Earth from Space: Mato Grosso

Hi I’m Mariangela D’Acunto and you’re watching Earth from Space from ESA’s web TV. Today, Copernicus Sentinel-1 takes us over part of the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso deep in the Amazon interior. This image combines three separate radar images taken about two years apart to show change in crops and land cover over time. […]

Is the gray wolf actually endangered?

North American forests looked very different 300 years ago. And it’s not just the rise of infrastructure – it’s the purposeful decline of many natural predators. Before European colonists came to America, the gray wolf population looked something like this: looked something like this. But by the 1930s, that vast, thriving population looked more like […]

Air quality: what’s space got to do with it?

(Music) As if dealing with rush-hour traffic isn’t bad enough, breathing this exhaust from cars and motorbikes just stinks. But what does space have to do with it? (Music) Transportation is a major contributor to air pollution – but not only… (Music) Industry, agriculture, and even your own house all contribute different types of pollutants […]

Zombie Planet Returns

what do you see in the glass in 2008 Hubble astronomers announced the discovery of a new exoplanet one orbiting the nearby star Fomalhaut dubbed Fomalhaut be the new world orbited inside a ring of dusty debris and was claimed as the first exoplanet directly observed in visible light recently several teams of astronomers have […]

An Extrasolar Planet's Atmosphere

using the nasa/esa Hubble Space Telescope astronomers have found the first clear evidence of high-altitude haze or clouds in the atmosphere of an extrasolar planet this discovery reveals a deeper understanding of the class of giant planets that are strong is called hot Jupiters this is the hubblecast news and images from the nasa/esa Hubble […]

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