NASA’s global air quality map show human fingerprint on global air quality and that we have the power to reduce pollution. Watch the results at
Wildfires that can wreak havoc on human health, property and communities, could be detected by sensors on a constellation of satellites.
Watch the animated map revealing the 885,000km of cable hidden under the ocean, connecting the global internet. Look what’s happening every time you visit a
The first global map of subatomic particles called antineutrino, of natural and human-made sources. Credit: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency/AGM2015
What if every person on Earth jumped at the same time? Would this cause a global massive earthquake, or nothing? Take a look at the
Based on a new study, since the start of human civilization, the global number of trees has fallen by approximately 46%!
Plastic trash is found in 90 percent of seabirds and by 2050, that number could be as high as 95%, as global production of plastics increases.
According to new studies, global population will reach between 9.5 and 13.3 billion people by 2100.
You can now watch global weather in real-time, in a new impressive interactive map by NOAA.
This visualization shows a heavy rainfall throughout Northern Texas and across Oklahoma as well as the drought in Southern California, by NASA’s Global Precipitation Measurement