Tuesday, April 16, 2013

NASA’s Earth Month Video: Stunning Imagery From The International Space Station

NASA's fleet of science satellites and research aircraft are at work around the world 24/7 helping scientists discover just how our living planet really works. Take a look at some of the insights and don't forget to celebrate Earth Day


NASA Celebrates Earth Month . . . From Space

Earth Month is an annual celebration every April, when eco-conscious citizens around the globe help other earthlings reduce their carbon footprint and put an end to "environmental apathy." NASA is celebrating this month's green awareness with a video showcasing what we're trying to save — the Earth.
"NASA Science Eyes" is the name of the video, and rightly so — the footage was taken by astronauts on the International Space Station orbiting the globe. NASA's scientists are working on a daily basis to better understand how our planet really works and how we can protect it.
You can participate in the official Earth Day — April 22 — by adhering to eco-friendly tech tips, cutting down on electricity, planning a green wedding, and more! Let us know what you'll be doing to protect the environment throughout the month.