Featured in July-August 2017
Peeing for astronauts, a DIY breast reconstruction, and other tales from the field
Stories from the coolest day jobs in the world.
It’s raining frogs: a brief look at the planet’s weirdest weather ever
From falling frogs to giant hailstones.
Is there a way to send excess rainfall to the desert?
You would need a very, very big boat
How a snowflake gets its shape
Do you want to build a snowflake?
Inside Salt Lake City’s dreary, dangerous smog dome
How it's fighting a perennial pollution problem.
All the gear featured in our Extreme Weather issue
A weather-proof camera. A gust-busting umbrella. Meals that cook themselves.
Buy the last umbrella you’ll ever need
Use your rainy day fund for a rainy day.
Planes can fly in a blizzard because they are tested in this indoor one first
At McKinley Climate Lab, researchers create fearsome weather to test cars and planes.
How to build a home that can resist any weather
The everything-proof house.