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01/12/2022
NASA Langley Features the Cloud Challenge: Clouds in a Changing Climate
Clouds can give scientists a lot of important information about Earth's climate. That's why NASA and The GLOBE Program, an international science and education program that engages students and the public in data collection and the scientific process, are once again calling on Earth's citizen scientists to help NASA investigate clouds during the NASA GLOBE Cloud Challenge 2022: Clouds in a Changing Climate.  >>

01/06/2022
Free 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.  >>

12/16/2021
Clouds in a Changing Climate
We hope you will plan to join us in January for the NASA GLOBE Cloud Challenge 2022: Clouds in a Changing Climate. There are multiple ways to participate and contribute to furthering our understanding the Earth’s climate.  >>

12/09/2021
Site Maintenance: Friday, 10 December, from 03:00-06:00 p.m. PST
The Observer website will be down on Friday, 10 December, for site maintenance from 03:00 p.m. to 06:00 p.m. PST.  >>

12/01/2021
Adopt a Pixel 3 km
A new scientific paper featuring GLOBE data was published in Frontiers in Climate on 18 November 2021. The paper describes a method for collecting GLOBE land cover and mosquito habitat data with the GLOBE Observer app in a way that makes it easier to match with satellite data.  >>

11/30/2021
Mosquitoes: Sentinels of Our Changing Climate
If the last mosquito season felt longer, or if mosquito bites seemed to hurt more than you remembered, you didn’t imagine it! Mosquitoes respond sensitively to changes in heat, humidity, and precipitation, and serve as buzzy, annoying sentinels of our changing climate. Here’s how mosquitoes are letting us know our climate is changing.  >>

11/15/2021
GLOBE @ COP26
Information about The GLOBE Program was included as part of the NASA presence at the recent 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland.  >>

09/17/2021
3 Years of ICESat-2 and NASA GLOBE Observer Tree Heights
Three years ago, on September 15, 2018, at 6:02 a.m. PDT, NASA launched the Ice, Cloud, and land Elevation Satellite-2 or ICESat-2 from the Vandenberg Air Force Base (now the Vandenberg Space Force Base) in Lompoc, California.  >>

09/16/2021
Upcoming Downtime
During the downtime, users will still be able to make observations using the Observer app.  However, if doing so during this period, users will simply need to save their observations within the app to be able to submit them after the downtime has concluded.    >>

09/07/2021
Website Maintenance This Wednesday and Later in September
The GLOBE and GLOBE Observer websites will be down on Wednesday, 08 September for an upgrade to the latest version of the Liferay software.  >>