Closing in on the really far out. If everything goes right, a spacecraft built and controlled in Maryland will come out of hibernation Saturday night.
Reid Wiseman returns to earth! The Baltimore County native is back on solid ground after an amazing journey on the International Space Station. Touchdown was at 11 p.m. Sunday, and it was a harrowing return for the astronaut, who was ending a six-month journey in space.
After nearly six months aboard the International Space Station, Baltimore County’s own Reid Wiseman is back on Earth.
If the clouds cooperate Sunday evening, a massive full moon will rise over Maryland.
It’s not just space NASA focuses on. A fleet of satellites also studies the Earth. That vantage point is showing most of us are breathing cleaner air.
Baltimore astronaut Reid Wiseman arrived at the International Space Station less than two weeks ago, but he’s already the most popular guy on-board– at least on Twitter, where he has more than 70,000 followers who can’t get enough of his photos of planet Earth.
The calendar may say spring starts Thursday, but science says it’s starting earlier than it used to. That might be hard to believe after the winter we’ve been through.
Learn which celebrities are building a sustainable future with efforts towards being green and educating the public about environmental issues.
It appears Earth has dodged more bullets than expected. Last February’s meteor blast over Siberia sent NASA scientists back to their computers.
The idea that life exists outside of Earth gets a big boost. A NASA spacecraft is telling scientists that the possibility is stronger than ever.
Scorched earth. That’s what new images from NASA satellites are showing across the world. Hotter, drier conditions are fueling more wildfires.
NASA’s rover “Curiosity” landed on Mars one year ago this week. Its discoveries are already changing science books.