Sept. 15, 1998
Thunderstorm studies continue as a new hurricane candidate wends its way from Africa.
Sept. 14, 1998
Spacelab successfully crystallizes an intensely sweet protein that has 3000 times the kick of table sugar - and no calories.
Sept. 10, 1998
With 3 hurricanes so far, the CAMEX team gathers valuable data on thunderstorms while waiting for the next big one.
Sept. 4, 1998
NASA team studies rain intensity before landfall; NOAA team studies storm surge and wind field at landfall.
Sept. 2, 1998
A powerful new instrument could point scientists to the source of mysterious, cosmological, gamma-ray bursts.
Sept. 2, 1998
Satellite radar shows a mountainous cloud chimney during the hurricane - twice as tall as Mt. Everest.
Sept. 1, 1998
Three decades after Apollo 12, a remarkable colony of lunar survivors, who hitchhiked a trip to The Moonon Surveyor 3 - unprotected - are reexamined.
Aug. 31, 1998
Hurricane team completes the first half of their unique science campaign, and has a wealth of new data.
Aug. 28, 1998
NASA team rests after "quite incredible" work with Bonnie
Aug. 27, 1998
a team of American and Russian teachers has completed a week of training in Russia With a Russia-based Peace Corps volunteer to extend the reach of scientists who need air, water, and soil measurements from around the world.