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Here is a pick of some of the best science webcams on the net. We add new ones regularly so check back. If you have a recommendation for this page e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Tony Phillips
For most stargazers, this year's quarter Moon during the Leonid meteor shower will be a blazing nuisance...
find Youngest Pulsar Yet
Imagine the Universe
A hot, spinning, highly-magnetized infant no more than ten miles across, born in a massive star explosion about 700 years ago.
a Magnetic Bubble
Dr. Tony Phillips
Scientists are experimenting with miniature magnetospheres as an innovative form of space transportation.
in the Sky
Patrick Berry Long before the ISS was actually underway, a space station where people live and work existed in the minds of science fiction writers.
of the Future
Damon Wright The furthest we have been is the Moon. If we want to travel into deep space we'll need a new breed of spacecraft.
Great Telescope Race
Astronomers around the world are competing to build the world's most powerful telescope.
The Invisible Universe
Marshall Space Flight Center
NASA's Chandra X-ray telescope will help scientists understand the mysteries of the universe.
Sir Martin Rees,
Martin Rees discusses one of the most fascinating questions in science.
Around Other Suns
Kevin Apps looks at the discovery of planets beyond our solar system.
Lawrence Krauss considers the future of the universe and the prognosis for life within it.
SETI researcher Seth Shostak predicts how we'll react to the first phone call from ET.
The discovery of alien life is just around the corner, predicts Heather Couper.
Nigel Henbest investigates the greatest discovery machine in the history of science.
for the Universe
Sir Martin Rees,
Our whole Universe is governed by just six numbers, set at the time of the Big Bang.
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Sensors in space are revealing the inner workings of severe storms in an effort to improve forcasts of deadly weather.
Fury of Hurricanes
Hurricanes continue to wreck havoc, costing millions of dollars in damage each year.
of the Century
Hurricane Floyd was responsible for the largest peacetime evacuation in the history of the US.
Earle Williams talks to FirstScience about his work and experiences of lightning.
Age of El Nino
The answer to predicting El Nino's effects may lie in algae.
The secret behind Jupiter's turbulant atmosphere is out.
Josh Wurman talks to FirstScience about his fascination with tornadoes.
Solar Weather Technique
Piers Corbyn discusses his unique way of predicting weather.
Steve Self uncovers the ancient flood-basalt eruptions which might have contributed to the death of the dinosaurs.
Terrestrial volcanoes are dwarfed by the monsters recently discovered on other worlds.
Paul Simons reports on the strange but true wonders of weather.
Volcanologist Steve Sparks unlocks the mysteries of explosive volcanoes.
Forces Threaten Our Climate
Powerful forces beneath the ocean waves may wreak havoc on our climate, driven by global warming.
the Minds of Babies
Our understanding of how social cognition, language, and knowledge.
Denise L. Herzing
Dolphins and the Possibility of Interspecies Communication.
"Form follows function" said architect Louis Sullivan, arguing that a building's purpose should determine its design.
Fossils from Space?
Fossil hunting takes a step into the future with the use of satellite data to locate new fossil beds in the depths of the Gobi desert.
Wonder and Ancient Wisdom
Science is not just about knowledge, and not just for scientists: it's a roller-coaster ride through the ultimate in mind-boggling experiences - and best of all, it's open to everyone.
Women Prefer 'Manly' Faces?
Little & Perrett
A man's face-shape affects whether a woman wants him for a long-term partner or for a quick fling.
Turn Your Back On Science
Richard Dawkins explains why nature needs science to avoid its destruction.
Like a Whale
A modern update by Steve Jones on Darwin's 'On the Origin of Species'.
Hands with Dinosaurs
Our love affair with ancient extinct monsters is as strong as ever.
Keith Dobney investigates the origins of domestication.
You Could Eat
Kathy Sykes considers the future of biodegradable plastic
Palaeontologist Norman MacLeod investigates the murder of millions of species over Earth’s history.
New evidence suggests that life on Earth began not in shallow pools on the surface, but in the torrid depths of the planetary crust. And the planet in question might not even be the Earth...
the Dark Energy
Scientists propose to launch a satellite named SNAP on a mission to discover the nature of the dark energy.
Berkeley researchers fashion first transistors from single buckyballs.
Theory of Everything
Michio Kaku on the theory of everything.
that Changed the Universe
The contest between two of science’s greatest geniuses.
Pleasure of Finding Things Out
Richard Feynman reflects on his life from the atomic bomb to the Nobel Prize.
DOE scientists from many disciplines are collaborating to develop and apply new technologies to study the function of the human brain.
Think you must dress for success even in the bold new world of telecommuting?
Audacious Space Elevator
Scientists are seriously considering space elevators as a mass-transit system for the next century.
- Secret Hypersonic Spyplane
Does one of America's intelligence agencies have a hypersonic aircraft capable of a Mach 6 performance?
Nasa building a human-like robot...?
into the Millennium
At the dawn of a new Millennium we are on the verge of a radical evolution of how we fly. Hyper-X will lead the way.
Travel anywhere in the world in less than two hours - or even into space.
Richard Noble builds the Farnborough F1
David Bradley investigates the future of computing - in a test-tube!