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  • Congress Moves Closer to Choosing NHTSA Chief

    You probably haven't heard of Mark Rosekind, a former NASA member who's been on the National Transportation Safety Board since 2010. But he soon may head to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the country's top auto-safety agency. The Detroit..
  • Clouds are gone; go look for Mercury

    Okay Space Cadets ... here's your assignment for tonight. Our long nightmare of endless overcast is over, and the planet Mercury is making one of its best appearances of the year. I want you all out there after sunset tonight...

    It's official: Polar bears endangered

    Polar bear mother and her two cubs in Wapusk National Park on Hudson Bay near Churchill, Manitoba, Nov. 6, 2007. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press,Jonathan Hayward) by Frank James It's official. Polar bears are a federally designated endangered species....

    Skies improving for space station flybys

    Marylanders should have a decent and improving chance to see the International Space Station Thursday and Saturday evenings as skies begin to clear up in the wake of the latest round of May rain showers. Grab the kids, the neighbors,...

    Mars weather: Sunny and minus-22 degrees F.

    The weather station aboard the NASA Mars Phoenix lander is up and running. Here's the NASA report on today's conditions:'The weather at the Phoenix landing site on the second day following landing was sunny with moderate dust, with a high...