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  • "DWTS:" Misty May-Treanor is Joining!

     
    (Holly Stein photo) Do we need to mine deeply to figure out what the HUGE news from this ayem's "GMA" announcement is? Misty May-Treanor is gonna be a "DWTS" contestant. Plus a little more news outta this announcement, and......
  • Gustav will be "large, powerful" hurricane

     
    Tropical Storm Gustav is expected to grow and intensify rapidly today as it pulls away from the island of Jamaica and heads for the Gulf of Mexico. Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center say they're not sure yet precisely where......
  • A turn to the north for Hanna

     
    Tropical Storm Hanna seems to have pounded Haiti and its unfortunate people long enough. Forecasters say the storm finally seems to have made her long-predicted turn to the north. Maybe. Top sustained winds remain at about 60 mph, but the old......
  • Hurricane Ike: Feds outline preparations

     
    by Frank James The Feds have issued a press release outlining the preparations they've made for Hurricane Ike. The release has some useful information. For instance, there are more than 1,000 high-water vehicles at the ready to conduct search-and-rescue.....
  • "Cool" animation shows arctic ice loss

     
    The northern summer of 2007 saw more open water around the North Pole than ever before. The record loss of sea ice is a worry not just to polar bears and seals, but also to those concerned about global warming.......
  • Where have all the sunspots gone?

     
    Solar scientists are marveling at how quiet the surface of the sun has been this year - 200 days (through 9/27) with no sunspots visible. They're saying it's the quietest year on the sun since the Space Age began. The quietest......
  • Small asteroid likely to strike Earth tonight

     
    This just in from Spaceweather.com:'A small, newly-discovered asteroid named 2008 TC3 is approaching Earth and chances are good that it will hit. Steve Chesley of JPL [NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory] estimates that atmospheric entry will occur on Oct...
  • Bailout czar identified

     
    by Frank James Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson Jr., whose bald pate has become a fixture on our TV screens in recent weeks, has tapped his similarly bald protege Neel Kashkari as bailout czar. Kashkari, like Paulson, is a former Goldman......
  • California wildfires from space

     
    NASA's Aqua Earth-observing satellite yesterday afternoon snapped this spectacular image of smoke from the California wildfires as Santa Ana winds blew it out over the Pacific. Here's how it looked from the ground.......
  • Amazing video of spacecraft re-entry

     
    NASA has posted some spectacular footage of the re-entry of the 13-ton ATV-1 'Jules Verne' spacecraft on Sept. 29. The images were shot from one of two aircraft that carried scientists hoping to witness the re-entry over the South Pacific Ocean. Here........
  • NE autumn, imaged from space

     
    There is a spectacular image of the Northeastern United States on NASA's Earth Observatory Website. It stretches from Nova Scotia to Buffalo, and south to Virginia Beach, all bathed on sunshine under clear skies. You can see autumn colors spilling down......