The most powerful gigantic jet ever recorded fortuitously appeared over a sensor array in Oklahoma, enabling scientists to map the structure of the phenomenon for the first time.
The new director hopes to strengthen existing partnerships, build and retain a more diverse and inclusive workforce, and deliver the agency’s science to those who need it most.
Each solar cycle might seem like the same old story, but one thing has changed significantly since the previous solar maximum–our technology.
A new survey of hundreds of pulsars could help solve the mystery of why planets exist around these dead stars.
Drought continues to threaten Maui’s native land-based and marine ecosystems, water resources, and traditional ways of life. But conservationists have hope—and ways to fight back.
Inspired by the science infrastructure in their own backyard.
Showing how eyes in the sky can help people on the ground.
Five galaxies, two nebulae, an exoplanet, and the early universe—JWST’s first images provide a cross section of the science yet to come.
Five decades of data revealed a star undergoing a pause in magnetic activity similar to what the Sun experienced almost 400 years ago.
Plantas cultivadas en regolito lunar recolectado por las misiones Apollo crecieron con éxito desde la semilla hasta el retoño, brindando así información sobre las futuras perspectivas de la agricultura lunar.