Engineers Richard Jones and Brad Crawford prepare the SAGE III-ISS instrument for testing in the medium bay of Building 1250. NASA Langley researchers completed a week of sun-look and moon-look tests ...
After nine years in a clean room, the SAGE III instrument returns to service measuring the Earth's atmosphere and ozone layer.
NASA is developing a system to predict radiation entering Earth's atmosphere from space to provide commercial airline passengers and crew real-time information about in-flight radiation exposure.
NASA's CALIPSO caught a top-down glimpse of an unusual atmospheric phenomenon -- polar stratospheric clouds, also known as nacreous clouds -- on January 4, while flying past the east coast of Greenland.
The latest version of a cutting-edge visualization program will help scientists better understand what their observations are telling them about clouds and climate.
NASA's High Spectral Resolution Lidar instrument reaches a milestone -- 1,000 flight hours.
Studying contrails and clouds from space to improve aviation safety has earned Patrick Minnis the Losey Atmospheric Sciences Award from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
It’s hard to believe that, in this day and age, we don’t have a way to measure sea-level air pressure during hurricanes. NASA researchers, however, are working on a system that will improve forecasting of severe ocean weather by doing just that.
The best way to get a good grade is to do your homework. An independent team of experts from around the country met at NASA Langley last week to grade homework on CLARREO, then said it passed.
When Patrick Minnis saw video of the "mystery" contrail Nov. 9 that looked like a missile launch near Catalina Island off Los Angeles, he figured it the way most people did.