NASA's spacecraft will be monitoring carbon dioxide levels in Earth's atmosphere from space.
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It had its share of problems, but Apple Maps is back with a vengeance. Powered by some jaw-dropping 3D graphics and enjoying an aggressive multi-platform strategy, Apple is finally set to redefine our geospatial expectations – and take Google down a few notches.
This is one data set that a federal agency is keen to make public.
Global Earth scientists remain a challenge - but with the opening of a new data access facility, NASA hopes to launch the next chapter of discovery.
It's 600 light years away, twice the size of Earth and has the unassuming name of Kepler-22b. But Nasa says that the planet is the first we've found, apart from our own, that could have liquid water on its surface — in other words, it orbits its star in a habitable zone.
Although the iPhone 4S wasn't the earth-shattering announcement we were hoping for, somehow the iPod still got lost in the shuffle.
NASA predicts that the debris is due to fall back to Earth sometime between Sept. 23 and 25th.
NASA scientists for the first time can track the effects of a solar storm on Earth, offering new advancements in our ability to predict space weather and how it will impact our electronics.
The biggest threat to Earth? Something hitting it, said Ed Lu, a former NASA astronaut and chairman of the B612 Foundation.
ZDNet UK presents a round-up of the best mobile apps around. This week: organise your calendar, collaborate in meetings remotely, and explore the outer reaches of Nasa's database
Atlantis's mission to the International Space Station is the final flight in the 30-year-old space shuttle programme, which has pushed technology to its limits
Earth Day Special Feature 2011: "Big Bud" is a trailer that allows owners to control agricultural processes remotely from their iPhone.
This is actually some of the real science that's been fueling the global warming and client change debates.
Remember that cool WiFi hotspot feature that was revealed at the Verizon iPhone 4 event? Remember how we all salivated? Well, it's time for our dreams to come crashing back down to earth as we get a look at the pricing.
At the polar ice caps, NASA scientists are studying global warming from the air. We talk with Steve Hipskind, chief of the agency's Earth Sciences division, to learn more.
Photos of the month - August 2010
Network down? It's the Sun what done it...
Photos of the month - April 2010
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has published the terms all iPhone OS app developers must agree to, calling some terms 'troubling'