A space-based animation shows how fierce storms are sowing destruction over the South.
It's said to be the largest sandstorm to hit northern China in 10 years.
The massive response to the deadly accident is so bright that it shines like a little city.
Thundersnow, blizzards, and raging winds... ah, springtime!
The Boston-Washington corridor, home to 18 percent of Americans, produces more economic activity than Germany.
This gigantic system ought to be good for the state's severe drought.
The expanding sheet could set a modern record for coverage.
A NASA satellite acquired this remarkable image of the punishing storm's aftereffects.
This year, there's virtually no powder on the ground in the drought-stricken state.
An escaped chunk of the Polar Vortex caused this weird-looking mass emanation of vapors.
These impressed us for both what they illustrated and how they did it.
Meet the data treasure trove known as "NOAA View."
This is what a 3D map looks like when compressed into 2D form, as only computers can read it.
There are roughly 100 blazes popping in southeastern Australia, making the sky almost as black as night.
A burbling volcano of mud rose out of the Arabian Sea like some Lovecraftian nightmare.
Looting, death, and a loose crocodile: Thanks to this Pacific tempest, life in Acapulco is not so sweet right now.
Following recent downpours, the South Platte River swelled so big that it consumed part of a city.
Nighttime images show the gradual spread of the tremendous wildfire, which is burning brighter than the city lights of Reno.
As China suffers through its hottest summer on record, an immense and deadly bubble of heat builds above Shanghai.
Huge wildfires, aggravated by a bad drought, are sending acrid clouds of smoke into nearby cities.