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An illustration of an asteroid impacting earth. (Credit: NASA)

Tremendous amounts of soot, lofted into the air from global wildfires following a massive asteroid strike 66 million years ago, would have plunged Earth into darkness for nearly two years, new research finds. This would have shut down photosynthesis, drastically... Read more

Total solar eclipse at Casper Mountain, Wyoming on August 21, 2017. Photo credit: Keon Gibson, NCAR

CASPER MOUNTAIN. — It’s nothing like a sunset. It’s cold and dark, but it’s not like nighttime, or even twilight. The moon just snaps into place over the last slivers of the sun, turning the sun into a dark hole.... Read more

Figure 1 of Buchholz et al 2017

Measurements of carbon dioxide from the MOPITT satellite instrument have been validated using the NDACC network of ground-based measurements. ACOM scientist Rebecca Buchholz and colleagues reported on their study of MOPITT version 6 retrievals using total... Read more

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When: Monday, 23 October 2017, at 03:30 PM Location: FL2-1022

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