Nov. 3, 1998
Shuttle experiments target the behavior of fluid mixtures in microgravity.
Nov. 5, 1998
What do the Little Ice Age and the solar corona have in common? They were both the target of science experiments on shuttle Discovery earlier this week.
Sept. 17, 1998
A bacterium which thrives in high-salt conditions produces a fascinating protein which changes color extremely efficiently. Crystals grown by Spacelab make scientists hopeful that they can understand the biological function and apply it to, for example, artificial retinas for people.
March 9, 1998
The Electrostatic Levitator, donated by Loral Space Systems to Marshall Space Flight Center, uses static electricity to suspend small samples in this next generation of ground-based containerless processing.
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April 13, 1998
say NASA scientists concerning the next peak in the Sun's 11 year cycle of activity.
Feb. 23, 1998
While most eyes turn skyward to watch Thursday's solar eclipse (with the appropriate filters to protect your eyes) one satellite will look earthward to watch the moon's shadow race across the globe.
Aug. 20, 1998
Scientists may get the chance to study Bonnie, which may develop into a full-fledged hurricane this week.
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April 3, 1998
Lightningsensors in space and on the ground are showing the value of having a space-based network of sensors that could spot and track storms which are likely to spawn tornadoes.