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A NASA spacecraft discovers antimatter bursts released by thunderstorms.   10900   Antimatter Explosions
The world was a cooler place in 1951, the first year of a 30-year baseline period used in the NASA temperature record.   10901   None
The polar jet stream, as you've never seen it before.   10902   Aerial Superhighway
Watch plants consume carbon dioxide and alter the chemistry of the atmosphere.   10903   None
Come take a romantic ride above one of the most heavenly of planets.   10904   None
Still from animation.   10905   Interstellar Neutral Atoms
The solar journey through space is carrying us through a cluster of very low density interstellar clouds.  Right now the Sun is inside of a cloud that is so tenuous that the interstellar gas detected by IBEX is as sparse as a handful of air stretched over a column that is hundreds of light years long.  These clouds are identified by their motions. No Labels. Credit: NASA/Adler/U. Chicago/Wesleyan   10906   NASA's IBEX Spacecraft Reveals New Observations of Interstellar Matter
This narrated video provides an overview of the discovery.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10907   NASA Discovers Massive Phytoplankton Bloom Under Arctic Sea Ice
Short narrated video about the Interstellar Boundary Explorer spacecraft and mission.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10908   IBEX: Observing the Sun's Horizon
Promo for additions to Visualization Explorer app.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10909   NASA's Visualization Explorer iPad App Expands Coverage Across the Universe
Learn more about geodesy in this video!   For complete transcript, click  here .   10910   Looking Down a Well: A Brief History of Geodesy
Profile of James Fraction, an electrical engineer working on the Magnetospheric MultiScale Mission (MMS).   For complete transcript, click  here .   10911   African-American History Month Profiles
A brief recap of the satellite news media tour on February 1, 2012 that looked at the science of falling snow, how NASA observes snow from space, and the factors that lead to the 2010   10912   Uncovering Winter's Mystery Recap
A timelapse of the Thermal Infrared Sensor(TIRS) instrument for the Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) being cleaned, bagged, and packed to ship to Orbital Sciences Corp, where TIRS will be integrated with the spacecraft.   10914   TIRS - the Thermal Infrared Sensor on LDCM
The largest of the newly detected graben found in highlands of the lunar farside. The broadest graben is about 500 m wide and topography derived from Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC) Narrow Angle Camera (NAC) stereo images indicates they are almost 20 m deep.   Credit:  NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University/Smithsonian Institution   10915   NASA Spacecraft Reveals Recent Geological Activity on the Moon
Islands take many forms—from sand-covered reefs to forested volcanic rocks—all of them beautiful.   10916   None
Understanding the material from beyond our solar system tells of our past and evolution.   10917   "Alien" Material
Gamma rays radiate from the Milky Way's center, but where do they come from?   10918   Galactic Lobes
The vast frozen cap that covers the Arctic Ocean crackles with the energy of a continent-sized slab of ice in constant motion.   10919   The Long Thaw
A new NASA study takes a look at water and ice losses in the Himalayan region.   10920   Retreating Glaciers And Groundwater
It's a big place out there. Now you can explore it all right here.   10921   Across The Universe
Short narrated video about ATREX.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10922   NASA Jet Stream Study Lights up Night Sky
For complete transcript, click  here .   10923   Flying through the Rift: An update on the crack in the P.I.G.
Rocket ascending into space passes by the camera.   10924   Terrier-improved Malemute Animations
Massive Flare Gets HD Closeup.  Credit: NASA/GSFC/SDO   For complete transcript, click  here .   10925   HD Close up of March 6th X5.4 Flare
This animation illustrates the process of evapotranspiration.  As water soaks into the ground, some is taken up by plants and some evaporates out of the soil.  The plant leaves transpire some of the water they picked up.  Both processes, together known as evapotranspiration, end up cooling the surface the water excapes from as it returns to the atmosphere.   10926   Evaporation and Transpiration
New movies of Jupiter are the first to catch an invisible wave shaking up one of the giant planet's jet streams, an interaction that also takes place in Earth's atmosphere and influences the weather.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10927   RATTLING JET STREAM ON JUPITER
The narrated tour of the moon combined with the Evolution of the Moon animation.   10929   A Narrated Tour of the Moon
MUSIC/SFX ONLY - 2D AND 3D: Learn more about the evolution of the moon by watching this video!  This version contains both the left and right videos for stereoscopic 3D presentations, and you can also download standard 2D versions! The labels next to each link will help you pick.   10930   Evolution of the Moon
The brutal secret of how the moon got the scarred face we know and love.   10931   Moon Struck
Arctic carbon dioxide levels are measured in the mid-troposphere, about 5 to 7 miles above the surface.   10932   Trapped In The Troposphere
A large solar flare gives rise to humongous waves on the sun.   10933   Super Hot Tsunami
Shades of green have slowly reclaimed the scarred landscape around Mount St. Helens.   10934   Devastation And Recovery
Visions of Goddard   10935   Visions of Goddard
