Even Mother Nature appears to get in on the "Game of Thrones" action by spreading three low-pressure systems across the US that look like dragons.
NOAA Hi-Def Radar is an excellent way to track storms, giving you a ton of useful information, but it's missing one important feature.
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The Joint Polar Satellite System is getting $185 million worth of updates and upgrades that will support the system's complete technological refresh.
New imagery collected by the VIIRS sensor aboard the Suomi NPP satellite maps the subtle differences in Earth's greenness, from the lushest vegetation to vast, dry deserts.
NOAA's Pacific Ocean tsunami warning system, expanded greatly in recent years, allowed for real-time forecasting of events and advanced warning for distant at-risk communities after the recent American Samoa earthquake.
New new supercomputers run by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are set to predict weather around the world much more accurately.
Docked in San Francisco, Okeanos Explorer is newly tricked out with tech to share the excitement of deep ocean discoveries with the world.
The government makes maps and data sets from NASA, NOAA, the US Geological Survey, and more available to the public, so that new tools can be created to help communities plan for extreme weather.
Using data collected by the VIIRS sensor aboard the Suomi NPP satellite, NOAA has created a map of the world's vegetation.
A new video shows a burst of light leaping off the sun that is so massive the space agency gives it an X-class rating, which denotes the most intense of all flares.