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GCPEx logo on a snowy background
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A summary of the GPM Cold-season Precipitation Experiment, which took place in January and February 2012 in Ontario, Canada.
Instrument at GCPEx
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GPM Deputy Project Scientist Gail Skofronick-Jackson discusses GPM's snowfall measurement capabilities and the challenges of measuring snow.
Fields in a farm
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Video that explores how climate change will impact agriculture.
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Find out how you can help NASA scientists study different types of snowflakes to learn about the atmosphere and changes in climate.
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Learn how clouds are formed and watch an experiment to make a cloud using liquid nitrogen.
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Animation that demonstrates the global coverage of the GPM Constellation of satellites.
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This animation shows one molecule of water completing the hydrologic cycle.
Waves crashing on the rocks
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This video explains what the water cycle is and how important it is to life on earth.
A NASA engineer removing the DPR from its shipping container
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Engineers from the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. oversee the arrival and unpacking of the dual-frequency Precipitation Radar.

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