Aug. 12, 1998
Multiple instruments will be flown in a converted spy plane and a jetliner to gather hurricane data to help predict how destructive a hurricane will grow.
Nov. 3, 1998
Interim science results symposium this week in Huntsville.
Nov. 16, 1998
But the Hubble space telescope will keep on observing.
Dec. 8, 1998
The northern lights are more than beautiful; they are indicators of powerful storms strong enough to drive some of Earth's upper atmosphere right into space!
Nov. 10, 1998
We all receive and use science information daily, to some degree. How we get it, use it, and how communication adds value to taxpayer investments in science are some of the subjects of new research by a blue-ribbon panel. The panel presents results from some of their research to date.
Dec. 22, 1998
Amateur radio operators capture eerie-sounding radar echos from Geminid and Leonid meteors.
Oct. 29, 1998
NASA plans to launch an orbiting radar for better Space Weatherforecasting. This story includes RealVideo of space storms and the sun-Earth connection.
Nov. 27, 1998
Jan. 16, 1998
Launch scheduled for January 22, 1998, STS-89 will carry five NASA/Marshall science payloads, two for an extended stay aboard Russia's Mir space station, two for a return from Mir, and one for operations in the Spacehab module during the mission.
Oct. 28, 1998
Scientists use virtual satellites to explore Earth's magnetosphere.