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View Resource CALIPSO

This cloud-watching spacecraft probes the thickness of clouds and aerosols in the Earth?s atmosphere. This information, which the spacecraft has been collecting since its launch in April 2006, is i...

http://www-calipso.larc.nasa.gov/
View Resource CLOUDSAT

Launched in April 2006, CloudSat monitors the state of the Earth?s atmosphere and weather with a sophisticated radar system. The instrument, jointly developed with the Canadian Space Agency, can p...

http://cloudsat.atmos.colostate.edu/
View Resource CLOUDSAT -- Education & Outreach

The information and links on these pages are designed to help you become part of the CloudSat mission. Here you can learn about the many different kinds of clouds, how they interact with our...

http://cloudsat.atmos.colostate.edu/education
View Resource AURA -- Education and Outreach

The Earth's atmosphere is important because the Atmosphere reacts, protects, and transports. Imagine a world where the daytime sky was not blue, but black. Imagine the Earth without clouds, wind, or...

http://aura.gsfc.nasa.gov/outreach/index.html
View Resource Taking a Global Perspective on Earth's Climate

NASA currently has more than a dozen Earth science spacecraft/instruments in orbit studying all aspects of the Earth system (oceans, land, atmosphere, biosphere, cyrosphere), with several more...

http://climate.nasa.gov/NasaRole/
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