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Tropical Storm Pewa passing Wake Island
Satellite imagery showed that Tropical Storm Pewa has passed Wake Island on Aug. (2013-08-21)
NASA sees Typhoon Prapiroon doing a 'Sit and Spin' in the Philippine Sea
As Typhoon Prapiroon slowed down and became quasi-stationary in the Philippine Sea NASA's Terra satellite passed overhead and captured an image of the storm. (2012-10-11)
NASA eyes low in eastern Pacific for tropical development
The Atmospheric Infrared Sounder instrument onboard NASA's Aqua satellite captured an infrared image of a low pressure area called (2010-05-27)
NASA sees strong thunderstorms in Tropical Storm Gaemi
Infrared NASA satellite imagery revealed that the strongest thunderstorms within Tropical Storm Gaemi in the western North Pacific Ocean were located around the storm's center and in a band of thunderstorms east of the center. (2012-10-02)
NASA tracks tiny Tropical Storm Guchol in western North Pacific
Tropical Storm Guchol appears as a small tropical storm on NASA satellite imagery as it tracks through the western North Pacific Ocean today, June 12, 2012. (2012-06-12)
NASA sees strong thunderstorms in potential tropical cyclone near Hong Kong
NASA and other satellite data is helping forecasters get a bead on a tropical low that looks prime for development over the weekend in the Western Pacific Ocean. (2010-05-27)
Satellite sees Hurricane Fabio still chasing Emilia's remnants in Pacific Ocean
Hurricane Fabio continues to be the big tropical news maker in the Eastern Pacific, while the Central Pacific Hurricane Center is tracking the remnants of Hurricane Emilia. (2012-07-16)
Nida getting knocked by winds, and 97W piquing interest
Nida is now a tropical storm, and is being knocked around by wind shear in the Western Pacific. (2009-12-02)
Antarctica's ross ice shelf breaks again
A new, massive iceberg has broken from Antarctica's Ross Ice Shelf, just east of one discovered on March 17. (2000-03-29)
NASA animation shows birth of 13th Atlantic tropical depression
The thirteenth tropical depression of the Atlantic Ocean season formed today, Oct. (2013-10-21)
NASA catches the eye of Typhoon Lingling
Typhoon Lingling continues to strengthen in the Northwestern Pacific Ocean and NASA's Terra satellite imagery revealed the eye is now visible. (2019-09-04)
Tropical Storm Ignacio may get some company in the eastern Pacific
Tropical Storm Ignacio may not be alone in the Eastern Pacific Ocean for long. (2009-08-26)
NASA's terra satellite eyes tropical storm Alvin
Visible imagery from NASA's Terra satellite showed Tropical Storm Alvin had organized and strengthened into a strong tropical storm, just over 500 miles from Mexico's Baja California peninsula. (2019-06-27)
Infrared NASA imagery shows a weaker Tropical Storm 13W
Infrared satellite imagery from shows how cold cloud top temperatures are in a tropical cyclone, and recent imagery from NASA's Aqua satellite shows the cloud-top temperatures have been warming in Tropical Storm 13W. (2012-08-07)
Possible first eastern Pacific tropical depression shaping up on NASA imagery
NASA's Aqua satellite flew over a low pressure system in the Eastern Pacific and captured infrared imagery that show it to be well-defined and organizing. (2011-06-06)
Tropical Storm Jongdari more organized in NASA's Terra satellite imagery
Tropical Storm Jongdari appeared much more organized in visible imagery from NASA's Terra satellite when passed over the Northwestern Pacific Ocean. (2018-07-25)
NASA sees Tropical Storm Raymond finally moving away from Mexico
Satellite data revealed that Raymond, formerly a hurricane, now a tropical storm is finally moving away from the coast of south-central Mexico. (2013-10-23)
Cyclone Imelda's eye opens and closes for NASA's Aqua satellite
Cyclone Imelda reached hurricane strength on April 14 and its eye (2013-04-15)
Satellite sees Flossie fizzle fast
Tropical Depression Flossie fizzled fast on July 30 in the Central Pacific Ocean. (2013-07-31)
Typhoon Kong-rey Moving through northwestern Pacific
At 11 am EDT (1500 UTC) on Oct 1 , Kong-rey was located near 16.8 north and 134.4 east, about 488 miles north-northwest of Yap. (2018-10-01)
X-SAT beams images back to Singapore
Singapore's first locally-built micro-satellite in space, X-SAT, has started to transmit images back to Singapore. (2011-05-24)
