Three NASA interns were selected to speak at the International Astronautical Congress Plenary in Cape Town, South Africa, on Oct. 5.
NASA is planning an Oct. 27 launch of the first Earth-observing satellite to measure both global climate changes and key weather variables.
When Bruce Wielicki's two-story, brick home was built in 1987, it adhered to the Energy Star standards of its day. Almost two decades later, those standards were no longer up to par.
NASA's DEVELOP student research program closed out its summer session with a virtual poster session, and the results are posted here.
A NASA-led team of scientists took to the Chesapeake Bay this summer to determine how to study water and air quality in coastal regions from space.
Norman Loeb, the principal investigator for CERES, explains the benefit a long-term, continuous record of climate measurements is so important.
The latest CERES instrument, on board NPP satellite, will continue 27 years of data on the solar energy reflected and absorbed by Earth, the heat the planet emits and the role of clouds in that process.
Scientists conducted airborne validation of four laser techniques for measuring atmospheric carbon dioxide aboard NASA's DC-8 flying lab in late July.
The GOES-13 satellite captures an image of the thick, brown smoke streaming from the Lateral West Fire burning in the Great Dismal Swamp which has created air quality alerts across Hampton Roads.
Today, the GOES-13 satellite captured a visible image of the thick brown smoke streaming from the Lateral West Fire burning in the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge (GDSBWR) in southeastern ...