Topic: Pacific Ocean
Photos of the Day Photos of the day 12/28
Tuesday marks the first day of winter, but many people in the United States and Europe have already seen a preview. Can we expect a snowy winter?
12/21/2010 03:42 pm
Magnitude 7.4 earthquake struck off the coast of a Japanese island early Wednesday morning. A tsunami warning was issued after the magnitude 7.4 earthquake.
12/21/2010 03:33 pm
Lunar eclipse: For some cities, the local weather will unfortunately not cooperate for a view of tonight's big moon show.
12/20/2010 05:42 pm
Lunar Eclipse: Unlike a total eclipse of the sun, which is only visible to those in the path of totality, eclipses of the moon can usually be observed from one's own backyard.
12/20/2010 09:51 am
Stepping out of Putin's shadow, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has made bold moves recently that tighten ties with Washington. Senate ratification of the new START treaty would give Obama a chance to complete the US-Russian 'reset.'
12/15/2010 01:53 pm
A giant snow storm wreaking havoc on the Midwest is sending blasts of frigid air plunging toward the Southeast. Sound familiar? The atmospheric dynamics are still somewhat of a mystery.
12/13/2010 03:30 pm
Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 12/10
On Sunday, three satellites meant to complete the highly touted Glonass system crashed in the Pacific after veering off course, reportedly due to a programming error.
12/06/2010 11:50 am
X-37B is an unmanned US Air Force space plane. The X-37B made a successful return on Friday after 220 days in Earth orbit.
12/03/2010 12:40 pm