NASA's Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) satellite.  Credit: NASA

Neat video – Four months of rain in 15 seconds

NASA shared this neat video with the Live Doppler 15 Fury Storm Team today.  In the video, you’ll see four months of rainfall compressed into 15 seconds.  The areas that received the highest amounts appear in bright red. The Global Precipitation Measurement satellite captured the data that was used to produce the images in the clip.  This satellite is part of an international satellite mission to gather rain and snow measurements worldwide every three hours.  This satellite has been in space since February 2014.  Its mission is being conducted as a team effort with the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency. Some areas of…