July 13, 1998
scientists present plans for fundamental experiments on board International Space Station.
Aug. 24, 1998
All three NASA and NOAA aircraft teams make first sortie to hurricane Bonnie and get to study her structure at the same time.
Jan. 21, 1998
New data show accreting pulsars speed up and slow down at irregular intervals.
Nov. 3, 1998
Protein crystal growth experiments continue on STS-95.
Nov. 4, 1998
This week's Mir Science Results Symposium discusses changes in the human body resulting from space flight.
Aug. 4, 1998
the last day of the workshop - teachers put their new-found training to the test
March 13, 1998
Exploring a microworld locked in ancient ice.
Oct. 6, 1998
A 2 day workshop in Huntsville AL, open to high-school teachers and their students, hopes to capture students' imagination and help steer them toward a lifelong love, and perhaps career, in the space sciences.
Oct. 5, 1998
A new instrument, JASMIN, may provide new views of the Sun from space and help solve heating mysteries currently puzzling scientists.
Sept. 29, 1998
Gamma ray flash zaps satellites, illuminates Earth, and sheds light on several mysterious stellar events.