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NAZA GLOBE CLOUD GAZE Project Stops Collecting Data on 01 December – But Closes With a Very Successful Story
A recent GLOBE Community Blog, “NASA GLOBE CLOUD GAZE is Closing with a Very Successful Story,” written by Marilé Colón Robles (lead for the GLOBE Clouds Team at NASA's Langley Research Center) provides an inspiring overview of the NASA GLOBE Clouds Gaze project.
“NASA GLOBE CLOUD GAZE has tagged over 735,000 photographs of sky and clouds all because of you! The photographs are part of cloud reports sent in from over 120 different countries and regions around the world,” Marilé Colón Robles said in the blog.”
“NASA GLOBE CLOUD GAZE is closing with a very successful story. The project will stop collecting data on 01 December 2022. On 16 December 2022, NASA GLOBE CLOUD GAZE will no longer be a NASA sponsored project. The website will remain open. The datasets will be available for researchers and participants to use. The Cloud interactives (Cover and What Do You Seen ) will still function. The CLOUD GAZE team will set up test datasets within the interactives for educators and teachers to use in their classrooms.”
To read the entire blog, click here.News origin: GLOBE Implementation Office