Ten years after Katrina, NASA is building a network of mini-satellites that will unveil hurricanes' deadly power.
As a suitably impressive follow-up to the new “blue marble” image of our world released in July, today NASA shared a gorgeous animation created from pictures captured by NOAA’s Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) spacecraft.
NASA satellites have sent back a detailed view of rain and snow across the U.S. so far this year. It shows the West's drought and Plain's epic rains. →
A team of engineers has been at work for the past three years to develop a space cleanup satellite. The intent is to eliminate threatening, human-made orbital debris.
As multi-million dollar spacecraft crawl across our solar system, they could bring smaller passengers with them -- these tiny vehicles are called CubeSats and they've so far done a great job colonizing low Earth orbit.
NASA hopes to match commercial efforts in the future satellite-repair industry.
Views from around the world: Downpours pick up as the atmosphere warms and a star-shape fort is captured from space. Plus: Is the new Bay Bridge shaky?
The Earth and Mars will be on opposite sides of the sun this month, meaning we'll lose contact with our beloved Mars rovers and orbiters.
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