For 40 riveting days this summer, NASA lightning researchers will peer inside storms in a way they never have before.
Three NASA aircraft will begin flights to study tropical cyclones on Aug. 15 during the agency's first major U.S.-based hurricane field campaign since 2001.
NASA is leading an aircraft campaign that will provide a sustained and unprecedented look at the inner workings of hurricane formation and intensification.
NASA's Pleiades supercomputer has helped develop a simulation of tropical cyclone Nargis, which devastated Myanmar in 2008. The result is the first model to replicate the formation of the tropical cyclone five days in advance.
Every summer, thousands of people follow the spinning drama known as hurricanes. On Thursday, July 29, NASA atmospheric scientist Tim Miller answered your questions.
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How many times have emergency rescue personnel evacuated people living along the coastline only for a potentially catastrophic hurricane to fizzle out hours before it is supposed to make landfall?
The NASA/NOAA GOES Project is releasing a comprehensive 6 minute video of the 2009 hurricane season to kick off the Atlantic Ocean hurricane season that starts June 1.