
Sahara Dust and Ocean Temperature:
The impact of wind-blown dust.
Geology underlies it all.
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