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NASA animation tracks the end of Tropical Storm Delta

NASA’s Terra satellite provided a visible image to forecasters of Tropical Storm Delta moving through the southeastern U.S. on Oct. 11 at 1:30 p.m. EDT. At the time of the…

As Delta makes landfall, Southwest Louisiana is still without a working radar

It’s mobile radar to the rescue, and not a moment too soon. © NWS Lake Charles The radar dome at the NWS Lake Charles sits on top of a tower…

Meteorite Lights up Sky Above Mexico As Hurricane Delta Hits and Earthquakes Strike Country

A fireball was spotted in the night sky above north-eastern Mexico on Tuesday, as Hurricane Delta made landfall in the Yucatán Peninsula and several minor earthquakes struck the country. The…

Hurricane Delta bears striking resemblance to Wilma, the Atlantic’s most intense hurricane on record

Hurricane Delta, now a major Category 4 storm, has strengthened at an incredible rate: more than 85 mph over 24 hours. It’s the fastest rate of intensification in the Caribbean…

Watch ULA Launch a Spy Satellite on a Delta IV Heavy Rocket Tonight

A Delta Heavy IV rocket launches NASA’s Parker Solar Probe from Launch Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral in August 2018.Photo: Bill Ingalls/NASA (Getty Images) A United Launch Alliance Delta IV…

You can watch a US spy satellite launch on a giant Delta IV Heavy rocket tonight. Here’s how.

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — A new U.S. spy satellite will launch into space early Saturday (Sept. 27) on the mightiest rocket built by the United Launch Alliance (ULA): the massive…

Rocket Report: Starship pops on purpose, Delta IV Heavy ready to try again

Enlarge / Firefly tests the first stage of its Alpha rocket. Welcome to Edition 3.17 of the Rocket Report! Weather and technical issues permitting, we’re looking at a busy weekend…

GM donation allows Delta College students to learn new truck technology

Victoria Ritter, [email protected] Published 2:49 pm EDT, Monday, September 14, 2020 From left, Jay Minard, assistant professor in the GM-ASEP program; Sue Roche, associate dean in the Business and Technology Division;…