I have a nice view of the Earth from my desktop.

I have a great view of the Earth from my desktop. Read more »

An ‘insider’s look’ at Tropical Cyclone 11S from NASA’s Aqua Satellite

IMAGE: On March 2 at 5:05 a.m. EST (10:05 UTC) NASA’s Aqua satellite found cloud top temperatures of strongest thunderstorms (yellow) in Tropical Storm 11S. Temperatures were as cold as... Read more »

Can strongly lensed type 1a supernovae resolve cosmology’s biggest controversy?

In 1929 Edwin Hubble surprised many people—including Albert Einstein—when he showed that the universe is expanding. Another bombshell came in 1998 when two teams of astronomers proved that cosmic... Read more »

What are those lights passing by the Tesla car?

Exactly what are those lights going by the Tesla cars and truck? Read more »

SwRI’s Burch elected to S.A. Aviation and Aerospace Hall of Fame

SAN ANTONIO — Feb. 28, 2018 –Dr. James L. Burch, vice president of the Space Science and Engineering Division at Southwest Research Institute, is one of four honorees being... Read more »

Water on the Moon might actually be locked in place and widespread

Although Earth is known for its vast oceans, lakes, and rivers, it may not be the only body in the community with vast water particles. A brand-new study released... Read more »

Throttling Falcon 9 rocket (SpaceX PAZ Mission)

Throttling Falcon 9 rocket (SpaceX PAZ Objective) Read more »

Fluctuating temperatures are causing massive river ice jams

Right now, an area of the Mohawk River in Schenectady, New York, is doing its finest impression of a huge snow cone. Enormous portions of ice, some weighing countless... Read more »