Jan. 5, 1998
Aug. 22, 1998
of the hurricane hunters to a safer base but science operations are underway
May 27, 1998
Shuttle experiments yield new information on how soil and powders behave like liquids under low pressure like those experienced during earthquakes or the manufacture of cosmetics.
May 29, 1998
the building blocks of stars and planets - is the center of attention in new NASA lab.
Sept. 15, 1998
Thunderstorm studies continue as a new hurricane candidate wends its way from Africa.
July 15, 1998
A unique levitation furnace that flew on the Space Shuttleis 1998 is being eyed for upgrades to fly on future Shuttle and International Space Stationmissions.
Sept. 18, 1998
Team flies 4 missions in 5 days, collecting humidity information in clear air, and oceanic convection data.
Dec. 15, 1998
Last weekend observers around the globe were treated to one of the strongest Geminid meteor showers ever. Next year could be even better. This article includes a video clip of Geminid and Leonid Meteorsstreaking through the constellation Orion.
July 9, 1998
International conference Next week in Alabama on Microgravityscience successes, and the future of science on International Space Station.
May 6, 1998
A cosmic explosion of gamma-rays from near the edge of the known universe - announced today by NASA - is only the latest piece in 30-year scientific puzzle. Explore the trail of discovery that has led scientists to learn that these daily events each release more energy in 10 seconds than the Sun will emit in its entire 10-billion year lifetime.