Dec. 16, 1998
Scientists at Marshall think that Asteroidsmay scoop up dust from space over the eons, giving themselves dust blankets up to a meter thick. Asteroids, too small to exert enough gravity to capture the dust, may instead attract it with static electricity, providing a storehouse of primordial matter in the solar system and suggesting an intriguing twist on planetary formation theory.
Aug. 6, 2008
Oct. 19, 1998
As the sun approaches solar maximum, NASA scientists report that the sunspot cycle is closely following their prediction.
Oct. 16, 1998
Opening in the nightside aurora borealis may be linked to events in space.
Sept. 10, 1998
With 3 hurricanes so far, the CAMEX team gathers valuable data on thunderstorms while waiting for the next big one.
July 9, 1998
scientists receive international, NASA, and regional awards.
July 1, 1998
and has cool spots, too - in an aerial image taken June 29 from a study of how urban forests can help keep cities from overheating.
Oct. 22, 1998
Scientists may have discovered a salty ocean and some ingredients for life on Jupiter's moon.
Sept. 21, 1998
CAMEX team wrapping up campaign with flights into Georges.
May 22, 1998
the search for life elsewhere will begin by careful study of life growing under severe conditions on earth