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NASA Connect - AATC - Future NASA Technology (2004)
NASA Connect Segment exploring new and future technology to help meteorologists predict hurricanes and other severe weather. The video explores GIFTS, or geostationary satellites, and other developing technologies at NASA.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Geostationary; Satellites; Technology; Hurricanes; Geostationary Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer; GIFTS; Temperature; Water Vapor; Wind; Remote Sensing; Steering Winds;
Duration: 00:06:59
Popularity (downloads): 2750
 
NASADestinationTomorrow - DT5 - GIFTS (2004)
NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment describing GIFTS (Geostationary Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer), the future of weather satellite technology which stands to aid in the understanding of weather processes, climate, atmospheric pollution,...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: GIFTS; Geostationary Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer; Geosynchronous Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer; Satellite; Weather; Dr. Bill Smith, Jennifer Pulley; Forecast;
Duration: 00:05:16
Popularity (downloads): 1560
 
NASASciFiles - GIFTS (2003)
NASA Why? Files segment explaining how the future of NASA weather satellite imagery will save lives and millions of dollars in hurricane preparation.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: Dr. William Smith; Geostationary Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer; 3-D; Altitude; Steering Winds; Landfall;
Duration: 00:03:05
Popularity (downloads): 1442
 
NASASciFiles - Hurricane Prediction And Weather Satellites (2003)
NASA Why? Files segment explaining how weather probability is predicted and how satellites work.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: Dr. D.; Tornado Box; Tornado; Low Pressure; Counterclockwise; Predict; Steering Winds; Variables; Mass; Volume; Probability; Anita Rapp; Weather Satellite; Gravity; Geostationary; Polar-Orbiting;
Duration: 00:07:45
Popularity (downloads): 1442
 
NASASciFiles - The Case of the Phenomenal Weather (2003)
NASA Why? Files video containing the following twelve segments. NASA Why? Files segment explaining how air pressure affects weather. NASA Why? Files segment describing different cloud types and how they...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: Dr. D.; Energy; Sun; Wind; Pressure; Air; Density; Sea Breeze; Lisa Mozer; Tropical Depression; Dr. Lin Chambers; Water Vapor; Condensation; Cirrus; Cumulous; Stratus; S'cool; Students' Cloud Observations On-Line; Dr. William Smith; Geostationary Imaging
Duration: 00:58:41
Popularity (downloads): 2291
 
NASA Connect - Ahead Above The Clouds (2004)
NASA Connect Video containing five segments as described below. NASA Connect Segment exploring new and future technology to help meteorologists predict hurricanes and other severe weather. The video explores GIFTS,...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Geostationary; Satellites; Technology; Hurricanes; Geostationary Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer; GIFTS; Temperature; Water Vapor; Wind; Remote Sensing; Steering Winds; Hurricane Hunters; Moisture; Air Pressure; National Hurricane Center; Eye Wall; Computer Models; Data; Hurricane Prediction; Meteorologists; The Weather Channel; Typhoon; Baguio; Tropical Cyclone; Eye Center; Landfall Probability; Hurricane Watch; Hurricane Warning; Tropical Wave; Low-Pressure System; Coordinates
Duration: 00:28:31
Popularity (downloads): 2515
 
NASADestinationTomorrow - Episode 5 (2004)
NASA Destination Tomorrow Video containing five segments as described below. NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment describing GIFTS (Geostationary Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer), the future of weather satellite technology which stands to...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: GIFTS; Geostationary Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer; Geosynchronous Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer; Satellite; Weather; Dr. Bill Smith, Jennifer Pulley; Forecast; SAP; Derek Leonidoff; John Foster; Accident; Single Aircraft Accident Preven
Duration: 00:28:33
Popularity (downloads): 1733
 

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