It appears Earth has dodged more bullets than expected. Last February’s meteor blast over Siberia sent NASA scientists back to their computers.
Students from three Baltimore City middle schools are competing in Rocket into Poly—a rocket launching competition at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute.
A spacecraft that gave scientists their first peek into a comet’s icy interior will explore no more, NASA said Friday.
Drones built for surveillance are being converted into hurricane hunters. It’s a NASA program operating south of Ocean City.
Soon, for weeks as a time, a large object is expected to light the night sky. it could be wonderful or a total bust.
NASA’s newest robotic explorer rocketed into space late Friday in an unprecedented moonshot from the Eastern Shore that dazzled sky watchers along the East Coast.
From the Eastern Shore to the moon. NASA will launch the LADEE spacecraft from Wallops Island, just over the Maryland line in Virginia.
Scorched earth. That’s what new images from NASA satellites are showing across the world. Hotter, drier conditions are fueling more wildfires.
NASA is rescheduling its planned launch of two rockets from the Eastern Shore of Virginia to Friday.
It’s not visible by eye, but the sun is experiencing a great deal of activity right now.
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.