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Learn about precipitation and how clouds are formed. Find out why scientists study clouds and how you can help NASA collect cloud observation data as part of the Students' Cloud Observation OnLine, or S'COOL, Project.
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The S'COOL Project involves students (ages 5 - 20+) in real science, making and reporting ground truth observations of clouds to assist in the validation of NASA's CERES satellite instruments. Includes lesson plans and other related materials.
NASA Our World: What is a Cloud?
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This NASA video segment describes the different types of clouds and cloud formation. The relationship between clouds and weather on Earth is demonstrated.
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Learn how clouds are formed and watch an experiment to make a cloud using liquid nitrogen.
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This IQuest has been developed to help you explore the wild and changing world of weather and climate. Weather and climate are shaped by complex interactions involving sunlight, the ocean, the atmosphere, clouds, ice, land, and life forms.
Winners of the GPM Anime Challenge
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We are happy to announce the winners of the GPM Anime Challenge! Thank you to everyone who submitted their artwork and ideas.
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This month's NASA Earth Explorer explains what it's like to be face-to-face with one of nature's most powerful storms.
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This video, "Our Wet Wide World", provides an overview of the Global Precipitation Measurement Mission and its goals.
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NASA will dispatch two unmanned aircraft equipped with specialized instruments high above tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean basin. These "severe storm sentinels" will investigate the processes that underlie hurricane formation and intensity change.

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