SBU Part of NASA Mission to Better Understand Tropical Storms
Data collected from the mission will help scientists better understand and predict the behavior of dangerous tropical storms and address a significant issue of climate change.
Geosciences PhD Candidate Receives Prestigious NASA Fellowship
Victoria Rivera Banuchi received the fellowship for her proposal, "Experimental constraints on ultraviolet-light driven iron oxidation processes on early Mars."
Journalism Grad Assists with NASA Moon Mission
When American astronauts return to the moon in 2024, Stony Brook journalism graduate Erika Peters ‘20 will have played a small but significant role in the journey.
Study Shows Mars’ Early Climate Was Intermittently Warm
Samples from the Jezero Crater, the landing site of NASA’s Mars 2020 Mission, may help to reveal evidence of Mars' climate changes during its existence and possible signs of previous life.
Professor Joel Hurowitz Celebrates Third Mars Rover Milestone
As an SBU grad student, Hurowitz was part of the Mars Exploration Rover mission in 2004. Now he is involved in the latest rover mission, Perseverance.
NASA Selects SBU Team to Collaborate on Space Research
Stony Brook University’s RISE2 team is one of eight research teams chosen by NASA to collaborate on research into the intersection of space science and human space exploration as part...Read More