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SABRE mission badge showing the NASA WB-57 aircraft flying towards viewer over a background of a curved edge of the Earth below, the acronym SABRE under that and the words Stratospheric Aerosol processes, Budget and Radiative Effects

DLH Water Vapor Measurement During 2023 SABRE Field Mission

May 25, 2023 Data Analytics, Earth Science, Science Research & Development, Technical Highlight

Diode Laser Hygrometer (DLH) measures water vapor at Eielson Air Force Base in Fairbanks, AK

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S-NPP VIIRS and CERES Data Synergy in generating Earth Radiation Budget Data Products

May 03, 2023 Earth Science, Science Research & Development, Technical Highlight

Understanding the relationship between clouds with solar and longwave radiation processes requires determination of the cloud distribution and radiation budget

Slider image from the Earth Observatory Website showing the differences in the landscape between Feb 11, 2022 and Feb 14, 2023.

SSAI Teams Up with the World Central Kitchen

March 13, 2023 Earth Science, SSAI in the News

Earth Observatory recently highlighted the Goddard Landslides Team in an article

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NASA Capacity Building Program Opens Environmental Justice Dialogue in Chicago

March 06, 2023 Company News, Earth Science, Education and Outreach, Employee Spotlights, New Programs Launch, SSAI in the News

As we continue our Women’s History Month celebration, we would like to highlight Sr. Project Planner, Sydney Neugebauer, and her efforts on some of the NASA environmental justice activities she coordinated.

Part of the cover of the March issue of Nature showing an arid climate with stunted trees and the words

SSAI on the Cover of Nature

March 03, 2023 Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, Data Analytics, Earth Science, Modeling and Simulation, Science Research & Development, Technical Highlight

Ten current and former SSAI employees contributed to an article that was on the March issue of Nature