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Mesovortices within the eye of Hurricane Larry « CIMSS Satellite Blog

September 7th, 2021 | Scott Bachmeier GOES-16 “Clean” Infrared Window (10.35 µm) and “Red”...

NASA Works to Give Satellite Swarms a Hive Mind – Watts Up With That?

From NASA Sep 1, 2021 Swarms of small satellites could communicate amongst themselves to collect data on important weather patterns at different times of the day or year, and from multiple angles. Such...

Strong Demand For Jackets…Northern Europe Sees Very Little Midsummer Warming Over Past 2 Decades – Watts Up With That?

From the NoTricksZone By Kiryeand Pierre Gosselin Has anyone ever wondered why many Swedes like going south for their summer holidays?  Today to answer that question, we look at the July, 2021, mean temperature data...

Tropical Storm Henri just north of the Bahamas « CIMSS Satellite Blog

GOES-16 Visible Imagery, above, shows Tropical Storm Henri east of Florida and to the north of the Bahamas. Cirrus outflow is well-developed to the east and south, but the storm is...

Jyotika’s Tropical Storms Blog: Tropical Storms Grace, Henri, and Linda: 19 August, Update A

All that glitters is not gold! (or as I originally mis-typed it, All that glitters is not golf! :-)). Today we have two storms - one who has a weaker structure...

AR6 and The Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum – Watts Up With That?

By Andy May The PETM or Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum was a warm period that began between 56.3 and 55.9 Ma (million years ago). The IPCC AR6 report (actually a draft, not a...

“Valedictorians at the Gate:” How to Write a Winning Personal Essay

After the recommendations have been requested, after the testing has been completed, after one has purchased a blue and orange Go Hornets mug at the Kalamazoo bookstore, it’s time to sit down with...

A Dive 2,300 Feet into the Atlantic Ocean Uncovers a New Bright Red Jellyfish Species

 Photography Science #jellyfish #oceans #video August 12, 2021 Grace Ebert This beautiful red jellyfish in the genus Poralia may be an undescribed species. It was seen during the third transect of Dive 20 of the 2021 North...
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