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The Heat is On: 2014 Headed for Warmest Year on Record

Source: NOAA Last week, a NASA update pegged September as the warmest on record. Now, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has concurred — and reported that 2014 is on track to be the be the warmest year since record keeping began in 1880.

Flares Erupt from An Active Region on the Sun

A solar flare erupts in this image captured by NASA’s SDO spacecraft on Oct. 19, 2014.  (Source: NASA/SDO) The Sun has been acting up lately, producing one powerful X-class flare and several more moderate flares over the past 72 hours.

Giant Storm Rocks North Atlantic Like a Hurricane

A massive storm with winds as strong as a hurricane swirled in the North Atlantic Ocean between North America and Europe during the week of October 12, 2014.

As Tropical Storm Ana Heads Toward Hawaii, Hurricane Gonzalo — a “Monster” Storm — Guns for Bermuda

A screenshot of an animation showing the development of Tropical Storm Ana, as seen in the infrared by the GOES-15 weather satellite.

NASA: September Was Warmest on Record

A map showing how temperatures departed from the long-term average during September of 2014. (Source: NASA/GISS) This just in: The global average temperature in September was the warmest in a record dating back to 1880, according to NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies.

Jack-O-Lantern Sun

Active regions on the Sun glow brightly in this image from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory spacecraft.

Typhoon Vongfong Lashes Okinawa, Poses Threat to Japanese Mainland Over the Weekend

An animation of images captured by the VIIRS instrument aboard the Suomi NPP satellite shows the eye of Typhoon Vongfong on Oct.

Glittering Curtains of Auroral Fire on #SpaceVine

U.S. astronaut Reid Weiseman sure is having fun up on the International Space Station. Two days ago, he spent six hours and 13 minutes on a spacewalk And when he hasn’t been outside the ISS with the Earth rushing by more than 200 miles below him he’s been busy taking pictures and shooting little Vine video clips (not to mention working out on a treadmill, having fun with physics, and doing the myriad science experiments that have to get done).

Every Day Wonders: Sun Dogs Over the Rockies

A sun dog, as seen in an HDR photograph looking west toward Boulder, Colorado on Oct. 7, 2014. (Photograph: © Tom Yulsman) As I was picking up Moe, my Labradoodle, from doggie daycare a couple of days ago, I noticed bright, rainbow-like features on either side of the setting sun.

This Just in: No El Niño Yet, But it’s Probably Coming Soon

An animation of how sea surface temperatures have departed from the long-term average over the past six months.

Three Stunning Views of Super Typhoon Vongfong, Now Churning Toward Okinawa and Eyeing Japan

An animation of visible and infrared images from the Suomi NPP satellite’s VIIRS instrument shows the eye of Super Typhoon Vongfong on Tuesday.

A Tale of Two Poles: Sea Ice in Antarctica Surged in September to Record Extent But Remained Low in the Arctic

Antarctic sea ice concentration from September 1 to September 30, 2014. The data come from the AMSR2 satellite instrument.

NASA Spacecraft Watches as Sun Belches Spectacularly

A massive cloud of solar material was blasted out into space when a flare erupted from the Sun on Oct.

Swirling Cyclonic Eye Candy in the Northeast Pacific: Beautiful but Dangerous

At one point, the swirling cyclone in the animation of  weather satellite images above was producing winds of hurricane strength.

As a New Movement in Earth’s Seasonal Symphony Begins, Climate Change in the Arctic Keeps up its Brisk Tempo

A mosaic of images from NASA’s Terra satellite shows the entire Arctic region, centered on the North Pole (where the dark spot indicates missing data).

Every Day Wonders: Look Who Came Knocking

A true katydid clinging to my front door. (Photo: ©Tom Yulsman) In early September, I launched a new semi-regular feature here at ImaGeo, “Every Day Wonders,” with a photo of a blossoming thundercloud over unusually verdant fields here in Colorado.

And Here’s Another Astounding View of Cali’s #KingFire

INCREDIBLE photo from #LakeTahoe last night of the #KingFire pyrocumulus!(via Steve Ellsworth) — NWS Boise (@NWSBoise) September 18, 2014 No sooner had I hit ‘Publish’ on my earlier post than I found this mind boggling photograph of California’s King Fire.

Stunning Satellite View of California’s Massive King Fire. With Climate Change, We Should Expect More Such Views

The Suomi NPP satellite’s VIIRS instrument captured this view of California showing areas of burning and the smoke plume from the massive King Fire.

With Summer’s Unequalled Warmth, 2014 is Likely to Finish as the Warmest Year on Record for the Home Planet

Towering, glacier-carved peaks loom over the sea in the Lofoten Islands near Svolvær, Norway in this iPhone photomosaic of four images captured on September 11, 2014.

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.