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11/16/2015
Read Latest Blog on SMAP: How Do NASA Scientists Use the SMAP Satellite Data?
The latest guest blog, “How Do NASA Scientists Use the SMAP Satellite Data?”, written by NASA SMAP scientists Dr. Erika Podest and Dr. Narendra Da of the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, USA is now available on the GLOBE website.  >>

11/13/2015
Website Alert for Sunday, November 15
The GLOBE website will be undergoing technical work on Sunday, 15 November, from 9am - 12pm PST (17:00 UTC - 20:00 UTC). Things may appear out-of-the-ordinary during this 3-hour time frame. Thank you for your understanding.  >>

11/12/2015
GLOBE Recognizes Top Schools for GLOBE/SMAP Data Collection: 16 October through 1 November 2015
The GLOBE Program would like to salute the 18 schools from around the world that submitted data during the two-week period of 16 October through 1 November, with a total of 63 measurements.  >>

11/11/2015
2015 Surface Temperature Field Campaign
The GLOBE Program will host its annual surface temperature field campaign from 1-31 December 2015  >>

11/03/2015
AGI Issues Report on Status of K-5 Geosciences Education in the U.S.
The American Geosciences Institute (AGI) has issued the “Report on the Status of K-5 Geosciences Education in the United States.”  >>

11/03/2015
NASA’s GPM Mission Offers Vast Array of Precipitation Education Resources
NASA’s GPM Mission Offers Vast Array of Precipitation Education Resources  >>

11/03/2015
NASA’s SMAP Mission Offers Radiometer Data
Radiometer data products from NASA’s SMAP mission are now available at the National Snow and Ice Data Center Distributed Active Archive Center (NSIDC DAAC). SMAP combines coincident L-band radar and radiometer measurements to produce global, high-resolution soil moisture and freeze/thaw estimates.  >>

11/02/2015
GLOBE Program/SMAP Soil Moisture Measurement Field Campaign Webinar Recording Now Available
A recording of the GLOBE Program/SMAP Soil Moisture Field Campaign Webinar, entitled “Shout-out to, and Reporting by, the Top 3 Teams Collecting SMAP Block Pattern Soil Moisture Data During Month 1, which was held on 29 October 2015, is now available for viewing.  >>

10/26/2015
GLOBE Teachers: NASA Wavelength Now Sharing Scientific Research in Blogs
Teachers can now share first-hand stories from scientists (blogs) in the classroom. In order to celebrate Earth Science Week’s theme of Visualizing Earth Systems, NASA scientists, visualizers and others affiliated with NASA Earth science have agreed to share their research and expertise in blog posts, which can be used throughout the year.  >>

10/26/2015
Daily Views of Earth Available on New NASA Website
NASA recently launched a new website that offers daily images of the full, sunlit side of the Earth. The images are taken by a NASA camera one million miles away on the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR), a partnership between NASA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA, and the U.S. Air Force.  >>