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NASA Study Shows The Earth "Breathing"

NASA Study Shows The Earth

The time-lapse video depicts Earth "breathing" repetitiously as the seasons change throughout each year.

NASA oceanographer Dr. Ivona Cetenic joined FOX10 News for an interview Friday morning to tell us more about it.

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Scientists believe that over the next 50 years mankind may meet alien life, as astrophysics with the development of technologies better and more thoroughly you can explore outer space, and in the future to go to other planets.

Though NASA has been keeping tabs on Earth life since the 1970s, it wasn't until 20 years ago that it began tracking this continuously, an effort made possible with the arrival of its Sea-viewing Wide Field-of-View Sensor called SeaWiFS in 1997. Exploring exoplanets with a telescope "Spitzer", the scientist discovered changes its brightness, which may indicate it has atmosphere, like earth's. They've observed fisheries evolving, deserts expanding, spring coming earlier and fall coming later all over the world and in our region. The hardest part: finding planets that could hold life as humankind understands it to be. Though NASA is known primarily for its space missions, the agency focuses extensively on Earth science, too, training a variety of satellites down toward our own planet. And when considering the vastness of unlivable space, Earth seems ever more fragile and lovely, NASA says. With the data, NASA has learned about the ingredients for life and the environmental conditions that can sustain it.


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