July 2023, the hottest month in the last 143 years

The map depicts global temperature anomalies for July 2023 according to the GISTEMP analysis by scientists from NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies. The anomalies of July 2023 are compared to the average July temperature from 1951 to 1980. Credit: NASA

July 2023 has been the hottest month since we began recording average temperatures in 1880. For the 5th consecutive time, Earth sets a record

NASA identifies El Niño precursor

This world map shows surface sea temperature anomalies during one of the strongest El Niño events ever recorded in 2016. Red areas indicate warmer-than-average ocean temperatures, while blue areas represent colder-than-average temperatures. Credit: NOAA

The NASA Sentinel-6 satellite has detected a precursor signal in the waters of the Pacific Ocean suggesting an upcoming El Niño

The NASA measures carbon dioxide emissions

This map shows the average net emissions and removals of carbon dioxide from 2015 to 2020. The estimates are based on measurements from NASA's OCO-2 satellite. Countries where more carbon dioxide was removed than emitted appear as green depressions, while countries with higher emissions are light brown or red and appear to stand out from the page. Credit: NASA

NASA’s OCO-2 satellite measures global carbon dioxide emissions and removals, the greenhouse gas that impacts global climate

TEMPO probe to monitor climate

TEMPO is hosted on a commercial communications satellite, Intelsat 40E. Credit: MAXAR

NASA’s new TEMPO probe will be able to monitor climate and its changes across all of North America (USA, Canada) space

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