April 30, 2013
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has provided scientists the first close-up of the spinning vortex of Saturn‘s north polar storm. The giant hurricane resembles a deep red rose of giant proportions surrounded by green foliage, in this false-color image. Image © NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI
February 26, 2013
The Hail Protector remote controlled automobile system, acts like a giant air bag to protect your car against hail.
February 24, 2013
A very clear photograph of Boston just two days after storm Nemo, that covered the city with 30 inches of snow. Taken by the pilot of American Airlines Boeing 777, from the cockpit at 41,000 feet. Larger image. via io9
February 1, 2013
Scientists see a monstrous thunder-and-lightning storm in Saturn, by NASA’s Cassini mission sputter out after it churns around the planet and encounters its own wake. The storm circled all the way around Saturn and fizzled when it ran into its own tail!
January 25, 2013
According to researchers, lightning may cause headaches and migraines. They found that people have 25% more chances to develop symptoms on a stormy day with lightning. Eight Lightning Bolts Striking San Francisco. Image © Phil Mcgrew
January 12, 2013
This huge dust storm 25 nautical miles from the town of Onslow off the coast of Australia, looks like something out of this world! Have a look at the other stunning picture…
December 5, 2012
This image of Super Typhoon Bopha was taken from the Space Station by Expedition 34 Commander Kevin Ford on Sunday, Dec. 2, as the storm bore down on the Philippines with winds of 135 miles per hour. Image credit: NASA
November 2, 2012
A Wave Glider little Robot survives the battle with Hurricane Sandy, streaming back realtime valuable data on the storm. A Wave Glider robot in the Pacific earlier this year. Image credit: Liquid Robotics
October 30, 2012
Here’s what Hurricane Sandy would look like if its center were over western Europe.
September 5, 2012
In the above Earth map you can see every known hurricane and tropical storm since 1851. If you worry about hurricanes and you like to know where have gone in the past, have a closer look at the chart after the jump. Image credit: John Nelson, IDV Solutions