Two studies showcase new methods for analyzing GRACE data that better match the land surface, producing clearer estimates of mass variations.
The laser-based instruments aboard the GRACE-FO satellites may be extended to other geophysical applications to collect data on other submonthly mass changes in Earth’s system.
A trio of CubeSats allows South Africa to showcase its growing space industry as well as monitor its coastal zones.
Amateur astronomers sifting through NASA’s public data uncovered a long-orbit gas giant that could help scientists understand how these planets form.
Assimilation of Aeolus winds in the ECMWF analyses and forecasts improves the Kelvin Waves representation and forecasts in the tropical tropopause layer.
Concrete, used in everything from streets to skyscrapers, needs sand, often mined from active rivers in developing countries with little oversight. Researchers can now use satellites to keep watch.
Measurements of our planet’s gravitational field could expose processes in the fluid outer core—if scientists can decipher the signals.
By using data from two lightning-spotting satellites, researchers measure explosions of thousands of small meteors and create a database that could help the planetary defense community.
An analysis of the impact of targeted observations from the Geostationary Interferometric Infrared Sounder at high-temporal resolution on forecasts for Typhoon Maria in 2018.
ZIMSAT-1 promises to expand Zimbabwe’s remote sensing capabilities and allow it to better monitor natural resources.