Geek Astronauts Will Watch Super Bowl from Space Yahoo! News (blog) Six astronauts living in space may not have gravity, fresh food or a shower, but there is one Earth necessity they won't miss Sunday: The Super Bowl.
Take a photographic tour of NASA's space food through the decades io9 Take a photographic tour of NASA's space food through the decades It falls to NASA's Advanced Food Technology Project not only to ensure that the food astronauts eat in space is...
ABC News (blog) NASA : Earth as Art ABC News (blog) NASA has released a beautiful book titled “Earth As Art,” pulling a collection of images from US environmental satellites. The result is a unique, almost magical look at the planet we call home.
In particular, NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA), the Deutsche Agentur für Raumfahrtangelegenheiten (DARA, the German space agency), the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), the French Centre National d'Études ...
Meteorologists may become better at their jobs thanks to your smartphone. Atmospheric scientists at the University of Washington are collecting data from people using PressureNet, a free app that works on certain Android devices.
CBS News Massive snowstorm seen from space in satellite photo CBS News The monster storm bearing down on the northeast today (Feb. 8) looks just as scary from space, as revealed in this new photo taken by a satellite in orbit around Earth.
NPR (blog) Time-Lapse Video: A 'Meteorological Bomb' In The Making NPR (blog) We've told you that blizzard moving across the New England today may be historic. Wes Junker, of the Capital Weather Gang, explained the science behind the storm.
NASA to Launch ISS Instrument to Monitor Ocean Winds WebProNews NASA announced this week that it will launch an instrument called the ISS-RapidScat to the International Space Station (ISS) next year to measure ocean winds.
Karen Lopez's insight:
Data about Earth is an important deliverables of NASA projects. It's not all about space.
Why NASA observes the Sun in different wavelengths Phys.Org This collage of solar images from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) shows how observations of the sun in different wavelengths helps highlight different aspects of the sun's surface...
Space.com New Asteroid-Mining Venture to Be Unveiled Tuesday Space.com A new asteroid-mining company will unveil itself to the world on Tuesday (Jan. 22) and is expected to present an ambitious plan to exploit the resources of deep space.
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