Tag Archives: NASA

Ten Things You Need to Know about the Moon

“The moon is a loyal companion. It never leaves. It’s always there, watching, steadfast, knowing us in our light and dark moments, changing forever just as we do. Every day…

Meteor Alert! Delta Aquarids Shower this week

    In case some of your wishes have yet to come true, try casting them on some shooting stars this week!   Meteors, also known as “falling stars” or…

Dashing Through the Sky This December

Aside from preparing your Christmas presents and gearing up for get-togethers, another exciting thing to do this December is to watch the skies—not to wait for Santa and his reindeer,…

NASA: Astronauts for Hire

Have you ever dreamed of becoming an astronaut? This might be the time to make your celestial dreams come true. In a press statement last Wednesday, the National Aeronautics and…

LPA to dump rains over PH; “Pineapple Express” hits California

The Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) is continuously monitoring the low pressure area (LPA) within the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR). At 4:00 PM today, it was…

WEATHER-WISER: 10 Must-Know Weather Words

Meteorology covers a wide variety of terminology that we often hear, but seldom understand and remember. Check out these weather words and be in the know! 1. CLIMATE Climate is…

Cooking up a Storm: How Typhoons Get their International Names

Natural disasters, particularly typhoons, have earned special attention and mention throughout our nation’s history because of the devastation they leave behind, causing immense losses to infrastructure, agriculture and human lives….