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Music: Crystal Sound Bath by James Alexander Dorman [PRS]     Complete transcript  available.   12600   EPIC Observations of Ice in Earth's Atmosphere, from a Million Miles Away
Scientists at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center have combined ocean measurements with cutting-edge supercomputer simulations to analyze the 2015-2016 El Niño in three dimensions.  This visualization looks at the top 225 meters of the ocean, showing warmer than normal water in red, colder than normal water in blue.  In the second half, current information is included, with east-flowing currents in yellow and west-flowing currents in white.  Music: Bourrée from Handel's Water Music  Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .   12601   A 3D Look at the 2015 El Niño
Complete transcript  available.   Music credit: 'Cycle of Life' by Philippe Lhommet [SACEM] from Killer Tracks   Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .   12602   NASA Set To Launch Shoebox-sized Satellite Studying Earth's Upper Atmosphere
Complete transcript  available.   Music credits: ‘Inner Confusion’ by Laurent Levesque [SACEM], ‘The Awakening’ by Benjamin Krause [GEMA], Scott Goodman [ASCAP], ‘Cellular Signals’ by Laurent Levesque [SACEM]    Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .   12603   Predicting Malaria Outbreaks With NASA Satellites
Observations of spicules from  NASA/JAXA's Hinode spacecraft .   12604   Scientists Uncover Origins of Dynamic Jets on Sun's Surface
This video explains some of what's known about neutron stars and previews NASA's Neutron star Interior Composition Explorer mission (NICER).    Music:  Killer Tracks, Choose (NM318); Calamitous Computations (ICON011); Dreaming Solitude (PKT017)   12605   What is a Neutron Star?
This video is a teaser for the NICER mission.   Music:  Killer Tracks, Stuva (PKT017); Sound Design Whoosh 4 (KT260); Drone Ambient (KT202)   12606   NICER: Launching Soon to the Space Station
Music: Devotion by David Goldsmith [PRS]     Complete transcript  available.   12607   NASA Releases a Tiny Satellite to Study Ice Clouds
Complete transcript  available.   12608   IceBridge tackles Svalbard, North Pole, and Greenland in One Day
4K B-Roll of engineers working on Webb inside the Chamber A cleanroom at Johnson Space Center.   12609   Webb Telescope Element Arrives at NASA JSC for Cryogenic Testing
Complete transcript  available.   12610   Webb Moves to Johnson Space Center
B-roll of TESS spacecraft being prepared for integrating and testing.   12611   TESS Integration Prep B-Roll
In 1980, Mount St. Helens roared back into major activity with a massive eruption that leveled surrounding forest, blasted away over a thousand feet of the mountain's summit, and claimed 57 human lives.  This short video shows the catastrophic eruption - and the amazing recovery of the surrounding ecosystem - through the eyes of the Landsat satellites, which have been imaging our planet for almost forty years.   By observing red, near-infrared, and green wavelengths of light reflected off the surface, it is possible to distinguish healthy vegetation (in green) from bare ground (in magenta).  Music: Running by Dirk Ehlert [BMI], Guillermo De La Barreda [BMI]  Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .   12612   Landsat Tracks Mount St. Helens Recovery
Still Image for page   12613   SDO 4k Slow-rotation Sun Resource Page
Still Image   12614   SDO Anniversary Series
Participants in the 2017 Planetary Science Winter School discuss what it takes to go from science concept to engineering reality.  Complete transcript  available.   Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .   Music provided by Killer Tracks:   12620   Winter School Class of 2017
Music credit:   12621   Star Gives Birth to Possible Black Hole in Hubble and Spitzer Images
