Join us on Thursday, April 25, 2024, from 7:00 to 8:00 PM ET, to learn about the science, technology, and real-world applications of NASA’s Global Precipitation Measurement satellite.
Did you know that NASA has around two dozen satellites that continually monitor our home planet to help us better understand and protect it? Learn more about NASA’s Earth-observing missions and do a deep dive into the Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) mission’s science, technology, and real-world applications. You will leave with a richer understanding as well as a treasure trove of resources related to weather, climate, climate modeling, Earth’s water cycle, and more!
About NASA’s GPM Mission: NASA’s GPM Mission uses satellites to measure Earth's rain and snowfall for the benefit of mankind. Launched by NASA and JAXA on Feb. 27th, 2014, GPM is an international mission that sets the standard for spaceborne precipitation measurements.
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Date Thursday April 25, 2024
Time 7:00 PM ET / 6:00 PM CT / 5:00 PM MT / 4:00 PM PT
Duration 60 Minutes
Audience All individuals interested in science and science education., specially teachers of science, parents, and science enthusiasts.