NASA-NOAA’s Suomi NPP Satellite sees Tropical Cyclone Hola over Vanuatu

IMAGE: On Mar. 8 at 0230 UTC (Mar. 7 at 9: 30 p.m. EST) NASA-NOAA’s Suomi NPP satellite recorded a noticeable picture of Hurricane Hola over Vanuatu in the... Read more »

NASA’s Aqua satellite finds Dumazile sheared

IMAGE: NASA’s Aqua satellite passed over Dumazile on March 7 and revealed a distinct low-level center of blood circulation and strong wind shear pressed the majority of the clouds... Read more »

Cleaning nanowires to get out more light

A method for decreasing the loss of light at the surface area of semiconductor nanostructures has actually been shown by researchers at KAUST. Some products can effectively transform the... 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 »

New graphene laser technique opens door for edible electronics

IMAGE: A brand-new laser method that ‘composes’ graphene onto toasted bread, potatoes and other foods might result in the advancement of edible electronic devices. view more  Credit: Jeff Fitlow/Rice... Read more »