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02/28/2022NASA GLOBE Cloud Challenge Exceeds Expectations: Badge and Certificates Now Available
Observations tallied in at over 42 thousand with 108,214 photos being added to the GLOBE database. Not only did observations come in from 89 countries from all around the world, but all seven continents are represented in the data. Cloud Challenge participants really delivered on the satellite match goal and provided nearly 50 thousand satellite matches. >>
01/13/2022NASA Langley Features the Cloud Challenge: Clouds in a Changing Climate
During this year's challenge, which runs 15 January through 15 February, GLOBE is asking you to observe clouds in two ways. Make sure to consider the following: How do the clouds above your head connect to what's happening on a global scale? >>
01/05/2022Free and Open to the Public -- Webinars for the NASA GLOBE Cloud Challenge 2022: Clouds in a Changing Climate
Make plans to attend one of the following information and training opportunities as part of the NASA GLOBE Cloud Challenge 2022: Clouds in a Changing Climate. >>
07/13/2021Big Changes to GLOBE Observer and GLOBE’s Data Entry System are Now Here!
We’re happy to announce that a long-term project has come to conclusion. Monday, 12 July marked the release of a number of changes and additions to the GLOBE Observer app. >>
03/26/2019Help NASA Measure Trees with Your Smartphone
Healthy forests play a crucial role in Earth’s ecosystem as growing trees take up carbon from the atmosphere. NASA satellites and airborne missions study forests to see how carbon moves through ecosystems – and now citizen scientists can help investigate this key question as well by using their smartphone to measure tree height. >>
07/21/2017NASA Invites You to Become a Citizen Scientist During US Total Solar Eclipse
The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment, or GLOBE, Program is a NASA-supported research and education program that encourages students and citizen scientists to collect and analyze environmental observations. GLOBE Observer is a free, easy-to-use app that guides citizen scientists through data collection. >>
04/27/2014SciGirls: Science for Girls!
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. Find links to the programs here. >>