We are in an era where climate change and our carbon footprint are under the microscope. Scientists are constantly trying to learn more about these issues.
A bright light in the sky, moving tens of thousands of miles an hour. We’re now learning more about Friday night’s meteor.
NASA says it has extended the contract for operating the Hubble Space Telescope.
The calendar may say the first day of spring, but science is finding otherwise.
A very close encounter. Next Friday, an asteroid will pass the Earth at a very close range.
The National Archives is displaying rarely seen documents and items showing milestones in manned spaceflight from President Richard Nixon’s administration.
Earth has been called a blue marble ever since that famous picture was snapped by astronauts standing on the moon.
When the International Space Station passed over Baltimore, one of the astronauts snapped a picture of Charm City.
NASA launched two satellites, built at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, into space early Thursday morning to explore radiation belts.
Storms, wind and heat flares. They’re the weather conditions Johns Hopkins scientists see in space. Now they have a new spacecraft to watch and it launches this week from Cape Canaveral.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) may be in the “future” business, but at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, it also has a footprint in the distant past.
Johns Hopkins University says one of its professors will accept the Gruber Prize in cosmology in Beijing.
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