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12/29/2022
The GLOBE Program at the AGU Fall Meeting
From 12-16 December 2022, The GLOBE Program and members of the GLOBE community attended the American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting in Chicago, Illinois, an annual gathering of Earth scientists from around the world sharing their research and discoveries.  >>

12/15/2022
How to Compare Your Cloud Observations to Satellite Data
One of the most exciting moments in making a cloud observation is receiving your NASA “Satellite-Match” personalized email. The email includes data about your observation, time and location, and it matches it to satellite data obtained at approximately the same time and at your location. Este artículo también está disponible en español.  >>

09/21/2022
GLOBE Clouds New Satellite Matching: NOAA-20
The NASA GLOBE Clouds team is excited to announce the upcoming addition of NOAA-20, a new satellite, to the satellite matching capabilities. This means that when you make your cloud observations, you can match your observations to NOAA-20, but what is NOAA-20? Este artículo también está disponible en español.  >>

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)!  >>

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.  >>

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.  >>

01/06/2022
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.  >>

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.  >>

09/03/2021
The Solar Terminator Problem
The NASA GLOBE Clouds team at NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) launched the (Solar) Terminator Problem, a special intense observation period (IOP) to collect citizen science solar terminator observations. The special IOP was launched to help validate a new satellite cloud detection algorithm.  >>

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