Fifteen Years of Change in the Arctic

Press/Media: Public Engagement Activities

Period23 Apr 2018 → 2 May 2018

Media contributions

2

Media contributions

  • TitleSee 15 years of change in the Arctic
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletEarthSky
    Media typeWeb
    Duration/Length/Size1 pag.
    Date2/05/18
    DescriptionMesmerizing new video, made from 15 years of satellite data, shows the waxing and waning of Arctic ice and snow as the seasons change.
    Producer/AuthorAdam Voiland (originally published by NASA Earth Observatory)
    URLearthsky.org/earth/15-years-of-change-in-arctic-video
    PersonsS.L.M. Lhermitte
  • TitleSee Fifteen Years of Change in the Arctic
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletNASA
    Media typeWeb
    Duration/Length/Size1 pag.
    CountryNetherlands
    Date23/04/18
    DescriptionRemember the year 2000? Bill Clinton was president of the United States, Faith Hill and Santana topped Billboard music charts, and the world’s computers had just “survived” the Y2K bug. It also was the year that NASA’s Terra satellite began collecting images of Earth.

    Eighteen years later, the versatile satellite — with five scientific sensors — is still operating. For all of that time, the satellite’s Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) has been collecting daily data and imagery of the Arctic — and the rest of the planet, too.
    Producer/AuthorAdam Voiland
    URLhttps://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/blogs/earthmatters/
    PersonsS.L.M. Lhermitte