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California Institute of Technology
News & Features
AIRS' observations from Earth orbit show high-altitude concentrations of the gas that are more than 10 times typical amounts.
NASA Monitors Carbon Monoxide From California Wildfires
Aqua satellite anomaly has been resolved.
Aqua satellite anomaly
Aircraft find atmospheric gravity waves bending toward Antarctica’s polar vortex, and data from AIRS are used to help trace the waves.
How mountains stir up a hot spot of turbulence
A new technique uses AIRS data to improve storm forecasting.
Reconstructing a Tornado
Using ground and satellite data, scientists found that human activity is causing a significant increase in dry air over the Amazon rainforest.
Human Activities Are Drying Out the Amazon: NASA Study
AIRS Project Scientist Eric Fetzer discusses climate trends the Atmospheric Infrared Sounder instrument has detected over the past 17 years.
The Atmosphere: Keeping a Weather Eye on Earth's Climate Instabilities