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Odile: The Still-Swirling Storm That Keeps on Giving, Bringing Torrential Rains and Severe Flooding Risks


The VIIRS instrument on the Suomi NPP satellite captured the visible and infrared images of Hurricane Odile that make up this animation.

Postcard from Norway: the Sky Shimmers With Green Fire Following Two Gargantuan Explosions on the Sun


The aurora borealis shimmers above the Arctic Cathedral in Tromsø, Norway on September 12, 2014. (Photo: ©Tom Yulsman) You may have heard about the massive flares and explosions that erupted from the sun this week.

Postcard from Norway’s Magical Lofoten Islands — A Biodiversity Hotspot to Rival the Amazon


The view from the M/S Lofoten on the journey from Bodø to Svolvaer in Norway, Sept. 8, 2014. Please click to enlarge.

A New ImaGeo Feature: Every Day Wonders


A cumulus cloud blossoms over corn fields near Niwot, Colorado on August 31, 2014, as seen in this iPhone photo-mosaic.

Cristobal Whirls Toward Iceland


Formerly a hurricane, Cristobal takes aim on Iceland in this image captured by NASA’s Aqua satellite on Sunday, Aug.

Getting Droned On Greenland’s Ice Sheet


If you’re as fascinated by the science of our planet as I am, you’ve probably seen all sorts of imagery of the world’s frozen places, including dramatic photos of summer meltwater coursing across the surface of the Greenland Ice Sheet.

Come Fly With Me, Let’s Fly Let’s Fly Away…

My friend and colleague Andrew Revkin found this wonderful video on the National Weather Service New York Facebook page and posted it to DotEarth, his N.Y.

Time-lapse Satellite Animations Show Birth of Giant Thunderstorms in Glorious Detail


I often find myself transfixed when big, towering thunderheads boil up along Colorado’s Front Range, where I live.

Tropical Cyclones Parade Across the Pacific


Screenshot of an animation showing patterns of water vapor in the atmosphere. Magenta color indicates areas where clear, dry air penetrates lower in the atmosphere.

Iselle Now a Hurricane Threat to Hawaii; Julio is Following — and a New Disturbance Has Just Formed


Hurricanes Iselle and Julio, as well as a disturbance that has just formed off Central America, are visible in this image captured by NASA’s Terra Satellite on Aug.

Rosetta Has Arrived, and the View is Astounding


This animation comprises 101 images acquired by the Navigation Camera on the European Space Agency’s Rosetta spacecraft as it approached comet 67P/C-G.

Giant Fire Clouds Over California


A developing pyrocumulus cloud above the Oregon Gulch fire, part of the Beaver Complex fire. Photographed from an Oregon Air National Guard F-15C fighter jet by James Haseltine on July 31, 2014, at 8:20 PM Pacific Daylight Time.

After a 4-Billion-Mile Journey, the Rosetta Probe is Less than a Day Away from Historic Rendezvous With a Comet


The Rosetta space probe captured this image of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on August 4, 2014 from a distance of about 234 kilometers (145 miles).

Double Trouble for Hawaii: Iselle and Julio


NASA’s Aqua satellite captured this image of Hurricane Iselle, to the left, and Tropical Storm Julio, to the right, on Monday, Aug.

Holy Toledo! This Nasty Lake Erie Algae Bloom is the Likely Source of the Toxin Causing Your Drinking Water Woes


An algae bloom in the western part of Lake Erie just offshore of Toledo, Ohio is visible in this image captured today (Aug.

Heat, Drought and Lightning Spark Upsurge in Wildfires


Natural and false color views of wildfires burning in California and Oregon alternate in this animation of images captured Aug.

Pure Dumb Luck Saved Us from a Calamity in 2012 Sparked by One of the Strongest Solar Storms in Recorded History

On July 23, 2012, billions of tons of plasma exploded from the Sun and raced out into space in what was one of the most powerful solar storms ever recorded.

Even as Spectacular Storms Bring Relief to U.S. Southwest, Drought Conditions Persist — and Worsen in California


A massive thunderhead blossoming over the Manzano Mountains, about 30 miles southeast of Albuquerque, New Mexico, as photographed on the evening of Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 by photojournalist Jerry Redfern.

Possibly Toxic Cyanobacteria Bloom Mucks up Baltic Sea


A thick bloom of cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green algae, along the shore at Torö, Sweden, near Stockholm.

Earth Art: Wildfire Abstraction


Wildfire smoke filling valleys in British Columbia creates an abstract pattern in this highly processed image based on data acquired by NASA’s Aqua satellite on July 16, 2014.


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