Suomi NPP

North and South America, At Night

Along with all of their space-exploration, planet-hunting, and astronomy-based endeavours, NASA also keeps a very keen eye on Earth. In…

8 months ago

Eruption of the Raikoke Volcano, Seen From Space

The Raikoke Volcano, dormant for a very long time, has awoken from its slumber. The volcanic island is in the…

1 year ago

NASA, NOAA Satellites Track Hurricane Irma’s Path

Record-setting Hurricane Irma barreled over the Caribbean islands of St. Martin, St. Barthelemy and Anguilla early Wednesday, destroying buildings with…

3 years ago

NASA Releases Spellbinding Images Of Earth At Night

New night-time images of Earth are more than just eye-candy. They can be a vital tool for scientists and governments.

3 years ago

Snowzilla’s East Coast Blast Captured as ‘Rare Thundersnow’ by Scott Kelly on Station and Moonlit from Suomi Satellite

NEW JERSEY - NASA astronaut Scott Kelly captured a rare display of ‘thundersnow’ from space as Snowzilla’s blast pummeled much…

5 years ago

Monster Blizzard of 2016 Strikes US East Coast, Tracked by NASA and NOAA Satellites

NEW JERSEY- The monstrous ‘Blizzard of 2016’ predicted by weather forecasters for days has struck a wide swath of the…

5 years ago

US Braces for Cat 4 Hurricane as ‘Joaquin’ Barrels to East Coast and ULA Readies 100th Launch on Oct. 2: Watch Live

https://youtu.be/gtDL3eparOk Video caption: This animation of images captured from September 29 to October 1, 2015 from NOAA's GOES-East satellite shows…

5 years ago

NASA and NOAA Satellites Image Crippling Blizzard of 2015 Pounding New England

NEW JERSEY - Record breaking snow from the ‘Blizzard of 2015’ hit vast regions of the US Northeast today, Jan.…

6 years ago

Holiday Lights So Bright You Can See ’em from Space

Call it holiday light creep. A NASA satellite has been tracking the spread of Christmas lighting from 512 miles up…

6 years ago

Satellite Watches Dust from Chelyabinsk Meteor Spread Around the Northern Hemisphere

When a meteor weighing 10,000 metric tons exploded 22.5 km (14 miles) above Chelyabinsk, Russia on Feb. 15, 2013, the…

7 years ago