[After setting your car on fire] Listen, your car's temperature has changed before.
Powers of 10. From the vastness of outer space to the smallest quark in an atom. This is a graphic demonstration of how large and small things are.
NASA's new global view of carbon dioxide
NASA shows how dust from the Sahara fertilizes the Amazon rainforest
Once aloft the air, dust from the Sahara Desert can travel thousands of miles across the ocean This dust turns out to be crucial to the Amazon rainforest. Although plants need phosphorus to grow — it's a key ingredient of modern fertilizer — there's surprisingly little phosphorus available in the Amazon soil. NASA's press release explains why:
NASA Data Downpour (04.09.2014) A video describing how the GPM constellation turns observed radiances and reflectivities of global precipitation into data products. For more information visit http://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/gpm-missions-how-to-guide-for-making-global-rain-maps/