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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.
Aug. 4, 1998
the last day of the workshop - teachers put their new-found training to the test
July 31, 1998
Days #4 and #5, teachers use Landsat maps and simple materials to measure ground cover
July 29, 1998
Days #2 and #3, teachers practice hydrology on the Azov Sea shore
July 28, 1998
Day #1 of the week-long workshop
July 28, 1998
The detection of SOHO raises hopes for its recovery
July 27, 1998
July 23, 1998
Russia joins GLOBE in down-to-earth mission to record the global surface environment. Next week's workshop joins NASA scientists and Russian professors who will train U.S. and Russian teachers in the wheat and sunflower fields of summertime Russia.
July 21, 1998
Urban Heat in July: NASA's "heat hunters" measure blistering - and refreshing - areas in Salt Lake City, Utah.
July 20, 1998
Lunar and Martian dirt could provide radiation shielding for crews on future planetary missions.