Langley researchers keep tabs on the atmosphere’s radiative flux and all the factors that influence it -- crucial to understanding present and future climate.
The CALIPSO satellite mission is pleased to announce an initial public release of its data products.
Two NASA programs allow amateur scientists to participate in real science experiments.
ARES, a science mission to explore Mars using an airplane, is one step closer this week to its ultimate goal of flying through the atmosphere of Mars, as its first full-scale model has arrived at NASA Langley Research Center.
Both the CALIPSO and CloudSat satellites are looking at clouds and aerosols from 438 miles above Earth. But, how do the researchers know these long-distance observers are getting it right?
LARSS students have created a makeshift lab behind the Science Directorate's building 1250.
Two NASA satellites were launched Friday from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., on missions to reveal the inner secrets of clouds and aerosols, tiny particles suspended in the air.
The Tropospheric Airborne Meteorological Data Report Instrument's Successful First Year in Operation› View This Video
After a very successful 14-year mission, Langley's HALOE instrument was turned off this month.
NASA and the Girl Scout Council of Colonial Coast lectures are aimed at encouraging more young women to study and enjoy science and engineering.