featuring :

EarthShine and Noctilucent Clouds

The Earth ILLumination Foundations for Citizen Science ‘ELLF’ project engages society members on the ground, with their own data plus that from ELLF's space camera above, to untangle two climate change parameters during three years of unique natural environmental events: new moon phases, two total solar eclipses and a special type of cloud that forms during summers in each hemisphere.


Collect data for the Earth’s whole disk Earth brightness using a smartphone App

Collect observational data for noctilucent clouds

from Earth


App to collect data from Earth during new moon phases and total solar eclipses

Camera on 3U CubeSat to learn from Space about Earth's brightness and about the NLC's formation environment.


Citizen Science


Climate Science

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