The Multi-Angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR) is a satellite that circles the earth providing information for studying Earth’s climate. Data is collected on the partitioning of energy and carbon between the land’s surface and the atmosphere. The regional and global impact of atmospheric particles and clouds on climate is studied. The MISR collects a staggering amount of data requiring researchers to develop new and inventive ways of understanding information. This drawing suggests acumulating a more detailed explanation of the natural world.