NASA scientists concluded a six-week hunt for thunderstorms. The Deep Convective Clouds and Chemistry field campaign seeks to understand how storms affect the chemistry of the upper troposphere.
NASA researchers are about to fly off on a campaign that will take them into the heart of thunderstorm country.
A NASA research airplane is about to take wing for Greenland, where it will join an extensive airborne survey of Earth's polar ice.
Students in a NASA training and development program put an Xbox Kinect into their 3-D virtual environment to display satellite data.
NASA instrument directly measures the impact of solar events on the Earth's upper atmosphere.
Students using satellite data to address community concerns in NASA's student research program, DEVELOP, are preparing to present the results of their projects from the spring term with a virtual poster session on March 22, 2012.
NASA doesn't develop its next generation of leaders in the classroom; it takes hands-on experience.
One petabyte can hold over 13 years of HD video. Two? That's Langley's ASDC.
The Clouds and the Earth's Radiant Energy System instrument had its 'first light' moment aboard the Suomi NPP satellite.
Inconsistencies between satellite observations of Earth's heat and measurements of ocean heating led NASA scientists to reexamine the data to solve the puzzle.