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News in 2024

The Local Impact of Climate Change
06/14/2024

Mystery Hole Found on Mars Could Be Future Astronaut Home
06/14/2024

What lies beneath: Mars’ subsurface ice could be a key to sustaining future habitats on other planets
06/4/2024

Hurricane forecast points to a dangerous 2024 Atlantic season, with La Niña and a persistently warm ocean teaming up to power fierce storms
05/28/2024

Satellites and space junk burning up in the atmosphere is a new kind of pollution
05/28/2024

Are volcanic depressions on the Moon a fountain of youth?
05/17/2024

2024 NFS Graduate Research Fellowship Program announces awardees and honorable mentions
05/16/2024

Weather station networks benefit farmers, others
05/14/2024

Prof. Daniel Chavas receives AMS Outstanding Career Award
05/14/2024

Prof. Ali Bramson receives NASA award for Mars Ice Mapping
05/10/2024

Discover Purdue’s latest and greatest in space sciences
05/6/2024

How hot is too hot?
04/29/2024

2024 EAPS Awards announced
04/29/2024

NASA: 'New plan needed to return rocks from Mars'
04/16/2024

Cloudy science, clear insights: Atmospheric scientist studies clouds’ causes and effects
04/15/2024

China to hear pitches from NASA scientist, other researchers, to study Chang’e 5 lunar samples
04/11/2024

Rock Sampled by NASA's Perseverance Embodies Why Rover Came to Mars
04/10/2024

Special report: Solar eclipse path of totality
04/9/2024

Purdue University campus pauses to soak up 2024 solar eclipse, experiencing near totality
04/9/2024

Trustees approve faculty promotions
04/5/2024

Thousands of strange white rocks found on Mars. Will they ever be brought to Earth?
04/4/2024

Huber receives 2023 McCoy Award for pioneering work to assess global climate risk
03/29/2024

A 'snowball fight' may help scientists find life on Jupiter's moon Europa
03/25/2024

Jupiter’s icy moon may be the next place humans find life, but first, they need to understand the structure of the moon
03/25/2024

Purdue researchers use Rossby waves to predict heatwaves
03/18/2024

6 questions with NASA astronaut Drew Feustel, who will be at IMS for the total eclipse
03/15/2024

NASA’s Mars rover probes ancient shorelines for signs of life
03/14/2024

Burial Depths of Lava Flows on the Moon
03/11/2024

1 Month out from total solar eclipse
03/11/2024

Ingenuity Spots the Shadow of Its Damaged Rotor Blade
02/29/2024

Staff Excellence: Business Management
02/29/2024

Boilermakers given rare opportunity to send two crews on back-to-back Mars Desert Research Station missions
02/29/2024

What If There Were No Leap Years?
02/29/2024

2024 Faculty and Staff Awards
02/26/2024

Satellites are burning up in the upper atmosphere – and we still don’t know what impact this will have on the Earth’s climate
02/26/2024

The science behind leap years
02/26/2024

Odysseus completes first US moon landing in 50 years: How did it unfold?
02/26/2024

How is snow made? An atmospheric scientist describes the journey of frozen ice crystals from clouds to the ground
02/26/2024

Interview with Dr. Daniel Cziczo (International Excellence Fellow 2023)
02/26/2024

Odysseus Lunar Lander's Mission to the Moon
02/22/2024

"It's kind of scary, it sounded like thunder:" One woman shares her earthquake experience for "Earthquake Awareness Month"
02/14/2024

MastCamZ captures solar eclipse on Mars
02/13/2024

12 states in path of totality during April 8 solar eclipse
02/9/2024

Farewell to Our Flying Friend and Closing in on the Crater Rim
02/9/2024

Purdue scientists discover volcanic material on the Moon where it has never been detected before
02/7/2024

Empowering Voices in Science: A Collaborative Film Project Showcasing Female Scientists in Fieldwork
02/6/2024

This weather phenomenon on Lake Michigan stunned meteorologists Friday
01/23/2024

University collaboration receives $6 million in funding for new CI workforce project
01/19/2024

Improving our understanding of Earth's upper troposphere and lower stratosphere
01/16/2024

At the Mars Desert Research Station, Purdue crews live and work as if they are truly inhabiting the red planet
01/4/2024

NASA’s most high-risk endeavor in decades and other boundary-pushing space missions planned for 2024
01/4/2024

The Tantalizing Mystery of the Solar System’s Hidden Oceans
01/2/2024

From the Moon’s south pole to an ice-covered ocean world, several exciting space missions are slated for launch in 2024
01/2/2024

Busy year of space missions lies ahead in 2024
01/2/2024

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