Short B-roll clip showing the transport of the James Webb Space Telescope optics and instrument segment from the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland to the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston for cryogenic testing.  More extensive b-roll can be found here:  https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/12609 and here:  https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/12609   12623   B-roll Clip of Webb Telescope Transport from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland to NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston
B-roll of the moon as captured during Webb;'s load into the U.S. Air Force C5M at Joint Base Andrews.    12624   B-roll: Webb Telescope Element Packed and Transported to Joint Base Andrews for trip to NASA Johnson Space Center
B-roll for the live shots   12625   Rare Total Solar Eclipse Is Only Two Months Away Live Shots 6.21.17
Webb is prepared and lifted onto the Hardpoint Offloader Support System (HOSS).   12626   Webb Lifted on the Hardpoint Offloader Support System (HOSS)
B-roll of engineers deploying the Webb Telescope's Aft Deployable ISIM Radiator (ADIR). 4K and 1080p B-roll   12627   Engineers Test the Webb Telescope's Aft Deployable ISIM Radiator (ADIR)
Music: Eternal Sunset by Alexandre Prodhomme [SACEM]     Complete transcript  available.   12628   Building a Hurricane Season in the Atlantic Ocean
Music: Anywhere by François Pavan [SACEM], Mi-Yung Pavan [SACEM]      Complete transcript  available.   12629   Ocean Circulation Plays an Important Role in Absorbing Carbon from the Atmosphere
Music credit: Killer Tracks, Shifting Reality   12630   NICER Mission Overview
GOES-R field campaign 2017--Video Feature      With NOAA’s revolutionary GOES-16 weather satellite in space and data flowing, the GOES-R team, a joint NOAA and NASA effort, set out to fine-tune and validate the satellite’s earth viewing instruments during what was known as the GOES-16 Field Campaign.  During the two-month long campaign, teams of instrument scientists, meteorologists, and specialized pilots used a NASA high-altitude plane, ground-based sensors, and satellites to collect and compare measurements from across the United States. With life-saving warnings and revolutionary weather data on the line, NOAA’s newest and most advanced weather satellite must be as accurate as possible.  From arid deserts and areas of dense vegetation, to open oceans and storms exhibiting lightning activity, the measurements collected covered nearly everything NOAA’s GOES satellites see from their orbit 22,300 miles above the Earth. The data sets from the instruments and sensors will be analyzed and compared to validate and calibrate the GOES-16 satellite's Advanced Baseline Imager and Geostationary Lightning Mapper.   12631   GOES-16 Field Campaign 2017
Music credit:   12632   NASA Interns Arrive at Goddard - Summer 2017
NASA/USGS Landsat satellites captured the growth of the crack in the Larsen C ice shelf from 2006 to 2017.  Credit: NASA/USGS  Landsat   12633   Crack in Larsen C Ice Shelf
4K Interview - historian questions   March 31, 2017 interview in the Space Telescope Operations Control Center (STOCC) 00:00 - What parts of the Hubble story do you think haven't been fully addressed in the history books? 01:06 - What do you think is Hubble's most important finding so far and most surprising finding so far? 01:24 - How has Hubble changed the way astronomy is done? 03:40 - How do you think Hubble has contributed to the higher public profile of astronomy?   12634   Nancy Grace Roman, The Mother of Hubble - Media Resources
Music:   12635   A New Multi-dimensional View of a Hurricane
Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .        Complete transcript  available.   Music credit: Patisserie Pressure by Benjamin James Parsons   12636   2 Minutes, 6 Hands, 1 Chance
Complete transcript  available.   Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .   12637   How to Safely Watch a Solar Eclipse
Music credit: Apple of My Eye by Frederik Wiedmann   Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .      Complete transcript  available.   12638   How to View the Solar Eclipse with a Pinhole Projector
Complete transcript  available.   Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .   Music credit: Dream Girl 3 by Yuri Sazonoff   12639   Where is the Edge of the Solar System?
