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Read News: What on Earth is an Anaglyph?
What on Earth is an Anaglyph?
11-21-2016
The science team behind MISR frequently publishes special images called stereo anaglyphs. But what exactly is an anaglyph, and how is one made from MISR data? >>

Read News: AirMSPI Participates in NASA Exhibitions at Local Air Shows
AirMSPI Participates in NASA Exhibitions at Local Air Shows
11-07-2016
The AirMSPI scientists spoke about NASA’s current and future role in aviation and answered questions from the public. >>

Read News: NASA Sees Hurricane Matthew over Haiti Tuesday Morning
NASA Sees Hurricane Matthew over Haiti Tuesday Morning
10-04-2016
NASA's MISR instrument catches hot towers -- enormous thunderheads -- from Hurricane Matthes over Haiti the morning of Oct. 4, 2016. >>

Read News: Crack Advances Across Antarctic Ice Shelf
Crack Advances Across Antarctic Ice Shelf
09-12-2016
n August 2016, the return of sunlight on the Antarctic Peninsula meant that the landscape became visible again in natural-color satellite imagery. That’s when scientists saw something interesting: a rift along Larsen C—the continent’s fourth-largest ice shelf—has grown considerably longer. >>

Read News: From the Field: ImPACT Measures Air Pollution Over California’s Central Valley
From the Field: ImPACT Measures Air Pollution Over California’s Central Valley
09-10-2016
ImPACT-PM (Imaging Polarimetric Assessment and Characterization of Tropospheric Particulate Matter) is all about measuring air pollution via remote sensing. >>

Read News: NASA's MISR Spots Hurricane Hermine Approaching Florida
NASA's MISR Spots Hurricane Hermine Approaching Florida
09-01-2016
This natural-color image from MISR's vertical-pointing camera shows the large, loosely organized hurricane. On Sept. 1, at 12:30 p.m. EDT, the center of the storm was located about 200 miles (325 kilometers) to the west of Sarasota on the Florida coast. >>

Read News: NASA's MISR Views America's National Parks in 3-D
NASA's MISR Views America's National Parks in 3-D
08-25-2016
Just in time for the U.S. National Park Service's Centennial celebration on Aug. 25, NASA's Multiangle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR) instrument aboard NASA's Terra satellite is releasing four new anaglyphs that showcase 33 of our nation's national parks, monuments, historical sites and recreation areas in glorious 3D. >>