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Nepal earthquake lowered Everest by up to 2.5 cm

Further analysis of the newly processed sentinel-1 satellite radar data shows that the area around the Kathmandu region was uplifted in the earthquake, while the area to the north of Kathmandu sunk (subsided). 141 more words

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Clearer sentinel 1 image of Nepal earthquake deformation

A new clearer sentinel 1 satellite image has been produced by COMET researchers as part of the Look Inside the Continents from Space (LiCS… 39 more words

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First Sentinel 1 satellite results for Nepal earthquake

The first coseismic sentinel 1 satellite results have now been processed by researchers in the InSARap project.

For a sharper image of the ground deformation see our latest… 135 more words

Earthquake

From NASA Earth: "Winter Blooms in the Arabian Sea"

NASA Earth Observatory


acquired February 14, 2015

Winter is the prime season to see filaments of phytoplankton twist and curl amid the Arabian Sea. On February 14, 2015, the… 321 more words

Applied Research & Technology

From NASA: "NASA, USGS Begin Work on Landsat 9 to Continue Land Imaging Legacy"

NASA

April 16, 2015
Steve Cole
Headquarters, Washington
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stephen.e.cole@nasa.gov


Landsat 9

NASA and the U.S. Geological Survey have started work on Landsat 9, an upgraded rebuild of the Landsat 8 spacecraft launched in 2013, to extend the Landsat program’s decades-long observations of Earth’s land cover. 1,131 more words

Applied Research & Technology

From NASA Visualization Explorer: "Visualizing Carbon Monoxide"

NASA

April 14, 2015
Story by Ellen T. Gray | Visualizations by Jesse Allen


A NASA satellite maps an invisible pollutant and its sources.

Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas that emerges from wildfires, vehicle tailpipes and other human sources. 441 more words

Applied Research & Technology

From ANU: "Meteorites key to the story of Earth's layers"

Australian National University

14 April 2015
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Dr Yuri Amelin. Image: Stuart Hay

A new analysis of the chemical make-up of meteorites has helped scientists work out when the Earth formed its layers. 317 more words

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