An open letter from PopSci to President Obama about science and the future
A visualized look inside a storm. How they start, and the ways we measure how bad they get.
Here's where to watch the ISS fly over this massive storm
Microsoft's chairman is part of a joint patent filing for using fleets of vessels to stop hurricanes via geoengineering
Cassini spots a huge hurricane swirling at Saturn's north pole.
Emerging photos and videos show devastation in the Caribbean and empty shelves in Florida
The islands almost never encounter storms like this
A million straws could mellow the next Katrina
At 20 feet below sea level, new orleans is a prime target. An ambitious new levee system would decrease the risk
Both the Atlantic and Pacific areas saw a record number and intensity of storms.
In the eye of the storm
More folks than ever live in cyclone-territory, but less are dying
The storms are far from over.
With NASAâ€™s New Orleans fuel-tank factory out of commission, shuttle repairs could suffer serious delays
An unmanned Global Hawk recon drone will join a team of aircraft--all equipped with advanced weather instrumentation--to observe the 2010 storm season closer than ever before
A lot of meteorological terms will be thrown around for the next few days. We're here to define them so you can understand what's going on. Welcome to the Dictionary of Hurricane Sandy.
Winds up to 140 mph
Wind speed isn't everything.
Satellites provide a safe and accurate alternative.
With Hurricane Gustav, we're less than halfway through what scientists say will be a 17-storm season
From the PopSci archives, an audacious plot to knock out hurricanes