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moderate geomagnetic storm hits earth Moderate Geomagnetic Storm Hits Earth
ASTRO WATCH A G2-class (moderate) geomagnetic storm hit the Earth today due to the arrival of an isolated, positive polarity coronal hole high-speed stream (CH HSS) or potential... 5 hours
Tiny microenvironments in the ocean hold clues to global nitrogen cycle
PHYS.ORG Nitrogen is essential to marine life and cycles throughout the ocean in a delicately balanced system. Living organisms—especially marine plants called phytoplankton—require nitrogen in processes such... 9 hours
Advion launches volatile atmospheric chemical ionization source for gas phase sample analysis
NEWS MEDICAL Advion, Inc., a leading systems and consumables developer for the life sciences industry, announced today the launch of the novel volatile atmospheric chemical ionization... 21 hours
Advion introduces inert Atmospheric Solids Analysis Probe for easy sampling and fast analysis of air-sensitive compounds
NEWS MEDICAL Advion, Inc., a leading systems and consumables developer for the life sciences industry, announced today the... 21 hours
meteorite diamonds tell of a lost planet Meteorite Diamonds Tell of a Lost Planet
ASTRO WATCH Using transmission electron microscopy, EPFL scientists have examined a slice from a meteorite that contains large diamonds formed at high pressure. The... 1 day
Rapid sea level rise in the aftermath of a Neoproterozoic snowball Earth
Science Magazine Earth’s most severe climate changes occurred during global-scale snowball-Earth glaciations, which profoundly altered Earth’s atmosphere, oceans, and biosphere. Extreme rates of glacio-eustatic sea-level rise... 1 day
Rising CO2 levels might not be as good for plants as we thought
SCIENCE-NEWS A 20-year experiment spots a reversal in the way two kinds of plants take up extra carbon from the atmosphere. 1 day
Diamond-Bearing ‘Almahata Sitta’ Meteorites Came from Long-Lost Protoplanet
SCI-NEWS.COM The Almahata Sitta meteorites — diamond-bearing space rock fragments that rained down on the Nubian Desert in Sudan in 2008... 2 days
NASA planet hunter on its way to orbit
SCIENCE DAILY NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) launched on the first-of-its-kind mission to find worlds beyond our solar system, including some that could support life. Researchers will use spectroscopy to determine a planet's... 2 days
Eurasian atmospheric circulation anomalies can persist from winter to the following spring
PHYS.ORG Surface air temperature (SAT) anomalies have pronounced impacts on agriculture, socioeconomic development, and people's daily lives. For example, the record-breaking hot summer over many... 2 days
Spinach used in neutron studies could unearth secret to stronger plant growth
PHYS.ORG Plants, algae, and other organisms produce the RuBisCO enzyme to convert carbon dioxide from the atmosphere into energy-rich molecules, like glucose, that form carbohydrates... 2 days
The 'radical' ways sunlight builds bigger molecules in the atmosphere
PHYS.ORG With summer approaching, "sea and sun" might conjure up images of a beach trip. But for scientists, the interactions of the two have big implications for the climate... 3 days
The 'radical' ways sunlight builds bigger molecules in the atmosphere
SCIENCE DAILY With summer approaching, 'sea and sun' might conjure up images of a beach trip. But for scientists, the interactions of the two have big implications for the climate... 2 days
On This Day In Space! April 18, 2014: LADEE Spacecraft Crashes into the Moon
SPACE.COM On April 18, 2014, NASA's Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer, also known as LADEE, ended its mission by crashing... 3 days
First global carbon dioxide maps produced by Chinese observation satellite
PHYS.ORG An Earth observation satellite called TanSat has produced its first global carbon dioxide maps. TanSat was launched by a collaborative team of researchers in China, and these maps... 4 days
Storm hunter in position
PHYS.ORG The Atmosphere-Space Interactions Monitor, also known as the Space Storm Hunter, was installed today outside the European space laboratory Columbus. 5 days
NASA's world tour of the atmosphere reveals surprises along the way
PHYS.ORG Two thirds of Earth's surface are covered by water—and two thirds of Earth's atmosphere reside over the oceans, far from land and the traditional ways that... 1 week
storm hunter in position Storm hunter in position
ESA The Atmosphere-Space Interactions Monitor, also known as the Space Storm Hunter, was installed today outside the European space laboratory Columbus. 1 week
Once upon a time in a thunderstorm
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Thunderstorms in Earth's upper atmosphere remain something of a mystery. Scientists cannot reach them directly with instruments; they are too high for balloons and too low for weather satellites. Flying through thunderstorms or camping... 1 week
Algae-forestry, bioenergy mix could help make CO2 vanish from thin air
SCIENCE DAILY An unconventional mélange of algae, eucalyptus and bioenergy with carbon capture and storage appears to be a quirky ecological recipe. But, scientists have an idea that... 1 week
Darkest Dungeon is a satisfyingly difficult $25 gothic RPG for Xbox and PC