JPSS -- THE JOINT POLAR SATELLITE SYSTEM   The Joint Polar Satellite System, or JPSS, is a collaboration between the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). This interagency effort is the latest generation of U.S. polar-orbiting, non-geosynchronous environmental satellites. As the backbone of the global observing system, JPSS polar satellites circle the Earth from pole-to-pole and cross the equator about 14 times daily in the afternoon orbit—providing full global coverage twice a day. Satellites in the JPSS constellation gather global measurements of atmospheric, terrestrial and oceanic conditions, including sea and land surface temperatures, vegetation, clouds, rainfall, snow and ice cover, fire locations and smoke plumes, atmospheric temperature, water vapor and ozone. JPSS delivers key observations for the Nation's essential products and services, including forecasting severe weather like hurricanes, tornadoes and blizzards days in advance, and assessing environmental hazards such as droughts, forest fires, poor air quality and harmful coastal waters. Further, JPSS will provide continuity of critical, global Earth observations— including our atmosphere, oceans and land through 2038.   12643   The Joint Polar Satellite System
The Total Eclipse of the Sun Forever Stamp, which commemorates the Aug. 21, 2017, eclipse, transforms into an image of the moon from the heat of a finger. For more information visit  The United States Postal Service .   12646   2017 Solar Eclipse Press Conference
Crops sold in the international market trade away they water they're grown with.   12647   None
This video explains how our moon creates a solar eclipse, why it's such a rare event to see, and how data from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has enhanced our ability to map an eclipse's path of totality.  Music Provided By Killer Tracks:  “Bring Me Up” – Kampe Wikstrom    Watch this video on the  NASA.gov Video YouTube channel .   12648   The Moon's Role in a Solar Eclipse
Video file for the 2017 eclipse   12649   2017 Solar Eclipse Video File
OPSPARC Elementary School Winners   12652   2017 OPSPARC Contest Winners
GLOBE Observer Eclipse App Promo  Music Credit:  Killer Tracks     Some Assembly [NM336]    Puppies Run [KOK2435]   12653   GLOBE Observer Eclipse App
B-Roll footage of engineers at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston Texas, rolling the James Webb Space Telescope into Chamber A for future cryogenic testing.   12655   Webb Telescope Move into Chamber A
Animated illustration of the feedback process thought to be occurring in active galactic nuclei (AGN).  Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center   12657   AGN Feedback in Markarian 573
When a small galaxy cluster disturbs a larger one, giant waves emanate for millions of years.   12659   None
Unlabeled version of above  Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center   12660   New Brown Dwarf Found by NASA-funded Citizen Science Project
TESS cameras being mounted onto the camera plate at Orbital ATK in Dulles, Va. prior to installation onto spacecraft.   12662   TESS Camera Mounting Photos
Music:   12663   ICESat-2 Elevates Our View of Earth
Canned interviews will be available by 6:00 p.m. ET on July 20, 2017.   12664   One Month & Counting: Solar Eclipse Liveshots (July 21, 2017)
NASA scientists and ice sheet modelers, Ryan Walker and Christine Dow, traveled to a remote location on the coast of Antarctic to investigate how tides affect the movement and stability of the Nansen Ice Shelf, a 695-mile extension of ice protruding into Antarctica’s Ross Sea. Relatively understudied, Nansen’s manageable size lends itself to becoming a proxy for predicting how larger ice shelves will contribute to sea level rise in the decades and centuries to come. By studying the impact of tides, Walker and Dow are able to determine how the rise and fall of floating ice sheets may impact the likelihood of an eventual ice shelf collapse.    Complete transcript  available.  Music: Tiptoe Marimba by Brightside Studio   12666   Scientists Bury GPS in Antarctic Ice to Measure Effects of Tides
Music Credit: KillerTracks, Strange Reality (KOK2310-11)   12668   NICER in Space
Music: Dawn Drone by Juan Jose Alba Gomez [SGAE]    Complete transcript  available.   12669   A New View of August's Total Solar Eclipse