NASA satellite animation shows Tropical Storm Arlene 'eaten' by weather system
An animation created by NASA using imagery from NOAA's GOES-East satellite shows the North Atlantic Ocean's first tropical storm of the season being (2017-04-22)
NASA sees warmer cloud tops in infrared imagery of Tropical Storm Eugene
Warmer cloud top temperatures mean that cloud heights in a tropical cyclone are dropping and the storm doesn't have as much power to push them higher in the atmosphere. (2011-08-05)
NASA sees Soulik's eye reopen on Taiwan approach
Typhoon Soulik's eyewall appears to have rebuilt as evidenced in NASA satellite imagery. (2013-07-12)
NASA infrared image identifies several areas of power in Cyclone Imelda
Cyclone Imelda has continues to strengthen, and infrared NASA satellite imagery indicated powerful convection throughout the storm. (2013-04-11)
Satellites see storm system that created Moore, Okla., tornado
On May 20, 2013, NASA and NOAA satellites observed the system that generated severe weather in the south central United States and spawned the Moore, Okla., tornado. (2013-05-21)
NASA view of Atlantic's Tropical Depression 19 shows backwards 'C' of strong storms
Infrared imagery from the AIRS instrument on NASA's Aqua satellite revealed that the strongest thunderstorms within the Atlantic Ocean's Tropical Depression 19 seem to form a backwards letter (2012-10-23)
NASA sees a tightly wound Typhoon Banyan
Satellite imagery from NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP satellite showed powerful storms tightly would around Typhoon Banyan's center as it moved through the Pacific Ocean. (2017-08-14)
NASA satellite sees System 91S undeveloped in Mozambique Channel
The Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission or TRMM satellite that observed the tropical low pressure area designated as System 91S earlier this week captured another look at a much weaker storm on Jan. (2014-01-30)
NASA releases GOES-13 satellite movie of the life and times of Hurricane Alex
NASA's GOES Project has just released a (2010-07-13)
NASA sees heavy rainfall in Tropical Storm Sarika
Tropical Depression 05W has grown into a tropical storm and given the name Sarika as it heads toward China. (2011-06-10)
NASA's Terra sees ash plume pulled to the northeast by a low
NASA's Terra satellite continues to provide visible and infrared imagery of Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull Volcano ash plume, and the most recent imagery showed the plume being pulled in a northeasterly direction over the island nation. (2010-05-18)
NASA and NOAA satellite video shows Tropical Storm Beatriz fizzle in 6 hours
Satellite data from NASA and NOAA showed that Tropical Storm Beatriz went from a strong tropical storm to a remnant low pressure area in six short hours after running into Mexico's western mountains. (2011-06-22)
NASA sees Savannah lose its tropical eye
Tropical Cyclone Savannah weakened and ''lost'' its eye as high clouds filtered over it. (2019-03-18)
NASA sees Tropical Cyclone Guito exit the Mozambique Channel
NASA's Terra satellite captured a visible image of Tropical Cyclone Guito as it exited the Mozambique Channel and moved into the open waters of the Southern Indian Ocean. (2014-02-21)
3 days of NASA infrared images show System 92S tropically developing
NASA satellites have been watching the low pressure area called System 92S for days, and infrared imagery from NASA's Aqua satellite showed cloud temperatures were cooling, indicating the storm was getting more organized after it moved over northern Madagascar. (2012-02-27)
NASA finds an ill-defined Tropical Depression 15W getting organized
Tropical Depression 15W appeared ill-defined on NASA satellite imagery on July 23. (2018-07-23)
NASA eyes Typhoon Prapiroon's U-turn
Typhoon Prapiroon is making a U-turn in the Philippine Sea, changing direction from northwest to northeast. (2012-10-10)
Satellite view of newborn Atlantic Tropical Depression 6
The sixth tropical depression of the Atlantic Ocean Hurricane Season formed in the Eastern Atlantic Ocean and NOAA's GOES-East satellite captured it. (2014-09-11)
NASA's Aqua Satellite saw oil slick in sunglint on June 10
NASA's Aqua satellite flew over the Gulf of Mexico on Thursday, June 10 at 19:05 UTC (3:05 p.m. (2010-06-11)
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