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GREENBELT, Md. (WJZ)—NASA’s newest tool in space is tracking the world’s rainfall,with the best accuracy, and it’s already had plenty of extreme weather to study this summer. Alex DeMetrick reports, it’s likely to have a lot […]
Mega droughts lasting decades. That’s the future NASA scientists see coming, as climate change increases extreme weather events.
While winter weather has gripped much of the nation, there’s also a focus this week on space weather as NASA scientists look to make sunspots more predictable.
This Sunday may mark the end of summer, but it’s the start of a new Mars mission. A NASA spacecraft will lock into orbit on Sept. 21.
This winter has put weather front and center for most of us. Now it’s about to come into the sharpest focus ever from space.
A solar flip-flop. Scientists at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center say the sun is in the process of reversing its magnetic poles.
It’s not visible by eye, but the sun is experiencing a great deal of activity right now.
NASA has a history of sending robotic rovers to Mars but its latest will work right here on Earth.
At NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, the Earth is the focus every day.
A Caroline County man has pleaded guilty to stealing tools and aluminum scaffolding from the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt.
A very close encounter. Next Friday, an asteroid will pass the Earth at a very close range.
Earth has been called a blue marble ever since that famous picture was snapped by astronauts standing on the moon.