Tornado season began rather early in 2012. The GOES satellites send valuable data to help meteorologists stay a step ahead of severe storms. This video shows satellite imagery from the March 2-3, 2012 tornado outbreak that damaged severely Henryville, Indiana.   10936   GOES-R Series Resource Reel
Beauty Pass of RBSP Animation   10937   RBSP Animation
Ground validation science manager Walt Petersen gives a summary of the GCPEx field campaign.    For complete transcript, click  here .   10938   NASA Wraps Up Cold Season Campaign for GPM
GPM Project Manager Art Azarbarzin and Deputy Project Manager Candace Carlisle discuss the Dual-Frequency Precipitation Radar (DPR) as it arrives from Japan and prepares for testing and integration at Goddard.    For complete transcript, click  here .   10940   JAXA's Dual-Frequency Precipitation Radar Arrives at Goddard
What protects us from space weather?    Holly Gilbert and Phil Chamberlin answer.    For complete transcript, click  here .   10941   Space Weather FAQ Interviews
Astronomers using data from the European Space Agency's XMM-Newton satellite have found a long-sought X-ray signal from NGC 4151, a galaxy that contains a supermassive black hole. When the black hole's X-ray source flares, its accretion disk reflects the emission about half an hour later. The discovery promises a new way to unravel what's happening in the neighborhood of these powerful objects.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10942   X-ray 'Echoes' Probe Habitat
of Monster Black Hole
No one knows what dark matter is, but it constitutes 80 percent of the matter in our universe. By studying numerous dwarf galaxies — satellite systems that orbit our own Milky Way galaxy — NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope has produced some of the strongest limits yet on the nature of the hypothetical particles suspected of making up dark matter.   Short, narrated video.  Poster image, and dark matter simulations credit: Simulation: Wu, Hahn, Wechsler, Abel(KIPAC),  Visualization: Kaehler (KIPAC)      Watch this video on the  NASAexplorer YouTube channel.     For complete transcript, click  here .   10943   Fermi Observations of Dwarf Galaxies Provide New Insights on Dark Matter
North America's mild winter has people asking,   10945   Winter, Interrupted
The Lut Desert's dry, gravelly floor absorbs nearly all of the sun's energy and reflects only small amounts of sunlight.   10946   Hottest Place On Earth?
Two neutron stars collide in one very big bang.   10947   Crash And Burst
Left for dead, geologically speaking, the moon is showing signs of more recent life.   10948   Shrinking, Growing Moon
Artificial clouds illuminate a jet stream at the edge of space.   10949   Glowing Winds
This   10950   Ice Canyon
The iconic photograph from the 1960s with a modern twist.   10951   Earthrise 2.0
Ice losses in Antarctica are concentrated on its western coast, while Greenland's thawing has spread from the south to the northwest since 2005.   10952   The Biggest Losers
Earth, wind and water combine to create the world's endless ocean currents.   10953   Swirling Seas
This aurora, photographed in Finland, was a beautiful side effect of a geomagnetic storm in February 2012.   10954   Rattling Earth's Force Field
Animation showing some characteristics of WIMPs   10955   WIMPs--Weakly Interacting Massive Particles
The Webb Telescope's primary mirror has 18 hexagonal mirror segments. This footage taken at the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center shows 6 primary mirror segments being prepared readied for cryogenic testing.   10956   Webb Telescope Flight Mirror Cryogenic Testing at Marshall Space Flight Center
Short, edited video of X1 flare in 171.   10957   New Active Region on Sun Produces Three Flares Including an X1 on March 5
Pursuit of Light movie      Watch on YouTube:  http://youtu.be/5tE5XJzZ-Rw .   10958   Pursuit of Light
Part 1     For complete transcript, click  here .   10959   NASA Scientists Answer Top Space Weather Questions
Artist's conception of a near-Earth asteroid flying past our planet.   10960   OSIRIS-REx Animations
Watch the visualization here!   For complete transcript, click  here .   10961   NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Brings "Earthrise" to Everyone
Short video of ongoing eruption.  The video begins in 304 angstrom extreme ultraviolet and ends with 171 angstrom.   10962   Big Blast--April 16th Flare and CME
Promo video for NASA Earth Day Video Contest 2012.   10963   Earth Day 2012 Video Contest Teaser
2D/3D VERSIONS - INDIVIDUAL LEFT/RIGHT VIDEOS:  Learn more about VLBI in this video!  This version contains both the left and right videos for stereoscopic 3D presentations. If you'd like a standard (2D) version, just pick a format—either the left or the right video will work just fine! The labels below will help you identify the formats and the left/right versions.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10964   Using Quasars to Measure the Earth: A Brief History of VLBI
Backlit by the sun, seen here at 193 angstroms, Venus completes its last transit until 2117.   10965   Visions Of Venus
For complete transcript, click  here .   10966   SDO: Year 2
A water-rich polka dot pattern takes over the traditional rectangular patchwork of fields in this 40 year sequence of Landsat images showing the dry Texas panhandle near the town of Dalhart.  In this series, vegetation appears red and the bare soil of fallow fields or sparsely vegetated grasslands appear white to green.  The blue-gray X near the center of the images marks the town of Dalhart.     For complete transcript, click  here .   10967   Dalhart, Texas 1972-2011
