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Five Takeaways from Trump’s Proposed Budget for NASA
Exploration and privatization dominate the president’s proposed budget for the space agency in the 2019 fiscal year, whereas a major cut to a flagship mission surprises scientists.
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From tiny seafloor features in the Gulf of Mexico to craters pocking the surface of Mars, the details on these maps captivate and fascinate.
Thirteen Innovative Ways Humans Use Drones
From the bottom of acid lakes to up in the sky, autonomous vehicles are changing the way scientists view and study Earth.
Ten New Frontiers in the Solar System and Beyond
Humanity’s reach has extended from the surface of Earth to the very edge of our solar system, even to exoplanets far into space. What’s next in our journey into the unknown?
Cassini’s Legacy in Print
With over 750 papers published in AGU journals based on Cassini-Huygens mission data, three editors select some of the most noteworthy.
Three Steps to Successful Collaboration with Data Scientists
A step-by-step cartoon guide to efficient, effective collaboration between Earth scientists and data scientists.
Saturn Unveiled: Ten Notable Findings from Cassini-Huygens
The soon-to-end NASA mission to Saturn changed the way we think of habitability beyond Earth, opened our eyes to dynamics in the gas giant’s atmosphere, and more.