Many people dream of being an astronaut. Learn about one student’s experience being an analog astronaut and the research he conducted on space human factors.
For military families who live in coastal areas subject to hurricanes, preparation before hurricane season is extremely important.
April 22 is not only Earth Day and part of National Park Week, but it also kicks off International Dark Sky Week.
Are there habitable planets or moons that could sustain human life? Learn about the challenges of colonizing Mars, Venus or other celestial bodies.
Is there renewed public interest in manned space exploration? Learn from an astrobiologist about scientific modeling work aimed at better understanding the climate and habitability of Mars, Venus and other planets.
An accurate forecast can save lives and property. Climate changes – especially the type of changes that cause major weather events – are a concern.
In August 2021, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit Haiti causing massive and widespread destruction. Hear from AMU’s Dr. Chris Reynolds who responded to the 2010 earthquake about the challenges Haiti faces.
The quake in Haiti has blocked roads and wrecked infrastructure, making it difficult for vital supplies to get to where they are most needed.