See What's Up with Latest Version of NASA's GLOBE Observer Mobile App
On 1 March, the GLOBE Observer app released version 1.2, which includes updates that allow ‘Observers’ to provide new data points on sky color, visibility, cloud properties and opacity, and surface conditions.  >>

GLOBE Community: Need Assistance? Maybe there’s a Website Tutorial for That – GLOBE Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: GLOBE Community Support Team (CST) staff are constantly creating and adding new website tutorials for the GLOBE community. Check back often, because maybe there is a website tutorial that can help you today!  >>

Register Today for GLOBE ENSO Webinar: “NASA Earth Science Efforts” (14 March)
Register today for the GLOBE ENSO Student Research Campaign webinar: “NASA Earth Science Efforts.” The webinar will take place on Tuesday, 14 March, at 8:00 p.m. EST (1:00 a.m. UTC). You can join this webinar by registering here.  >>

GLOBE students from Germany and Belgium explored together High Fens nature reserve.
Students from Germany and Belgium met on 30th September 2016 to explore Belgian nature reserve High Fens and to share a GLOBE measurements experience. The focus was on water. The day was a very successful opening for a project that motivates a lot of students as well as a first contact for further exchanges.  >>

Watch New Video Produced by NASA: "What is GLOBE?"
Check out this new video, “What is GLOBE.” It was produced by the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center!  >>

GLOBE’s Enhanced Cloud Protocol Goes Live!
The enhanced Cloud Protocol is live! Join the NASA and GLOBE science teams as we take a new look at clouds, from the ground and from space!  >>

GLOBE Green-Up/Green-Down Protocol – Budburst Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: GLOBE students – as part of your efforts to explore the Biosphere (one of the four Earth spheres The GLOBE Program covers), you can dive into the Green-Up/Green-Down Protocol.  >>

February 2017 GLOBE News Brief
February 2017 GLOBE News Brief  >>

Letter to the Community
Letter to the Community  >>

Do You Know Your MUC? Check out GLOBE’s New Learning Activity!
Gary Popiolkowski, GLOBE Distinguished Educator Fellow, has created a new learning activity for GLOBE called, "Do You Know Your MUC?" The activity helps students learn about land cover by visually examining their study site as well as mapping and recording ground cover.  >>