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NASA sees developing system 96W affecting central Philippines
-Phys.org - Wed Dec 13 10:39:18 EST 2017
On Dec. 13 at 0412 UTC (Dec. 12 at 11:12 p.m. EST) NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP satellite provided a visible image of System 96W as its western quadrant moved over the east central Philip...
Eclipse 2017: Science from the moon's shadow
-Phys.org - Mon Dec 11 10:47:09 EST 2017
A team of NASA-funded scientists led by Amir Caspi of the Southwest Research Institute used telescopes mounted on a pair of NASA jets to extend their observation time of the Sun's ...
NASA regularly rolls out news about its discoveries, theories, and studies, and most of the time they do so with very little fanfare. When the agency takes the time to schedule a p...
NASA airborne science team surveys California fires
-Phys.org - Mon Dec 11 01:44:18 EST 2017
The Ventura coastline is barely visible under a plume of smoke as NASA's ER-2 high-altitude aircraft carrying JPL's AVIRIS spectrometer instrument surveys the Southern California w...
NASA video details the birth of a new island in Tonga
-Mashable - Tue Dec 12 16:03:12 EST 2017
In December 2014, an underwater volcano erupted in the South Pacific kingdom of Tonga, leading to the creation of a new island called Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai — and the whole thin...
U.S. President Donald Trump signed his administration's first space policy directive on Monday, directing the U.S. space agency NASA to send astronauts back to the moon and eventua...
The US space program hasn’t sent astronauts to the moon since the early 1970s, but if Donald Trump has his way, NASA will be once again exploring the lunar surface before long. A p...
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc’s Google and NASA said on Thursday that advanced computer analysis identified two new planets around distant stars, including one that is par...
Being an astronaut living and working aboard the International Space Station shouldn’t mean that you have to miss out on much-anticipated movie releases like Star Wars: The Last Je...
By Leah Crane President Trump wants NASA to aim for the moon. On 11 December, the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 17 lunar landing, he signed a policy directive telling NASA to focu...
The CEAMS team tapped an existing network of volunteer precipitation data-takers from the CSU-led Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network. Credit: Colorado State Univer...
Spanning disciplines in the search for life beyond Earth
-Phys.org - Wed Dec 13 07:35:53 EST 2017
Left, an image of Earth from the DSCOVR-EPIC camera. Right, the same image degraded to a resolution of 3-by-3 pixels, similar to what researchers will see in future exoplanet obser...
While many of our interviewees had "front office" jobs in the space program—pilots, astronauts, flight controllers—some of the most interesting interview bits came from the pure en...
Only a vanishingly small number of humans will ever set foot on the International Space Station. It’s not exactly a tough or arduous posting, but it does come with a few downsides,...
Trump has officially signed Space Policy Directive 1, which sets NASA up for a lunar mission and a potential trip to Mars. However, there’s the issue of funding.  ( Chip Somod...
President Trump says we’re going back to the Moon | Ars Technica
-Ars Technica - Mon Dec 11 10:52:46 EST 2017
NASA has had a big problem since the agency triumphantly landed humans on the Moon nearly half a century ago. Namely, after the Apollo landings delivered a solid US victory in the ...
NASA will make an announcement of a new discovery made by Kepler space telescope, the most accomplished planet-hunter in history. Is the news about evidence of life beyond Earth?&n...
(Newser) – When an ash island formed in the Pacific Ocean following an underwater volcanic eruption in late 2014, scientists predicted it would soon disappear. Over the next six mo...
Juno probes the depths of Jupiter's great red spot
-Phys.org - Tue Dec 12 01:53:56 EST 2017
Winds around Jupiter's Great Red Spot are simulated in this JunoCam view that has been animated using a model of the winds there. The wind model, called a velocity field, was deriv...
It’s a science lesson, musical, 2001: A Space Odyssey homage, and video game shout-out all in one when an IT guy (Ed Wasser from Babylon 5) who hates cat videos encounters an ...
Sea-level rise projections made hazy by antarctic instability
-Phys.org - Wed Dec 13 04:33:33 EST 2017
Ice loss from the Thwaites Glacier in the Amundsen Sea Embayment, West Antarctica, has doubled since the 1990s. The glacier appears to be collapsing due to marine ice-sheet instabi...
Hubble's celestial snow globe
-Phys.org - Tue Dec 12 10:27:53 EST 2017
This video starts with a wide-field view of the sky covering the constellations of Orion, the hunter, and Lepus, the hare. The view zooms down to the relatively tiny field of the H...
Bright areas on Ceres suggest geologic activity
-Phys.org - Wed Dec 13 01:49:05 EST 2017
The bright areas of Occator Crater -- Cerealia Facula in the center and Vinalia Faculae to the side -- are examples of bright material found on crater floors on Ceres. This is a si...
NASA looks at rainfall in developing Tropical Storm Kai-tak
-Phys.org - Thu Dec 14 10:51:07 EST 2017
The GPM satellite traveled over the Philippine Sea on Dec. 12, 2017, at 7:38 a.m. EST (1238 UTC) and showed that a few of the most intense storms in developing Kai-tak were droppin...
Most everyone enjoys a good pizza party: Even astronauts living aboard the International Space Station. As this video from NASA shows, assembling pizza in zero gravity is not only ...
A Map of Future Exoplanetary Discovery - Scientific American
-Scientific American - Tue Dec 12 04:03:45 EST 2017
Astronomers know of more than 3,500 exoplanets—worlds orbiting stars other than our sun—and will probably find thousands more in the next few years. Some of these newfound worlds w...
Very few people can relate to the characters in Star Wars like the astronauts working on the International Space Station can. After all, they’re the closest thing our universe has ...
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