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02.13.20
Last month was the hottest January on record
02.13.20

Last month was the hottest January on record

January 2020 was 2.05 degrees Fahrenheit above the 20th-century average.

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01.15.20
2019 was Earth’s second-warmest year on record
01.15.20

2019 was Earth’s second-warmest year on record

The data comes from NASA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and more.

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06.12.19
US weather forecast model gets a much-needed upgrade
06.12.19

US weather forecast model gets a much-needed upgrade

The atmosphere simulation should lead to more reliable storm tracking.

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05.15.19
Senators ask the FCC to limit 5G auction to protect weather forecasts
05.15.19

Senators ask the FCC to limit 5G auction to protect weather forecasts

They fear 5G in the 24 GHz band could interfere with vital weather data.

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05.13.19
CO2 levels are the highest since humanity began
05.13.19

CO2 levels are the highest since humanity began

The last time Earth hit 415 ppm, sea levels were 82 feet higher.

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02.06.19
2018 was the fourth-hottest year on record
02.06.19

2018 was the fourth-hottest year on record

NASA says the data reflects "a long-term global warming trend."

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04.06.18
SpaceX cut its latest Falcon 9 stream because it didn't get a license
04.06.18

SpaceX cut its latest Falcon 9 stream because it didn't get a license

Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster launch might have called too much attention to SpaceX's live broadcasts.

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01.18.18
NASA: 2017 was Earth’s second-warmest year since 1880
01.18.18

NASA: 2017 was Earth’s second-warmest year since 1880

The top five warmest have all been since 2010.

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11.18.17
NASA satellite launch promises accurate week-long forecasts
11.18.17

NASA satellite launch promises accurate week-long forecasts

JPSS-1 is the first of a wave of next-gen weather observers.

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