Landsat shows us Earth from space. We’re celebrating 50 years of the Landsat satellite, the first of which launched on July 23, 1972.
Using information from ESA’s Swarm satellite mission, scientists have discovered a completely new type of magnetic wave across Earth’s outer core.
Known as “Earthrise”, the iconic image shows the Earth rising above the limb of the Moon, as taken by the crew of Apollo 8.
This image nicknamed Black Marble, is what the Earth looks like at night. You can you find your favorite country or city.
The featured map shows the path of all major cyclone paths from 1985 through 2005 on Planet Earth.
In this June 2021 image, our Sun’s glint beams off the Indian Ocean as the International Space Station orbited about 270 miles above the Earth
Exoplanets around some nearby stars, have a cosmic front-row seat to see if Earth holds life.
New NASA Earth System Observatory to help address, mitigate climate change.
Our fair planet sports a curved, sunlit crescent against the black backdrop of space in this stunning photograph from Apollo 17.
Humans are using 73% more natural resources than the Earth produces in a year.