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Composite image of category 4 Super-Typhoon Haima in the Pacific ocean, from 09:00 (UTC) on Tuesday 18 October 2016.
Earth from Space: Kathmandu, Nepal.
Part of Nepal including its capital city, Kathmandu, and the Himalayan foothills are pictured in this satellite image. Vegetation appears red in this false-colour image, while waterways and buildings appear light green and blue.
At the southern end of the Earth, a NASA plane carrying a team of scientists and a sophisticated instrument suite to study ice is returning to surveying Antarctica.
The German satellite duo TerraSAR-X and TanDEM-X have consistently delivered one-of-a-kind Earth observation data since 2007 and 2010, hence shaping the international research landscape.
The Landsat-8 satellite takes us over Iceland's southeastern coast and the Vatnajökull glacier in this false-colour image from 6 September 2014. Glaciers cover 11% of Iceland's landscape, the largest being the Vatnajökull - known as the Vatna Glacier in English - which at 8000 sq km is also the largest in Europe.
A NASA rainfall analysis estimated the amount of rainfall generated by Hurricane Matthew when it moved over the Carolinas.
A team of scientists, including Universities Space Research Association's David Kring of the Lunar and Planetary Institute (LPI), is studying rock cores recovered by a joint drilling expedition of the Chicxulub Impact Crater
Composite image of hurricane Matthew over Florida, from 12:00 UTC on Friday, 7 October 2016.
This image from Copernicus Sentinel-3A shows the temperature at the top of Hurricane Matthew at 03:13 GMT (05:13 CEST) today, as it approached Florida in the USA.
The Chinese city of Shanghai is pictured in this Sentinel-2A image from 16 December 2015. As well as the country's most populous city - with over 24 million people - this global financial centre is also the site of the world's busiest container ports owing to its strategic location on the Yangtze River Delta.
A visible image showing powerful Hurricane Matthew and Nicole on Oct. 6 at 1 p.m. EDT was captured by NOAA's GOES-East satellite.
Image of category 4 hurricane Matthew over Haiti, Cuba and Jamaica, captured by EUMETSAT's Metop-B polar-orbiting satellite at 15:52 UTC on Monday, 4 October 2016.
Composite image of category 4 hurricane Matthew from 06:00 UTC on Monday, 4 October 2016.
The Global Precipitation Measurement mission or GPM core observatory satellite passed above major Hurricane Matthew and found very heavy rainfall that is expected to affect Hispaniola.
NOAA's GOES-East satellite captured an image of Hurricane Matthew in the central Caribbean Sea early on Oct. 2.
This composite image of Tropical Storm Matthew from 09:00 UTC on Thursday, 29 September 2017, shows the scale that these storms can reach.
The Loma Fire in California broke out on September 26, 2016, and quickly spread to be 2,250 acres in size.
The theme of the third plenary at the 67th International Astronautical Congress taking place in Guadalajara, Mexico was Space and Climate: How Space Agencies Will Contribute to the Implementation and Follow-up of the Paris Agreement during COP 21?
Operation IceBridge, NASA's airborne survey of polar ice, is flying in Greenland for the second time this year, to observe the impact of the summer melt season on the ice sheet.
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