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A cloud of pollution hangs over the Eastern United States in this image captured in July 2002 by NASA's MODIS instrument.
11.16.07 - Local Sources Major Cause of U.S. Near-Ground Aerosol Pollution
Most of the pollution found here in the U.S. is from local sources, and only a small portion is brought here from other countries.
artificial nucleotide binding protein
11.05.07 - NASA Science, Engineering Featured at Supercomputing Conference
NASA will showcase some of its most inspiring science and engineering achievements at SC07, the International Conference for High-Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis, in Reno, Nov. 10–16, 2007.
Clouds over North America on August 2, 2000, as measured by GOES-11
08.30.07 - NASA Study Predicts More Severe Storms With Global Warming
The Goddard Institute for Space Studies' new climate model indicates that the most violent severe storms and tornadoes may become more common as Earth's climate warms.
Columbia supercomputer
07.17.07 - NASA Awards Contract for Supercomputing Support Services
NASA has selected Computer Sciences Corporation to provide supercomputing support services to the NASA Advanced Supercomputing Facility.
IBM P575 supercomuter
06.06.07 - NASA Selects IBM for Next-Generation Supercomputer Applications
NASA has selected an IBM System p575+ supercomputer for evaluating next-generation technology to meet the agency's future supercomputing requirements.
Photo of Dr. James Hansen
05.30.07 - Research Finds That Earth's Climate is Approaching 'Dangerous' Point
Researchers find that human-made greenhouse gases have brought the Earth's climate close to potentially dangerous consequences for the planet.
Photograph of ozone over Los Angeles
04.18.07 - Ethanol Vehicles Pose Significant Risk to Health, New Study Finds
Simulations show that deaths and hospitalizations likely would increase if every U.S. vehicle used fuel primarily made from ethanol.
Visualzation of aerosol dimming
03.15.07 - Global 'Sunscreen' Has Likely Thinned, Report NASA Scientists
A new study finds that an important counter-balance to warming by greenhouse gases appears to have lost ground.
Photo of Columbia supercomputer
03.02.07 - NASA Awards Supercomputing Time for Advanced Research
NASA has awarded 4.75 million hours of supercomputing time to help leading U.S. researchers solve challenging research problems.
Still from animation showing observations of average rainfall from 1998 through 2000 from the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission satellite
02.12.07 - Warmer Future Could Bring Droughts
Through simulations, Goddard Institute for Space Studies scientists may have discovered how a future warmer climate could increase droughts in certain parts of the world.

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