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05/11/2022
Match to a Million: The GLOBE Program’s Countdown to a Million Satellite Matches
When your observations are matched to satellite data, you are helping capture a complete view of the complexity of the atmosphere. We are approaching ONE MILLION SATELLITE MATCHES and we need your help to make sure we meet it by the time The GLOBE Annual Meeting rolls around (this summer)!  >>

05/10/2022
2022 STEM For All Video Showcase
The STEM For All Video Showcase presents videos highlighting federally funded projects aimed at improving STEM and computer science education, including several related to GLOBE and NASA.  >>

05/05/2022
We Need Your Help Finding Mosquito Breeding Sites in Old Tires
The GLOBE Mission Mosquito Spare Tire Blitz launched in March and goes through June 2022. During the blitz, scientists are asking for your Mosquito Habitat Mapper observations. With this information, scientists will be able to document where female mosquitoes are using spare or discarded tires as breeding sites.  >>

04/25/2022
Website Downtime for Tuesday, 26 April
The GLOBE and Observer websites will be down 26 April for regular site maintenance operations.  Downtime will begin at 7 p.m. ET and conclude at about 9 p.m. ET that same day.  >>

03/17/2022
GLOBE Student Interns Recognized for AGU Scientific Presentations
Two GLOBE students were recently recognized by the American Geophysical Union (AGU) with an Outstanding Student Award for work presented at the Fall AGU Meeting.  >>

02/25/2022
NASA GLOBE Cloud Challenge Exceeds Expectations: Results Now In
The NASA GLOBE Cloud Challenge: Clouds in a Changing Climate concluded on 15 February and the final results are now available.  >>

02/18/2022
Are Old Tires New Mosquito Condos? Join the GLOBE Mission Mosquito “Spare Tire Blitz” this March through June 2022!
Scientists are now studying the mosquito larvae breeding sites found in old tires and hope you will use the Mosquito Habitat Mapper and Land Cover tools within The GLOBE Program’s GLOBE Observer app to contribute to this vital research. And remember, after you make your observations, dump out any pools of water whenever possible!  >>

02/07/2022
Celebrate Valentine's Day with GLOBE Observer
Looking for a valentine for that special someone? Why not share the science and the love at the same time with GLOBE Observer valentines!  >>

01/20/2022
Tree Height, Clouds, and ICESat-2: An Example of the Importance of Taking Multiple Observations at the Same Time and Same Place
Taking multiple GLOBE Program observations using the NASA GLOBE Observer – NASA GO – app’s tools (i.e. clouds, mosquito habitats, land cover, and tree height) in the same location at the same time helps students, citizen sciences, and professional researchers better understand what is happening in an environment.  >>

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.  >>

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