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CloudSat Satellite Mission

Through participating in CloudSat, GLOBE students learn how a NASA mission and satellite observations can improve our knowledge of the Earth's energy and water budget.

Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) Satellite Mission

The NASA Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) Mission provides measurements of soil moisture and freeze/thaw state.

The Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Satellite Mission

The Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Satellite will help us understand natural disasters, water resources, weather & climate modeling, public health, and more

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Learn more about the blizzard winds that battered the East Coast in late January: https://t.co/7emGwqbFgT https://t.co/a3Hd6GU4zP

22 hours ago

"More than ever today, the world needs science and science needs women." Learn: https://t.co/Q9S0Unp3MZ #WomenInSTEM https://t.co/fwQwpYYDBb

23 hours ago

@hpsexcellence @NASASMAP @STEMforAll @HarmonyEdu Thanks for sharing.

23 hours ago

#PDWebinar tomorrow @ 8 pm UTC: https://t.co/YF6zG3hKcG #ScienceFair #Posters #DrLizBurakowski https://t.co/bpA5IlydO9

2 days ago

RT @AtmosNews: #MardiGras rhymes w/ Omaha, tragic flaw, lower jaw, Newton's Law & (most important to our researchers) #Arctic thaw https://…

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Mark your calendars: https://t.co/eDx8GzPPO2 #PD_Webinar #February11 #GLOBE #science https://t.co/vK7c26GxqS

4 days ago

RT @jeffbouwman: @NASASMAP @GLOBEProgram @k12science #GettingSMAPDone in February! https://t.co/3ykDR2oXqL

7 days ago

RT @jenbourgeault: US Regional @GLOBEProgram Science Fairs starting in a few weeks. Events - https://t.co/CPWnB6Se6C https://t.co/69QqbomSYU

7 days ago

RT @anne_c_lewis: Booth is waiting for teachers. I'm talking about the @GLOBEProgram at #SDCTMandSDSTA https://t.co/5tGDsFWdKm

7 days ago

RT @aewenson: Learning about modeling a watershed with Elementary GLOBE #SEEC2016 @GLOBEProgram @NISDElemScience @NISD_grants https://t.co/…

7 days ago

Register by 15 February for the Train-the-Trainer (TTT) and the North American Regional Meeting (NARM). The events will take place 28-30 March at the Hyatt Place Nashville Downtown in Nashville, Tennessee, USA. More information: http://1.usa.gov/1XjALVH

4 hours ago

Happy UN International Day of Women & Girls in Science! SciGirls, largely funded by the National Science Foundation, has developed a series of public television programs highlighting the processes of science and engineering and offers girls a glimpse of exciting STEM career possibilities. Check it out: http://1.usa.gov/1Ru8trg #WomenInSTEM

21 hours ago

Webinar today at 8 pm UTC (12 pm PST / 1 pm MST / 3 pm EST). More info and how to join: http://1.usa.gov/1SJ8jhi Topic: "Putting It All Together -- the Science Fair Poster. Dr. Liz Burakowski will talk us through the techniques that helped her create award-winning posters for her conferences.

1 day ago

Sure, some parts of the West Coast may be experiencing a heat wave, but other parts of the world are very much in the middle of winter. Learn how #GPM (Global Precipitation Measurement Mission) takes and analyses precipitation data in this short video. Read more: http://go.nasa.gov/1mtwK3N Teach your students with our precipitation protocols: http://1.usa.gov/1PQiJoD

2 days ago

Tip of the Week: The GLOBE Data Entry App is available to the GLOBE community – and it’s all about making data entry easy. Download the app to your phone today: http://1.usa.gov/20J7F7P

3 days ago

Register by 16 February for the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regional Science Fair. More info: http://1.usa.gov/20Rvbfn This two-day event will include judging of the science fair entries, a tour of NASA Goddard facilities, professional development for teachers and networking opportunities for participants.

4 days ago

Have you seen our latest news?

4 days ago

ECCA (Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness) recently held a training in Nepal. This training was based on GLOBE protocols. Learn more: http://bit.ly/1X3Yf0V Access our protocols: http://1.usa.gov/1kthmU7

1 week ago

The GLOBE Program Newsletter for February is out!

1 week ago

Re-post from NOAA: "This video, created by our partners at the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT), is a fantastic example of why international collaboration is so important. it shows an entire year of weather across the globe during 2015 using data from NOAA, EUMETSAT, and JMA geostationary satellites. Weather is not a local phenomenon, with interconnected events constantly evolving across the globe. And while NOAA's Satellite and Information Service operates many satellites, no one country alone can afford to effectively monitor the entire Earth. Learn more about NOAA's international partnerships at go.usa.gov/cEX43 This video is courtesy of EUMETSAT's data visualization team and can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4mBYwBNULk."

1 week ago

Travis Andersen uploaded a new document, GLOBE_program_structure.jpg.

4 hours ago

Bára Semeráková uploaded a new document, GLOBE_Aerosols_Poland.pdf, in Europe Aerosols Campaign.

4 hours ago

Matthijs Begheyn and Annie Richardson are now friends.

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Matthijs Begheyn and Deanna TeBockhorst are now friends.

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Mohamed Hamdy Elwan and Salma Al Zubi are now friends.

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Muhammad Naveed Tahir and Salma Al Zubi are now friends.

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Matthijs Begheyn and Salma Al Zubi are now friends.

5 hours ago

Andreas Thiemer uploaded a new document, Anfahrt Pulheimer Bach.pdf, in Germany.

6 hours ago

Kristina Woodall moved web content, Sample/draft questions for Graphic Artist Interviews: GINGER CROSS Jan should first briefly describe UCAR/GLOBE and what the advertised job entails. The questions should be asked by each of the interviewers. Here are some suggested questions: Introductions by GIO staff! Jan: What caught your eye on the job description? Julie: What do you know about us and why do you want to work for the GLOBE Implementation Office (GIO)? Kris: Describe a situation when you needed to meet a tight deadline with a project? Jan: Describe a situation where the priorities were continually changing. How did you handle that? Kris: Have you ever had a situation where you were focused on a vital project with an upcoming deadline, and had to deal with many smaller, more immediate tasks that needed to be dealt with as well. Julie: Tell us about a recent design project. What challenges did you face and how did you handle that? Jan: If you are currently free-lancing, do you have any issues with maintaining a regular work schedule in the office here at the GIO? Are there scheduling barriers of which we should be aware? Kris: Tell us about your design software experience. Which are you most comfortable using? Julie: How do you stay current? Jan: What kind of design projects interest you? Kris: What is your graphic design process? Julie: If we were to ask you to design a logo for us, what would it look like? Jan: Can you show us an item of work that showcases your originality and creativity? Kris: Do you have questions for us? (Leave some time to review their portfolio, on-line or otherwise), to the Recycle Bin.

24 hours ago

John D. Moore posted a new message board thread, GOES-R Education Proving Ground, in GOESR.

1 day ago

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