On 19th of November 1969 Charles Conrad and Alan Bean become the 3rd and 4th humans on the Moon. Crew Charles Conrad Jr., CommanderAlan L. Bean, Lunar Module PilotRichard F. Gordon Jr., Command Module Pilot […]
August 2023 is estimated to have been around 1.5°C warmer than the preindustrial average for 1850-1900.
“Rainforest structure matters because it controls how animals access resources and escape predators, and these findings will help us understand tropical forest animal’s susceptibility to climate change.” Professor Christopher Doughty
The spacecraft came within 5.3 million miles of the solar surface while moving at 364,610 miles per hour. The spacecraft emerged from the solar flyby healthy and operating normally.
Members of NASA’s OSIRIS-REx curation team work with a glove box at the agency’s Johnson Space Center in Houston. The curation team will be among the first to see and handle the sample OSIRIS-REx is returning from asteroid Bennu. They are also responsible for storing and distributing the sample to science team members around the world. Most of the sample will be stored for future generations. Image credit NASA Johnson/Bill Stafford
The back-projection analysis of seismic P-waves revealed correlations with eruptions observed by satellite (Kotaro Tarumi, Kazunori Yoshizawa. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. January 15, 2023). Image credit: Kotaro Tarumi, Kazunori Yoshizawa.
Astronauts on the Space Station conduct numerous experiments. This week the research has involved how to improve bone healing therapies both on Earth and in space. The Expedition 68 crew members also […]
The past nine years have been the warmest years since modern recordkeeping began in 1880. This means Earth in 2022 was about 2 degrees Fahrenheit (or about 1.11 degrees Celsius) warmer than the late 19th century average.
At the High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) research facility at Gakona, Alaska, a powerful transmitter sent long wavelength radio signals into space with the purpose of bouncing them off an asteroid to learn about its interior.
The High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) research site in Gakona, Alaska will attempt to bounce a radio signal off an asteroid on December 27th this year.