Hurricane Wilma closes center, visitors complex.
The 2005 Hurricane Season will go down in the meteorological history books as having the most named tropical cyclones in known history.
This year may go down in the record books as having the most named tropical storms since 1933.
Hurricane Charley came ashore on the southwest coast of Florida, and changed the look of North Captiva Island.
Hurricane Erin was used as an experiment for a study to improve hurricane tracking and intensity predictions.
This past summer NASA researchers headed off to Costa Rica to learn more about the birth of hurricanes and to test some of the latest weather technology.
An unmanned aircraft provides observations of the near-surface, high wind hurricane environment.
NASA studies the link between ocean heat and the intensification of hurricanes in the Gulf.
More hurricanes were spawned in July 2005 than in the history of recording hurricanes.
NASA science instruments and Earth-orbiting satellites are providing detailed insight about the environmental impact caused by Hurricane Katrina.
Satellite images of the flooding of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast in the wake of Katrina.
The Goddard Scientific Visualization Studio plots the progression, rainfall accumulation and sea surface temperatures of Hurricane Katrina.
Hurricane Katrina causes havoc from Florida to the Gulf Coast.
NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) today outlined research that has helped to improve the accuracy of medium-range weather forecasts in the Northern Hemisphere.
Already the record fifth named storm of the season by mid-July, Emily made landfall in Mexico as a major hurricane two separate times.
Taiwan suffered a direct hit from Typhoon Haitang on the afternoon of Monday July 18, 2005 local time with sustained winds reported at 184 kph (114 mph).
Seeing how and where rain falls has been sped up by NASA and made to appear in 3-D to help hurricane forecasters better predict storms.
NASA-funded scientists recently found that ozone levels drop as a hurricane is intensifying.
The Web page is a compilation of data from various satellites and computer models, and it explains why and how NASA investigates hurricanes.