Recent Landsat satellite data shows the major flooding of the Mississippi River from 438 miles out in space.
The Short-term Prediction Research and Transition, or SPoRT, team has used satellite data to identify tornado damage from the April 27th outbreak.
The J-2X engine's fuel turbopump first stage nozzle passed a test to ensure it can withstand its extreme operating environment.
Dr. Robert Bindschadler has been studying the mysteries of the Arctic and Antarctic for the past 30 years.
Hands-on activities make understanding the carbon cycle easier for teachers of all levels.
NASA will hold a news briefing on Tuesday, May 17, at 10 a.m. PDT (1 p.m. EDT), on the agency's next Earth-observing satellite mission, Aquarius/SAC-D, scheduled to launch on June 9.
The Mississippi River reached nearly 48 feet in Memphis, Tenn., on May 10, the highest water level for Memphis since 1937.
Testing future satellite instruments from airplanes is the next best thing to actually testing them in space.
A combination of heavy rains and a large snow melt has put parts of the central U.S. at risk for record flooding this spring with several locations along the Mississippi already at or near record levels.
Astronauts Karol "Bo" Bobko and Susan Helms were inducted into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame as the Class of 2011.
Recent images of the April 27 storm damage path have been captured by NASA's Terra satellite, part of NASA's Earth Observing Satellite system, or EOS.
A new age of satellite studies of Earth dawns this June with the launch of NASA's salt-seeking Aquarius instrument.
What on Earth are the clues NASA scientists use to help them deduce that there may be life on other planets?
Tornado tracks from last week's powerful tornado outbreak are visible in data from NASA's Aqua satellite and the Landsat satellite.
NASA satellites captured images of the deadly tornadoes that raked across Alabama on April 27, 2011, killing over 200 people.
The TRMM satellite again flew over severe thunderstorms that were spawning tornadoes over the eastern United States on April 28, 2011.
A powerful storm system continues to march across the United States and toward the East Coast today, April 27.
The GOES-13 Satellite captured an image of the system with a high risk for severe storms across the U.S.
The Mid-latitude Airborne Cirrus Properties Experiment is a NASA field campaign, investigating cirrus cloud properties.
What do polar bears, hummingbirds, clams, bowhead whales and invasive plant species have to do with Earth science spacecraft orbiting overhead 24/7?