When the moon does eclipse the sun, it produces two types of shadows on Earth. The umbral shadow is the relatively small in diameter point on Earth where an observer would see a total eclipse. The penumbral shadow is the much larger area on Earth where an observer will see a partial eclipse. Here, the sun is not completely covered by the moon.   12674   Eclipse Background
B-roll for August 21st Eclipse, filmed at NASA'S Goddard Space Flight Center's mall and visitor center.   12678   Eclipse Watching B-Roll At NASA Goddard
Meet Cosmic Ray Energetics And Mass for the International Space Station (ISS-CREAM), an experiment designed to provide an unprecedented look at cosmic ray particles approaching energies of 1,000 trillion electron volts (1 PeV). ISS-CREAM detects these particles when they slam into the matter making up its instruments. They can distinguish electrons, protons and atomic nuclei as massive as iron as they crash through the detector stack.  Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center   Watch this video on the  NASA.gov Video YouTube channel .      Complete transcript  available.   12679   Cosmic Ray Energetics And Mass for the International Space Station (ISS-CREAM)
NASA research flights, part of the Active Sensing of Carbon Dioxide Emissions over Nights, Days and Seasons (ASCENDS) campaign are studying the region’s continued carbon dioxide output.  Music: Across the Plains by Carolina Vanessa James [PRS], Daniel James [PRS]    Complete transcript  available.   12682   Earth Expedition: Flying Over a Greening Arctic Tundra
Music: Fading Flower by Laurent Dury [SACEM]    Complete transcript  available.   12683   Earth Expedition: Spiraling Above Canada to Measure Carbon
Music: Suspended Beauty by Laurent Dury [SACEM]    Complete transcript  available.   12684   Earth Expedition: Studying Wildfires in a Warming Arctic
Music: Ellipsis by Ben Niblett [PRS], Jon Cotton [PRS]    Complete transcript  available.   12685   Earth Expedition: Taking in Some Arctic Air
Soundbites with Kristen Weaver, Deputy Coordinator For the Globe Observer Program. TRT 8:40.   She answers the following questions. For some questions there are two versions of the answer - one looking on camera and one looking off camera  1. What is the GLOBE Observer app? 2. How can people participate in the GLOBE Observer experiment? 3. How will this data help NASA? 4. Why does NASA need citizen scientists? 5. Can you tell us more about safety during the eclipse? 6. Can you still provide data even if you're not in the path of totality? 7. Why are you excited for this eclipse? 8. Why is an eclipse a good time to do this experiment?   12686   Help NASA Collect Data During The Eclipse With GLOBE Observer App
This animation follows the October 14, 2014 CME as it moves through the solar system and identifies a few of the NASA and ESA missions that observed it.  Music: “Comely   12687   NASA and ESA Spacecraft Track a Solar Storm Through Space
A movie of the Aug 21, 2017 lunar transit as viewed by the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO.) The Sun appears in visible light, and 171 angstrom extreme ultraviolet light. The movie shows the Sun moving a bit because SDO has a hard time keeping the Sun centered in the image during a transit, because the Moon blocks so much light. The fine guidance systems on the SDO instruments need to see the whole Sun in order keep the images centered from exposure to exposure. Once the transit was over, the fine guidance systems started back up, once again providing steady images of the Sun.  Credit: NASA/SDO  Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .   12688   SDO's View of the August 21 Solar Eclipse
NASA's EPIC instrument captured this view of the 2017 total solar eclipse.  Music: Early Morning by Damien Deshayes [SACEM]    Complete transcript  available.   12690   An EPIC View of the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse
Complete transcript  available.   Music credits: ‘Electricity Wave’ by Jean-François Berger [SACEM] and ‘Solar Winds’ by Ben Niblett [PRS], Jon Cotton [PRS]    Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .   12693   A Total Solar Eclipse Revealed Solar Storms 100 Years Before Satellites
Music:   12697   NASA Captures Hurricane Harvey's Rainfall
Complete transcript  available.   Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .  Music credit: Wonderful Nature by July Tourret   12698   What Spacecraft Saw During the 2017 Solar Eclipse
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