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Your source for monitoring regional and global changes on our planet through images and stories.



Published: Tue, 28 Mar 2017 12:05:01 -0400

Last Build Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2017 12:05:01 -0400

 



Russian Volcano Rumbles
For the first time in nearly 250 years, the Kambalny Volcano ejected ash.



Russian Volcano Rumbles
For the first time in nearly 250 years, the Kambalny Volcano ejected ash.



Cyclone Debbie
Australia’s strongest cyclone in several years approached the Queensland coast in late March 2017.



Dust Above the Gobi Desert
Springtime means more active dust storms in this part of China.



Etna Erupts
The volcano produced streams of lava in March 2017.



Dust Obscures the Red Sea
Dust from African deserts often veils the Red Sea.



Gray Plume Over the Sea of Japan
The plume comes at a time of year when cold winter air exacerbates air pollution.



Ashland in Ashes
Ranching communities in Kansas are reeling after a wildfire charred grasslands and killed livestock.



Turquoise Tendrils
In March 2017, phytoplankton bloomed off the coast of Tunisia.



New posts in the Earth Matters blog - Did Air Pollution Make Sea Ice Cover Grow Between 1950 and...
Between 1950 and 1970, sea ice was growing. A new study explains why.






New posts in the Earth Matters blog - Green Ice and Snow
In February 2013, scientists saw algae growing amid the snow and ice on an Antarctic island.






EO-1: 17 Images from 17 Years
Since 2000, Earth Observing-1 has provided stunning views of our planet in its beauty and fury, while advancing satellite technology and imaging. The satellite is being turned off, but its legacy lives on.