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  • NOAA predicts slow Atlantic hurricane season

    The Atlantic hurricane season officially kicks off Sunday, and federal forecasters say odds are we'll be seeing fewer hurricanes than normal. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration expects an El Nino to develop this summer, a weather...
  • SpaceX shows off capsule for ferrying astronauts to space station

    SpaceX shows off capsule for ferrying astronauts to space station
    SpaceX offered a glimpse of its next step toward delivering NASA astronauts to the International Space Station — a futuristic-looking capsule that nevertheless evoked the image of the Apollo spacecraft a generation ago. At the company's...
  • Giant volcano with glacier on Mars may have been a nice place for life

    Giant volcano with glacier on Mars may have been a nice place for life
    If life existed on Mars in the recent past, the best spot for it could have been on a giant volcano once encrusted with a glacier, according to a team of Brown University scientists using data from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Microbial...
  • Halle Berry Launches 'Extant' at California Science Center Premiere

    The Space Shuttle Endeavor served as the perfect backdrop for the Monday premiere of the CBS sci-fi drama "Extant" as guests including series star Halle Berry flocked to the California Science Center for a screening of the pilot episode. "Extant,"...
  • Teens launch balloons to edge of space, and so the adventure begins

    Teens launch balloons to edge of space, and so the adventure begins
    High in the Eastern Sierra, a pack of huskies is howling in the shadow of snow-covered peaks. Drawn by their song, 10 teenage members of the Earth to Sky Calculus club break from their work and gather on a cabin deck. Before long, they're howling too....
  • Obama pitches innovation to new businesses in Pittsburgh appearance

    PITTSBURGH President Barack Obama came to Pittsburgh Tuesday to promote innovation in manufacturing. He also called for some innovation in Washington's approach to governing, but he seemed a lot more optimistic about the former than the latter. On a stop...
  • Ricky Grigg, oceanographer and top-ranked big-wave surfer, dies at 77

    Ricky Grigg, oceanographer and top-ranked big-wave surfer, dies at 77
    It was just after a January storm in 1953, and the waves were epic. With other adrenaline-addled young surfers, 16-year-old Ricky Grigg caravaned up the coast from Santa Monica to Rincon, just beyond Ventura. Racing with his board into the roar of...
  • Lori Borgman: Little space cadet is too well-grounded

    One year when I was in elementary school, I was chosen to go to a summer space camp. It was a special privilege, the sort of special privilege that I found terrifying. Surely there had been an astronomical mistake. I kept waiting for someone to correct...
  • Enfield's Asnuntuck Community College Hosting 'Mad Science Awesome Activity Weeks'

    Asnuntuck Community College will host four weeks of interactive summer activities for children called "Mad Science Awesome Activity Weeks." All programs will run from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day. Children will participate in both indoor and...
  • Review: Black List Screenplay Gets a Live Read With Clark Gregg, Kathryn Hahn

    If ever there was an organization perfectly suited to piggyback on the current vogue for live public table-reads of screenplays, it would be the Black List, whose annual compilations of the most popular unproduced scripts have saved many a scribe from...
  • Air Force museum starts with Wright stuff

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio Turns out, I have a few things in common with Wilbur and Orville Wright. I grew up near Dayton, Ohio. I've been very involved in bicycling and newspapering. I even, like Wilbur, was smacked in the face by a...