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s_tnk これ、なんだかわからないけど
めっちゃかっこいい

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Stunning Nighttime View of the Blizzard of 2015

A combination of the day-night band and high resolution infrared imagery from the Suomi NPP satellite shows the historic blizzard near peak intensity as it moves over the New York through Boston Metropolitan areas at 06:45Z (1:45 am EST) on January 27, 2015. The nighttime lights of the region are blurred by the high cloud tops associated with the most intense parts of the storm.

#nasagoddard #snow #blizzardof2015 #weather #winter #snowmageddon2015

Credit: NASA/NOAA/NPP Via: NOAA Environmental Visualization Laboratory
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  •   megumi.satoh.7 やべー。これ、地球儀つくってほしい 4h
  •   s_tnk @megumi.satoh.7 めっちゃかっこいいですよねー。これ!潤さんはわかってくれると思いました!英語なんて書いてるかわからないんですけどね。笑 4h
  •   megumi.satoh.7 なんつったって、うちらはいつもこっから目線で話をしているからね。 3h
  •   s_tnk @megumi.satoh.7 あれ?なんでしたっけ?それ。笑 🌍🌎 3h
  •   megumi.satoh.7 なんかしらないけど、話してると宇宙から地球をみてる絵にたどりつくの。 1h
  •   s_tnk @megumi.satoh.7 そんな話をした覚えはあります!いまでも落ち込んだりしたら宇宙目線で考えてます。笑 35min
  •   megumi.satoh.7 そう。 14min
  •   megumi.satoh.7 宇宙から見たら、人間なんて蟻にも満たないちっぽけな存在。 14min

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shipoftheimagination That's not a sunset. And that thin red line just above it? That's not a sun pillar. The red glow on the horizon comes from a volcanic eruption, and the red line is the eruption's reflection from many, many atmospheric ice crystals. This unusual volcanic light pillar was captured over Iceland earlier in September. The featured scene looks north from Jökulsárlón toward the erupting volcano Bárðarbunga in the Holuhraun lava field. Even the foreground sky is picturesque, with textured grey clouds in the lower atmosphere, shimmering green aurora in the upper atmosphere, and bright stars far in the distance. Although the last eruption from Holuhraun was in 1797, the present volcanic activity continues. 11h

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shipoftheimagination Amazing night time shot of the blizzards in New York
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Stunning Nighttime View of the Blizzard of 2015

A combination of the day-night band and high resolution infrared imagery from the Suomi NPP satellite shows the historic blizzard near peak intensity as it moves over the New York through Boston Metropolitan areas at 06:45Z (1:45 am EST) on January 27, 2015. The nighttime lights of the region are blurred by the high cloud tops associated with the most intense parts of the storm.

#nasagoddard #snow #blizzardof2015 #weather #winter #snowmageddon2015

Credit: NASA/NOAA/NPP Via: NOAA Environmental Visualization Laboratory
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timogomez #repost via @NASAgoddard "Stunning Nighttime View of the Blizzard of 2015

A combination of the day-night band and high resolution infrared imagery from the Suomi NPP satellite shows the historic blizzard near peak intensity as it moves over the New York through Boston Metropolitan areas at 06:45Z (1:45 am EST) on January 27, 2015. The nighttime lights of the region are blurred by the high cloud tops associated with the most intense parts of the storm.

#nasagoddard #snow #blizzardof2015 #weather #winter #snowmageddon2015

Credit: NASA/NOAA/NPP Via: NOAA Environmental Visualization Laboratory"
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wx_scientist #Repost @nasagoddard with @repostapp.
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Stunning Nighttime View of the Blizzard of 2015

A combination of the day-night band and high resolution infrared imagery from the Suomi NPP satellite shows the historic blizzard near peak intensity as it moves over the New York through Boston Metropolitan areas at 06:45Z (1:45 am EST) on January 27, 2015. The nighttime lights of the region are blurred by the high cloud tops associated with the most intense parts of the storm.

#nasagoddard #snow #blizzardof2015 #weather #winter #snowmageddon2015

Credit: NASA/NOAA/NPP Via: NOAA Environmental Visualization Laboratory
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seandimond A combination of the day-night band and high resolution infrared imagery from the Suomi NPP satellite on January 27, 2015.
#nasagoddard #snow #blizzardof2015 #weather #winter #snowmageddon2015

Credit: NASA/NOAA/NPP Via: NOAA Environmental Visualization Laboratory
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nasagoddard Stunning Nighttime View of the Blizzard of 2015

A combination of the day-night band and high resolution infrared imagery from the Suomi NPP satellite shows the historic blizzard near peak intensity as it moves over the New York through Boston Metropolitan areas at 06:45Z (1:45 am EST) on January 27, 2015. The nighttime lights of the region are blurred by the high cloud tops associated with the most intense parts of the storm.

