New measurements from a NASA satellite show a dramatic cooling in the upper atmosphere that correlates with the declining phase of the current solar cycle.
Taking a new look at how everyday human behaviors are affecting the Arctic, a major regulator of the planet's climate.
For the first time, NASA scientists are accurately calculating the level of damaging radiation people are exposed to on commercial airline flights.
Of the many dangers that plague commercial airplanes, icing stands out as one of the most treacherous.
Lesa Roe stood in front of the Friday revelry, talking of the year in review and then showing a video that recounted NASA Langley’s 2009 successes for the director’s annual holiday party throng
Life was a rollercoaster for Kathy Ferrare and husband, Rich. But one thing that has remained steady was that they knew they wanted a child.
Dick Bender offered a history lesson to members of the Climate Absolute Radiance and Refractivity Observatory team over lunch Tuesday.
For Sharon Rodier, a Science Systems and Applications Inc (SSAI) employee at NASA Langley, the race hasn’t been without hurdles.
Olaf Storaasli earned Concordia's 2009 Alumni Achievement Award "for outstanding service to scientific research, peerless work in support of America's space programs and service to young people, education and community."
Much can change during 18 months in a harsh space environment. On October 20, scientists, researchers, media and college students from Utah gathered in the clean room of Building 1250 to view the gran...