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Video and still images from scientific visualizations, plus photos of the Yellowstone supercomputer and its home base, the NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center.
Fish-eye view of some of the Yellowstone supercomputer's racks
The DYNAMO field project will help improve long-range weather forecasts and seasonal outlooks by focusing on the Madden-Julian Oscillation, an atmospheric pattern that affects weather worldwide.
S-Pol radar silhouette against clouds
HIPPO, a three-year field project to take the most extensive airborne samples to date of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, has captured data from the Arctic to the Antarctic.
A new study sheds light on why the Sun’s outer atmosphere, or corona, is more than 20 times hotter than its surface. The research, led by NCAR, may bring scientists a step closer to understanding the solar cycle and the Sun’s impacts on Earth.
An active region on the Sun, showing coronal loops
NCAR scientist Jeffrey Kiehl explains his recent analysis of potential future warming in this video interview.
Jeffrey Kiehl during YouTube interview
Experience hands-on science and Halloween fun at this year’s Super Science Saturday at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) on Saturday, October 30, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. This free, annual family event will be held at NCAR’s Mesa Lab at 1850 Table Mesa Drive in south Boulder.
A new computer modeling study by researchers at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and the University of Colorado at Boulder (CU) shows how the movement of wind as described in the book of Exodus could have parted the waters.
Illustration of the parting of waters in the Red Sea
Researchers and aircraft will search for secrets of hurricane formation above the tropical Atlantic Ocean.
Satellite image of Hurricane Felix
NCAR is a major center of scientific supercomputing development and production. It provides supercomputing resources not only for its own scientists but as a community service to U.S. and international universities and labs engaged in atmospheric and Earth system research.
This page features six different animations showing the possible trajectory of the BP Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

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