#nasagoddard #snow #blizzardof2015 #weather #winter #snowmageddon2015

Credit: NASA/NOAA/NPP Via: NOAA Environmental Visualization Laboratory
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jo530 This is our Sun. From #nasagoddard #Sun #omg 1d

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This is a composite image of all four rockets for the M-TeX and MIST experiments is made up of 30 second exposures. The rocket salvo began at 4:13 a.m. EST, Jan. 26, 2015, from the Poker Flat Research Range, Alaska.
More info: The Mesosphere-Lower Thermosphere Turbulence Experiment, or M-TeX, and the Mesospheric Inversion-layer Stratified Turbulence, or MIST, experiment were successfully conducted the morning of Jan. 26, 2015, from the Poker Flat Research Range, Alaska.

The first M-Tex rocket, a NASA Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket, was launched at 4:13 a.m. EST and was followed one-minute later by the first MIST experiment payload on a NASA Terrier-Improved Orion. The second M-TeX payload was launched at 4:46 a.m. EST and also was followed one minute later by the second MIST payload.

Preliminary data show that all four payloads worked as planned and the trimethyl aluminum, or TMA, vapor trails were seen at the various land-based observation sites in Alaska. A fifth rocket carrying the Auroral Spatial Structures Probe remains ready on the launch pad. The launch window for this experiment runs through Jan. 27.

Credit: NASA/Jamie Adkins #nasagoddard #rocket
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harliecowan That is an awesome shot
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This is a composite image of all four rockets for the M-TeX and MIST experiments is made up of 30 second exposures. The rocket salvo began at 4:13 a.m. EST, Jan. 26, 2015, from the Poker Flat Research Range, Alaska.
More info: The Mesosphere-Lower Thermosphere Turbulence Experiment, or M-TeX, and the Mesospheric Inversion-layer Stratified Turbulence, or MIST, experiment were successfully conducted the morning of Jan. 26, 2015, from the Poker Flat Research Range, Alaska.

The first M-Tex rocket, a NASA Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket, was launched at 4:13 a.m. EST and was followed one-minute later by the first MIST experiment payload on a NASA Terrier-Improved Orion. The second M-TeX payload was launched at 4:46 a.m. EST and also was followed one minute later by the second MIST payload.

Preliminary data show that all four payloads worked as planned and the trimethyl aluminum, or TMA, vapor trails were seen at the various land-based observation sites in Alaska. A fifth rocket carrying the Auroral Spatial Structures Probe remains ready on the launch pad. The launch window for this experiment runs through Jan. 27.

Credit: NASA/Jamie Adkins #nasagoddard #rocket
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nasagoddard This is a composite image of all four rockets for the M-TeX and MIST experiments is made up of 30 second exposures. The rocket salvo began at 4:13 a.m. EST, Jan. 26, 2015, from the Poker Flat Research Range, Alaska.
More info: The Mesosphere-Lower Thermosphere Turbulence Experiment, or M-TeX, and the Mesospheric Inversion-layer Stratified Turbulence, or MIST, experiment were successfully conducted the morning of Jan. 26, 2015, from the Poker Flat Research Range, Alaska.

The first M-Tex rocket, a NASA Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket, was launched at 4:13 a.m. EST and was followed one-minute later by the first MIST experiment payload on a NASA Terrier-Improved Orion. The second M-TeX payload was launched at 4:46 a.m. EST and also was followed one minute later by the second MIST payload.

Preliminary data show that all four payloads worked as planned and the trimethyl aluminum, or TMA, vapor trails were seen at the various land-based observation sites in Alaska. A fifth rocket carrying the Auroral Spatial Structures Probe remains ready on the launch pad. The launch window for this experiment runs through Jan. 27.

Credit: NASA/Jamie Adkins #nasagoddard #rocket
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I LOVE MY HOME This image taken from the Suomi NPP satellite's VIIRS instrument of New Zealand was collected on January 9, 2015 when the phytoplankton were blooming — particularly to the east of the islands and along the Chatham Rise.