Systems Engineer Carlos Gomez-Rosa discusses his work on the ground communication system for the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN (MAVEN) mission, and his experience at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.  This video is the second of a two-part Spanish-language series.  English transcript available below.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10968   MAVEN Profiles
Studinger: NASA's Operation IceBridge is a six-year campaign that monitors the sea ice and the land ice over the Arctic and the Antarctic.Over the past couple of weeks we have collected a tremendous data set over the sea ice in the Arctic Ocean that will allow us to calibrate the European Space Agency's Cryosat 2 satellitee. And we were able to do this because we were pooling resources between ESA's Cryovex campaign and NASA's Operation IceBridge. And this joint data set will allow us to build a joint time series of measurements in the Arctic Ocean This was the second year in a row that we have collected data on the ground in the air, and from satellite measurements at the same time, and this data set will help us greatly to understand the data and calibrate the data that are being collected by satellites from space. The data sets that we are collecting will also help develop better techniques for ICESat2 and together with all these satellite missions we hope to build a very long time series, beginning with ICESat one, covering over IceBridge, Cryosat 2, and leading up to ICESat 2 in the future. [wind sounds]   10969   OIB: NASA and ESA in an Arctic Alliance
When it comes to ice in Antarctica, out of sight is not out of mind.   10970   Currents Of Change
Marine plants multiply and take over the seas.   10971   Super Blooms
A breathtaking compilation of solar views you don't want to miss.   10972   Greatest Hits
Witness an agricultural revolution take shape.   10973   Crop Circles
NASA invites amateur astronomers to investigate key asteroids.   10974   Most Wanted
Cloud evolution in under a minute.   10975   Up, Up And Away
The launch of TDRS-K will begin the replenishment of the fleet through the development and deployment of the next generation spacecraft. These satellites will ensure NASA's Space Network continues to provide around-the-clock, high throughput communications services to NASA's missions and serving the scientific community and human spaceflight program for years to come.    For complete transcript, click  here .   10976   TDRS Heart of Communication
NASA models and supercomputing have created a colorful new view of aerosol movement.
  10977   Paint By Particle
It's the most infrequent, predictable occurrence in the heavens, and it's happening soon.   10978   Venus Transit
The rocky surface of Vesta hides a secret inside.   10979   The Smallest Planet?
NASA has added new satellites to its Earth-observing fleet, with more on the way soon.   10980   Next Generation
For the first time, a jet stream on Jupiter is seen catching an atmospheric wave.   10981   Jupiter's Jet Streams
Satellites have observed Columbia Glacier withdraw into the mountains of southeastern Alaska.   10982   Rapid Retreat
Scientists discover the largest under-ice phytoplankton bloom ever seen.   10983   Secret Garden
Layers of armor protect Earth from the sun's harmful energies, while letting in heat and light that power the climate.   10984   Shields Up!
Energy waves sparked by lightning resonate around Earth and reveal a leaky barrier to space.   10985   Lightning Reverb
What created the unusual spiral arms surrounding this star?   10986   A Star's Spiral
Telescopes look deep into a galaxy to snap a detailed view of a black hole's jets.
  10987   Black Hole Snapshot
Day One of the Robotic Refueling Mission comes to a successful close. NASA engineers at the Goddard Space Flight Center and the Johnson Space Center put a robot to work outside the International Space Station, and successfully complete initial mission goals for the day.    For complete transcript, click  here .   10988   Robotic Refueling Mission
Brief teaser video introducing the major scientific and societal benefits of the Global Precipitation Measurement Mission (GPM).    For complete transcript, click  here .   10989   GPM: The Fresh(water) Connection
Video.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10990   Incandescent Sun
Short narrated video and print-resolution still.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10991   A Young Star Flaunts its X-ray Spots
Prerecorded Earth Day webcast. Please note: the introduction to the webcast is not included in this recording. This is a large video file, please download instead of playing through browser.   10993   Earth Day 2012: Beautiful Earth
Animaiton of Near-InfraRed Camera (NIRCam) instrument rotating (with embedded alpha channel)   10994   Webb Telescope Instrument Animations
Goddard Spring Interns 2012   For complete transcript, click  here .   10995   Goddard Spring Interns 2012
193 angstrom image from SDO   10996   SDO's Ultra-high Definition View of 2012 Venus Transit
In this short video, research scientist Colin Seftor talks about images from the OMPS instrument on the Suomi NPP satellite. Suomi (NPP) launched in the fall of 2011. These images show smoke from Asia that migrates to North America. Seftor explains the importance of aerosols to the studies of climate as well as how critical it is to collect long term data records.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10997   Suomi Sees Asian Fires Migrate To North America
Video of approaching Venus Transit from LASCO C3 covering May 31 to midday June 4.   10998   SOHO LASCO View of Approaching Venus Transit
Footage montage of GPM Core Observatory in various stages of integration and testing.   10999   GPM Core Spacecraft Integration and Testing
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