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Mon, 23 Mar 2020 09:20 EDT

Agricultural fires, most likely, cropping up in Cuba in March 2020.

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Tue, 10 Mar 2020 16:51 EDT

A NASA study has found a link between climate change effects on the productivity of grasslands and the growing number of bison in Yellowstone National Park. The data, which came from two NASA Earth science satellites, shows daily vegetation growth for the past 20 years and can be used to help forecast the movements of bison, aiding conservation eff

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Mon, 03 Feb 2020 10:23 EST

Australia has already been in a fiery situation for months so another fire starting in the Canberra region and spreading so quickly is nothing short of a tragedy for this country.

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Terra continues to witness many changes on the landscape, collecting some of the most iconic images of our planet since its launch in December of 1999. Many sources archived Terra imagery including the Earth Observatory and NASA’s Visible Earth.

This section contains images, videos and podcasts that visualize many events and changes on Earth’s surface and also explain some of the science to which Terra contributes.

As the Flagship Earth Observing Satellite, Terra  was the first satellite to look at Earth system science with five sensors dedicated to observing the land, water, and atmosphere.

By seeing Earth from the same vantage point, but collecting  multiple types of data dedicated to various areas of Earth science,  scientists are able to document relationships between Earth’s systems and examine their connections.

The images, videos, and podcasts illustrate and examine Earth system science as Terra observes changes on Earth over time.