A new satellite picture of Earth’s atmosphere from space shows how the clouds are forming over the continent.
The image, taken by NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) satellite, shows clouds in northern Alaska, and clouds in southern California.
The map shows that cloud cover is getting thicker as the planet warms.
The satellite captured the image in January and February, but the data was only available in January because the satellite was flying at an altitude of more than 30,000 feet (10,000 meters).
This week, NASA will launch a new version of GRACE, which will be able to capture the same data again.
But the data will be a lot more accurate.
The new GRACE satellite is capable of taking images of clouds that are up to about 20 times larger than those from previous missions.
This means that GRACE can get data for the first time since the satellite launched in December 2009.NASA is working with NOAA to make the new data available.
The goal is to make a high-quality map of clouds, which can be used to help predict changes in climate.
The images will help researchers better understand how cloud cover affects climate.