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NEWS RELEASES: 2007 ARCHIVE
- 11.16.07 - Local Sources Major Cause of U.S. Near-Ground Aerosol Pollution
- Most of the pollution found here in the U.S. is from local sources, and only a small portion is brought here from other countries.
- 11.05.07 - NASA Science, Engineering Featured at Supercomputing Conference
- NASA will showcase some of its most inspiring science and engineering achievements at SC07, the International Conference for High-Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis, in Reno, Nov. 10–16, 2007.
- 08.30.07 - NASA Study Predicts More Severe Storms With Global Warming
- The Goddard Institute for Space Studies' new climate model indicates that the most violent severe storms and tornadoes may become more common as Earth's climate warms.
- 07.17.07 - NASA Awards Contract for Supercomputing Support Services
- NASA has selected Computer Sciences Corporation to provide supercomputing support services to the NASA Advanced Supercomputing Facility.
- 06.06.07 - NASA Selects IBM for Next-Generation Supercomputer Applications
- NASA has selected an IBM System p575+ supercomputer for evaluating next-generation technology to meet the agency's future supercomputing requirements.
- 05.30.07 - Research Finds That Earth's Climate is Approaching 'Dangerous' Point
- Researchers find that human-made greenhouse gases have brought the Earth's climate close to potentially dangerous consequences for the planet.
- 04.18.07 - Ethanol Vehicles Pose Significant Risk to Health, New Study Finds
- Simulations show that deaths and hospitalizations likely would increase if every U.S. vehicle used fuel primarily made from ethanol.
- 03.15.07 - Global 'Sunscreen' Has Likely Thinned, Report NASA Scientists
- A new study finds that an important counter-balance to warming by greenhouse gases appears to have lost ground.
- 03.02.07 - NASA Awards Supercomputing Time for Advanced Research
- NASA has awarded 4.75 million hours of supercomputing time to help leading U.S. researchers solve challenging research problems.
- 02.12.07 - Warmer Future Could Bring Droughts
- Through simulations, Goddard Institute for Space Studies scientists may have discovered how a future warmer climate could increase droughts in certain parts of the world.
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