GLOBE Observer is challenging citizen scientists to map as much land as possible between Sept. 22, Public Lands Day, and Oct. 1, NASA’s 60th anniversary. The 10 citizen scientists who map the most land in this period will be recognized on social media and will receive a digital certificate of appreciation from GLOBE Observer. >>
Facebook LIVE: World Met Day
Join the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), the GLOBE Program, and NASA GLOBE Observer for a Facebook LIVE on World Met Day. Tune in Friday, March 23rd at 2:30 p.m. UTC. to learn about weather, clouds and citizen science with Jessica Taylor and Marilé Colón Robles of NASA Langley, and Secretary-General Petteri Taalas of the WMO. >>
Citizen Science Day 2018
Citizen Science Day celebrates the contributions of citizen scientists to a variety of STEM fields and empowers citizens to use science to gain a better understanding of the world around them. Join organizations from around the world celebrating the power of citizen science, for Citizen Science Day 2018 on April 14th, 2018. >>
Facebook Live: Buzzing About Mosquitoes
Join us for a Facebook Live event from NASA's Goddard Spaceflight Center on Thursday, 09 November, at 03:00 p.m. ET (7 p.m. UTC). The event will focus on mosquito science and citizen science, and is a part of the celebration of the culmination of a global experiment using the Mosquito Habitat Mapper app. >>
Webinar: Using NASA Satellite Data to Predict and Respond to Water-related and Vector-borne Diseases
Come learn how and why NASA satellite data is being used to predict the onset of water-related and vector-borne diseases as well as to inform operational users so they can respond to outbreaks. During this telecon, we will have NASA scientists share research that is being done to learn more about malaria transmission in the western Amazon basin as well as cholera outbreaks in various locations. >>
Facebook Live: Aerosols at Balloon Fiesta in New Mexico
Make plans to join us live Monday, October 9th on Facebook from Albuquerque, New Mexico. >>
Did you Know?
This is an example of fairly large-celled cirrocumulus, mostly cloudy and pretty much translucent.
Photo by Jeff Caplan, NASA Photographer.