Windows Central My attention has been held captive for weeks by Darkest Dungeon. It's well worth a look for fans of punishing, tactical games.... 1 week
swarm turns to whistlers and storms Swarm turns to whistlers and storms
ESA The batch of new results from ESA’s Swarm mission has not only included the highest-resolution map of the magnetic field generated by Earth’s crust... 1 week
Mountain erosion may add CO2 to the atmosphere
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have long known that steep mountain ranges can draw carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the atmosphere -- as erosion exposes new rock, it also starts a chemical reaction between minerals on... 1 week
Algae-forestry, bioenergy mix could help make CO2 vanish from thin air
PHYS.ORG An unconventional mélange of algae, eucalyptus and bioenergy with carbon capture and storage appears to be a quirky ecological recipe. But, scientists from Cornell University, Duke... 1 week
Microbial oxidation of lithospheric organic carbon in rapidly eroding tropical mountain soils
Science Magazine Lithospheric organic carbon ("petrogenic"; OCpetro) is oxidized during exhumation and subsequent erosion of mountain ranges. This process is a considerable source of carbon dioxide... 1 week
Mountain erosion may add CO2 to the atmosphere
PHYS.ORG Scientists have long known that steep mountain ranges can draw carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the atmosphere—as erosion exposes new rock, it also starts a chemical reaction between minerals on hill slopes... 1 week
Researchers fly and sail to stormiest place on Earth to study cloud processes
PHYS.ORG By ship and by plane, Department of Atmospheric Science researchers ventured to the stormiest place on Earth, the Southern Ocean, to collect... 1 week
Solar Wind Lights Up Night Skies, After Bursting Through a 'Hole' in the Sun
LIVE SCIENCE A powerful gust of solar wind is crackling its way through Earth's upper atmosphere. Here's what that means for you. 1 week
Tree rings provide vital information for improved climate predictions
PHYS.ORG Due to their worldwide distribution, trees have an extraordinary role in removing excessive amounts of CO2 released into the atmosphere by human activity. So far, however, no tool exists to... 1 week
The changing chemistry of the Amazonian atmosphere
PHYS.ORG How do you measure a chemical compound that lasts for less than a second in the atmosphere? 1 week
Isoprene photo-oxidation products quantify the effect of pollution on hydroxyl radicals over Amazonia
Science Magazine Nitrogen oxides (NOx) emitted from human activities are believed to regulate the atmospheric oxidation capacity of the troposphere. However, observational evidence is... 1 week
Researchers discover how colliding oxygen molecules absorb light
PHYS.ORG Scientists at Radboud University have managed to do what had never been tried before: accurately describe how colliding oxygen molecules absorb light. Our atmosphere consists of approximately 20 percent oxygen molecules, which... 2 weeks
LADEE: NASA's Next Mission to the Moon
SPACE.COM NASA's Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE) launched in September 2013. Here is everything you need to know about it. 2 weeks
New tool helps minimize impact of solar activity
PHYS.ORG University of Saskatchewan researcher Lindsay Goodwin has developed a new way to measure the impact of solar activity on the ionosphere as indicated by northern lights and geomagnetic storms. The ionosphere is... 2 weeks
ExoMars poised to start science mission
PHYS.ORG The Trace Gas Orbiter has reached its final orbit after a year of 'aerobraking' that ended in February. This exciting operation saw the craft skimming through the very top of the upper atmosphere, using drag on... 2 weeks
exomars poised to start science mission ExoMars Poised to Start Science Mission
ASTRO WATCH The ExoMars orbiter will soon begin its search for gases that may be linked to active geological or biological activity on the Red Planet.... 2 weeks
Global sodium variation revealed by satellite optical spectroscopic observations
PHYS.ORG Aurora light emission appears at high altitudes in the range 100-300 km in the polar atmosphere. Auroras are caused by energetic particles precipitating from space near the Earth.Auroral particle precipitation... 2 weeks
cloudy venus Cloudy Venus
ESA Space Science Image of the Week: ESA's Venus Express shows our sister planet's atmosphere to be an alien and dynamic place, with unique clouds and behaviour 2 weeks
minor geomagnetic storm may hit earth on tuesday or wednesday Minor Geomagnetic Storm May Hit Earth on Tuesday or Wednesday
ASTRO WATCH A G1-class (minor) geomagnetic storm may hit our planet on April 10-11 according to National Oceanic... 2 weeks
Japan's vaunted alert system runs up against limits
PHYS.ORG On January 5, as Tokyo's commuters were struggling back to work after their long New Year break, blaring sirens from every phone pierced the sleepy atmosphere: "strong" earthquake coming. 2 weeks
physicists design a model of martian winter Physicists Design a Model of Martian Winter
ASTRO WATCH A team of researchers from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) and their German and Japanese colleagues have designed a numerical... 2 weeks
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