NASA's RapidScat instrument saw that Post-Tropical Storm Claudette's winds were waning with the exception of those in its southwestern quadrant.
NASA's Aqua satellite saw the massive Typhoon Nangka moving out of the Marianas Islands, while NASA's RapidScat instrument pinpointed the location of its strongest winds.
RapidScat is an instrument that sits on the International Space Station and reads surface winds over the ocean. It has been invaluable to tropical cyclone forecasters, showing where the strongest winds are located in storms. ...
The RapidScat instrument perched on the International Space Station provides measurements of surface winds and saw that Typhoon Chan-Hom's strongest winds were in its northern and western quadrants as it moved through the ...
Tropical Storm Kujira tracked over Hainan Island, China and moved into the Gulf of Tonkin when NASA's Terra satellite passed overhead. The RapidScat aboard the International Space Station captured 2 views of Tropical Storm ...
Tropical Storm Carlos approached the southwestern coast of Mexico over the past weekend of June 13-14, and satellite imagery shows the storm continues to hug the coast.
When a hurricane is coming in off the Atlantic, about to make landfall, you're bound to hear talk of what category the storm is. Watch out, it's a Category 1, or batten down the hatches, it's a Category 5.
From a distance Saturn seems to exude an aura of serenity and peace.
Tropical Depression 93W formed on May 6, 2015 trailing on the heels of Typhoon Noul. Currently the storm is 155 miles south southeast of Pohnpei.
NASA's Aqua satellite passed over Tropical Cyclone Quang as it was making landfall near Learmonth, Western Australia on May 1.