Derived from the Greek words phyto (plant) and plankton (made to wander or drift), phytoplankton are microscopic organisms that live in watery environments, both salty and fresh.

Phytoplankton growth depends on the availability of carbon dioxide, sunlight, and nutrients. Phytoplankton, like land plants, require nutrients such as nitrate, phosphate, silicate, and calcium at various levels depending on the species. Some phytoplankton can fix nitrogen and can grow in areas where nitrate concentrations are low. They also require trace amounts of iron which limits phytoplankton growth in large areas of the ocean because iron concentrations are very low. Other factors influence phytoplankton growth rates, including water temperature and salinity, water depth, wind, and what kinds of predators are grazing on them.

When conditions are right, phytoplankton populations can grow explosively, a phenomenon known as a bloom. Blooms in the ocean may cover hundreds of square kilometers and are easily visible in satellite images. A bloom may last several weeks, but the life span of any individual phytoplankton is rarely more than a few days.

Credit: NASA/Goddard/NPP #nasagoddard #NewZealand
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tracylou10 Peering into the thousands of frozen layers inside Greenland’s ice sheet is like looking back in time. Each layer provides a record of what Earth’s climate was like at the dawn of civilization, or during the last ice age, or during an ancient period of warmth similar to the one we experience today. Scientists using ice-penetrating radar data collected by NASA’s Operation IceBridge and earlier airborne campaigns have built the first-ever comprehensive map of layers deep inside the Greenland Ice Sheet.
View the full video: http://youtu.be/u0VbPE0TOtQ

Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center #nasagoddard #ice #Greenland
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tiagoteixeirageo Investigar as milhares de camadas de gelo da Groenlândia é como olhar para trás no tempo. Cada camada fornece um registro de como era o clima da Terra no alvorecer da civilização, ou durante a última idade do gelo, ou durante um período antigo de calor semelhante ao que experimentamos hoje. Cientistas, usando dados de radar de penetração de gelo recolhidos pela Operação IceBridge da NASA e campanhas aéreas anteriores construíram o primeiro mapa global de camadas profundas do manto de gelo da Groenlândia.
Veja o vídeo completo: http://youtu.be/u0VbPE0TOtQ

Crédito: Goddard Space Flight Center #nasagoddard #ice #Greenland da NASA
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marwell03 #Repost @nasagoddard
#nasagoddard #nasa #planetearth #planetatierra #January #friday
Peering into the thousands of frozen layers inside Greenland’s ice sheet is like looking back in time. Each layer provides a record of what Earth’s climate was like at the dawn of civilization, or during the last ice age, or during an ancient period of warmth similar to the one we experience today. Scientists using ice-penetrating radar data collected by NASA’s Operation IceBridge and earlier airborne campaigns have built the first-ever comprehensive map of layers deep inside the Greenland Ice Sheet.
View the full video: http://youtu.be/u0VbPE0TOtQ

Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center #nasagoddard #ice #Greenland
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meezy92 Peering into the thousands of frozen layers inside Greenland’s ice sheet is like looking back in time. Each layer provides a record of what Earth’s climate was like at the dawn of civilization, or during the last ice age, or during an ancient period of warmth similar to the one we experience today. Scientists using ice-penetrating radar data collected by NASA’s Operation IceBridge and earlier airborne campaigns have built the first-ever comprehensive map of layers deep inside the Greenland Ice Sheet.
View the full video: http://youtu.be/u0VbPE0TOtQ

Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center #nasagoddard #ice #Greenland
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nasagoddard Peering into the thousands of frozen layers inside Greenland’s ice sheet is like looking back in time. Each layer provides a record of what Earth’s climate was like at the dawn of civilization, or during the last ice age, or during an ancient period of warmth similar to the one we experience today. Scientists using ice-penetrating radar data collected by NASA’s Operation IceBridge and earlier airborne campaigns have built the first-ever comprehensive map of layers deep inside the Greenland Ice Sheet.
View the full video: http://youtu.be/u0VbPE0TOtQ

Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center #nasagoddard #ice #Greenland
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markabsher An instrument on the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) captured its 100 millionth image of the sun. The instrument is the Atmospheric Imaging Assembly, or AIA, which uses four telescopes working parallel to gather eight images of the sun – cycling through 10 different wavelengths -- every 12 seconds. This is a processed image of SDO multiwavelength blend from Jan. 19, 2015, the date of the spacecraft's 100th millionth image release. Credit: NASA/Goddard/SDO #nasagoddard #sun #space Regram via @nasagoddard 7d

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