Science behind the formation of auroras

These stunning lights dazzle the upper Northern Hemisphere and the lower Southern Hemisphere near the poles. They’re called auroras and they form from interactions between Earth’s magnetic field and solar storms from the Sun. Share This:

Celebrating 60 years of space exploration

We continue to learn more about the final frontier, but we wouldn’t have reached this point without the accomplishment of America’s very first satellite launched, the Explorer 1, on Jan. 31, 1958. It paved the way to the creation of NASA and many more milestones to come. Share This:

What it takes to be a storm chaser

Do you want to be a storm chaser? Do think the thrill and the adrenaline of chasing a powerful storm is for you? Storm chaser Reed Timmer has some advice for people who are interested in entering this profession. Share This: