April 20, 1998
Thirteen Students receive Certificate of Excellence and Honorable Mention from the Director of Space Sciences Laboratory at the 1998 Alabama Science and Engineering Fair (ASEF).
Dec. 1, 1998
An unusual x-ray pulsar bursts, pulses, and puzzles astronomers.
July 28, 1998
Day #1 of the week-long workshop
May 19, 1998
from urban development. NASA scientists study the phenomenon of "urban heat islands" to understand the impact of development on climate, collecting data by flying over the city with advanced thermal sensors.
May 28, 1998
Odd Auroral arc seen crossing the north pole, leaving scientists with a puzzle no model explains.
Nov. 16, 1998
NASA Scientists hope to capture a Leonid meteoroid to look for the stuff of life in comet Tempel-Tuttle.
Oct. 27, 1998
New data on Earth's magnetosphere is slowly turning the invisible into the visible, revealing more about space weather.
Dec. 3, 1998
As Galileo returns new images of Europa, NASA scientists prepare to study samples from a potentially similar environment here on Earth.
Oct. 1, 1998
Bioreactor research could help women's health on Earth and in space.
Aug. 21, 1998
to take data from T.S. Bonnie