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NASA Earth Observatory

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

Published: Sat, 22 Oct 2016 05:05:02 -0400

Last Build Date: Sat, 22 Oct 2016 05:05:02 -0400


A Blaze of Yellow
In northern Sweden, bursts of fall color fill valleys before the darkness of winter descends.

Another Typhoon Hits the Philippines
Typhoon Haima is the second typhoon in the span of a week to bring heavy wind and rain to the Philippines.

Hurricane Nicole’s Cold Water Wake
Hurricanes feed off of warm ocean surfaces, consuming the heat and dragging up cool water from below.

Typhoon Sarika Over the Philippines
The storm brought high winds and heavy rains to the Philippines before heading toward China and Vietnam.

EO Kids
New magazine with stories just for kids. Find out where all of Earth's fresh water is and try some fun experiments. Download the first issue of NASA's newest kid's magazine, EO Kids, and Explore your Earth.

Notes from the Field: Beaufort Gyre Exploration Project 2016
This annual expedition is enabling scientists to better understand the freshwater balance of the Arctic Ocean. Timed in late summer to coincide with the Arctic sea ice minimum, the campaign provides scientists with an opportunity to deploy a suite of oceanographic instruments within this harsh and remote environment.