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California could go through all of February without a significant storm for the first time since 1864. A photo from space reveals why.
A NOAA satellite image shows a high-pressure ridge blocking rain from reaching the California coast. Much of the state already has drought conditions.
The city of Wuhan is on lockdown as China tries to stop the coronavirus from spreading. This is what it looks like from above, and on the ground.
Satellite images show base damage after Iran launched a missile attack on US and coalition forces in Iraq
Photos show damage to facilities that housed equipment rather than personnel, suggesting that Iran may have been trying to avoid casualties.
Australia’s fires are 46% bigger than last year’s Brazilian Amazon blazes. There are at least 2 months of fire season to go.
Since September, 25 million acres have burned in Australia's unprecedented season of bushfires. Here's why the fires are so severe and unstoppable.
The Egyptian pyramids may align with an ancient north star. NASA scientists found that star undergoes never-before-seen eclipses.
The star that some researchers think served as the north star for the ancient Egyptians is actually a pair of stars that eclipse one other.
Australia's fires have lasted for months, burned millions of acres, and belched out a smoke plume that could cover half of Europe.
Satellite images show that US cities emit more light during Christmas and New Year's, while Middle Eastern cities are illuminated during Ramadan.
NASA astronaut Andrew Morgan spotted the fire from the International Space Station. Infrared images from satellites show scorched land.
The Amazon is burning at a rate not seen since we started keeping track. The smoke is reaching cities 2,000 miles away.
The Brazilian Amazon has experienced more than 74,000 fires this year, whereas last year's total was around 40,000.
Tropical Storm Barry is expected to make landfall tomorrow morning as a hurricane. Here’s where the storm’s path is heading.
Tropical Storm Barry is headed toward Louisiana. It's expected to make landfall tomorrow morning, then head north toward Arkansas and beyond.