ASTER image of Pakistan flooding ASTER Captures New Image of Pakistan Flooding

ASTER image from Aug. 18, 2010, shows the extent of flooding in and around the city of Sukkur in Pakistan's Sindh Province. The Indus River, Pakistan's longest, snakes vertically through the image. Image credit: NASA/GSFC/METI/ERSDAC/JAROS, and U.S./Japan ASTER Science Team

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CloudSat data of Pakistan flooding NASA's CloudSat Spots Beginning of Pakistan Floods

NASA's CloudSat captured the early genesis of the Pakistan flooding on July 28, 2010. The MODIS image from NASA's Aqua spacecraft shows the thunderstorms present at the time, along with the path of the CloudSat satellite (blue line). Image credit: NASA/JPL-The Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere, Colorado State University

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False-color views of Pakistan flooding NASA's MISR Tracks Massive Flooding in Pakistan

This image pair shows perspective views of the flooding in Pakistan, taken approximately one year apart by the MISR instrument on NASA's Terra spacecraft. The left image was taken Aug. 8, 2009; the right image was taken on Aug. 11, 2010. Water appears as shades of blue and blue-green. Image credit: NASA/GSFC/LaRC/JPL, MISR Team

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Before and after views of Pakistan flooding NASA's AIRS Instrument Captures Before/After Views of Pakistan Flooding

AIRS false-color before and after images of the flooding in southern Pakistan and Sindh Province, taken July 9, 2010 (left), and Aug. 10, 2010 (right). Image credit: NASA/JPL

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Graph showing extent of Pakistan flooding NASA's AIRS Detects Extent of Pakistan Flooding

Surface emission data from AMSU, part of the AIRS instrument suite aboard NASA's Aqua spacecraft, are used to estimate how much of the land surface has been flooded in Pakistan. Image credit: NASA/JPL

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