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Way of life?

Seeing the recent satellite imageries of typhoon Neoguri turning into a super typhoon during the past few days (like the one above) gave me both a sense of dread and relief. 271 more words

Earth Observation

NASA Takes Over Navy Instrument On ISS

A version of this article appears in the May 19 edition of Aviation Week & Space Technology, p. 59, Frank Morring, Jr.

A hyperspectral imager on the International Space Station (ISS) that was developed by the U.S. 823 more words

Earth Observation

Mappae Mundi Mondays.

The term mappa mundi (plural: mappae mundi) comes from the Latin words mappa meaning cloth or towel, and mundus meaning world, which pertains to any medieval European map of the world. 463 more words

Earth Observation

NASA Launches its First Carbon-Tracking Satellite

It’s been a rough birthing process for NASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory (OCO) satellite program, which promises global tracking of carbon dioxide entering and leaving the atmosphere at ground level. 434 more words

Climate Science

Science and Innovation on the International Space Station – 2014 ISS R&D Conference

Discoveries, Applications and Opportunities” was the theme of the 3rd annual International Space Station Research and Development (ISS R&D) conference, held in Chicago, IL from 17-19 June 2014. 531 more words

Remote Sensing

Featured on the @cityofsydney Instagram!

Well this has certainly made my Monday. A feature on the @cityofsydney Instagram.


On the weekend I visited the Sydney Customs House down near Circular Quay. 182 more words

@novasoma

CHARMe – beyond climate data

The strap-line for the CHARMe project is “sharing knowledge about climate data” however the linked data model developed in the project is generic and has potential uses well beyond the climate domain. 574 more words

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