A giant black hole ripped apart a nearby star and then continued to feed off its remains for close to a decade, according to research led by UNH. This black hole meal is more than 10 times longer than any other previous episode of a star’s death.
"We have witnessed a star’s spectacular and prolonged demise,” says Dacheng Lin, a research scientist at the Space Science Center in UNH’s Institute...
Some of the weather instruments aboard the new National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) weather satellite that was launched on November 19 were developed by researchers at the UNH’s Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space (EOS).
The Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R (GOES-R) will provide National Weather Service forecasters the meteorological...
NASA is seeking panelists and external reviewers for two solicitations: ROSES 2016 A.46 Earth Science Applications: Ecological Forecasting and ROSES 2016 A.47 Citizen Science for Earth Systems Program
Peer review is critical to the NASA funding process and serving as a panelist or an external reviewer is an opportunity to gain insights into and affect NASA programs.
U.S. and international...
NASA's Science Mission Directorate is seeking subject matter experts to serve as mail-in and/or panel meeting reviewers of proposals to ROSES and other solicitations.
Just follow the links below to the volunteer review forms and click the boxes to indicate the topics in which you consider yourself to be a subject matter. If your skills match the needs for this review, NASA will contact you to...
Even after the budget-sequestration vote of 2013 put a cap on government agencies’ spending, the Department of Defense was determined to maintain its support for basic research. Now that Congress has temporarily lifted the caps, the department is eager to expand research partnerships at American universities.
By Paul Basken April 20, 2016