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Earth has a new magnetic north. Updating its location was crucial for military and civilian navigation systems.
The US government shutdown is preventing scientists from improving forecasts for severe weather and navigational models
The US government shutdown hasn't impacted your weather forecast, NOAA officials say. But it might hurt experts' ability to improve storm forecasting.
Smoke from California’s wildfires is drifting across the US to New York — and it’s making pretty sunsets
Smoke from the California wildfires is billowing high into the atmosphere and drifting across America. Some particles have reached the East Coast.
A woman spotted her relatives’ call for ‘HELP’ in photos NOAA took of Hurricane Michael’s aftermath, and the program could rev...
"I'm happy that there was a happy ending to this," Mike Aslaksen, remote sensing division chief of the NOAA's National Geodetic Survey, told Business Insider on Tuesday.
A Florida woman sent rescuers to save her family when she saw the word ‘HELP’ written on the lawn in aerial images after Hurricane Michael...
Amber Gee looked up her grandmother's property in Youngstown, Florida in an aerial photo of Hurricane Michael's destruction and spotted her relatives' call for help on the lawn.
Scientists discovered 85 miles of deep-sea coral reef hidden off the US East Coast — here’s what it looks like
Scientists on a recent expedition discovered a previously unseen coral reef hidden off the US East Coast. Earlier research pointed to the existence of the reef, but it had never been seen firsthand.
Hurricane Florence and two other hurricanes are swirling in the Atlantic — here’s what they look like from space
Hurricane Florence is bringing 105 mph winds and a risk of severe flooding to the coasts of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. There are two more hurricanes behind Florence: Isaac and Helene.
Researchers just found a WWII shipwreck that was lost for over 75 years off the coast of an Alaskan island
On August 18, 1943, the USS Abner Read was rocked by a severe explosion. The ship's stern section sank, taking the lives of 71 sailors with it. It was thought to be lost forever — until now.
Employees at a National Weather Service office in Maryland were startled when a random message suddenly blared over the intercom in Chinese
The voice of a woman speaking Chinese blared unexpectedly over the intercom system at a National Weather Service office in Maryland on Wednesday. A similar message reached phones at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Officials are trying to figure out what happened.
Scientists spent three weeks exploring the Gulf of Mexico’s uncharted ocean habitats — and the images they captured are fascinating
Scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration conducted an expedition to explore uncharted waters in the deepest parts of the Gulf of Mexico — and the images they're bringing back are astonishing.