Last week, we wrote a teaser on what would happen in the sea during the eclipse. But now the results are in and YES! CALAMITY…View More What actually happened in the sea during the solar eclipse!
“Can you “Here am I floating ’round my tin can Far above the moon Planet Earth is blue And there’s nothing I can do” -Space…View More Can you hear me, Major Tom?
I imagine somewhere there is a cold-war era control room in a deep bunker where an alarm bell starts ringing every time a giant ocean wave…View More Big wave story is big
On the first day of Christmas NASA Earth Science gave to me: advance warning of Hurricane Activity. On the second day of Christmas NASA…View More The Twelve Days of Christmas – NASA Earth Science Edition
What did you do this weekend? Well if you were NASA, you successfully launched NOAA’s brand-spanking new weather satellite GOES-R. Packed with six instruments, this geostationary…View More Wherever it GOES, I GOES, we GOES. NOAA and NASA launch another satellite acronym into space.
El Niño has been playing with my heart for a whole year now*. It’s coming. It’s not coming. It’s gonna be huge. It’s not coming…View More Are the ocean and atmosphere finally cooperating and is El Niño really here? Probably.
Few things give me greater joy than a model. No not those waifs that strut the fashion runways but mathematical models. Sure my pulse…View More The predictions of this model kills my love of models.
I’ve been absolutely fascinated by 2 things recently: amazing images of typhoons and animated gifs. In regards to the former, check out this amazing 3D movie…View More Tracking the cold wake of a super typhoon
Recently we at Deep-Sea News have tried to combat misinformation about the presence of high levels of Fukushima radiation and its impact on marine organisms…View More Is the sea floor littered with dead animals due to radiation? No.
As I was writing this, initial damage reports from the Philippines were still coming in. It looks like the damage from the storm is really bad, many…View More Is Super Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda one for the record books?