Scientists develop a system for trapping CO2 that could could slow the effects of global warming
Mankind might be slowly destroying planet Earth, but there's also a chance we could be the ones to save it from ourselves. A group of scientists led by Ian Power of Trent University in Canada have announced the development of a system that can trap CO2 ...
Scientists have created a carbon-trapping mineral in a lab
Scientists Have Grown an Artificial Mineral That Can Store Greenhouse Gases... And Help End Pollution
Scientists Create Mineral That Removes Carbon Dioxide From Atmosphere
California's massive wildfires are pushing carbon monoxide across the country
It was just a few days ago that the National Weather Service provided some stunning glimpses at the effect the California wildfires are having on weather patterns in the United States, and now NASA is chiming in with its own discoveries. The NWS ...
Carbon monoxide from California wildfires drifts east
Smoke, carbon monoxide from California wildfires drifting all the way to the East Coast
NASA Reports Carbon Monoxide from California Wildfires Drifts East
The Planetary Society
Giving Mysterious Venus the Love (and Science) She Deserves
The Planetary Society
Download MP3. On This Episode. Sue Smrekar. Principal Scientist, Jet Propulsion Lab. Nicky Fox. Parker Solar Probe project scientist, Johns Hopkins University / Applied Physics Lab. Betsy Congdon. Lead Thermal Engineer on the Parker Solar Probe's Heat ...
Parker Solar Mission Can Withstand Sun's Heat Close Up - Scholar
ORNL helps NASA with testing space probe heading to the sun
NASA Solar probe will begin transmitting close up analysis of the Sun starting in December
Not just land heat waves: Oceans are in hot water, too
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Even the oceans are breaking temperature records in this summer of heat waves. Off the San Diego coast, scientists earlier this month recorded all-time high seawater temperatures since daily measurements began in 1916. "Just like we ...
Climate change multiplies harmful marine heatwaves (Update)
AP, HHMI expand collaboration to bolster health, science coverage - Associated Press
Spacewalking Cosmonauts Toss Tiny Satellites From Space Station
Two Russian cosmonauts completed a grueling, nearly 8-hour spacewalk Wednesday (Aug. 15), tossing tiny satellites into orbit from the International Space Station, among other tasks. Cosmonauts Oleg Artemyev and Sergey Prokopyev emerged from the ...
Spacewalkers toss nanosatellites into orbit, hook up bird migration monitor
Spacewalkers install bird trackers, send satellites flying
Spacewalkers fling satellites, install bird trackers
New Horizons may have detected hydrogen wall at solar system's edge
NASA's New Horizons spacecraft, now on its way to its second target, may have detected evidence of a wall of hydrogen that scientists theorize exists at the boundary between the heliosphere, a bubble-like region influenced by the solar wind, and ...
New Horizons Detects Wall of Hydrogen Around the Solar System
We May Have Identified What Lies at the Outermost Edge of Our Solar System
New Horizons May Be Approaching Long-Sought Hydrogen Wall At Solar System's End