Scientists announce eclipse projects: NASA image of solar eclipse
Leading U.S. solar scientists highlight research activities that will take place across the country during next month's rare solar eclipse.
UCAR names Michael Farrar senior vice president/chief operating officer: head shot of Farrar
In this newly created role, he will be responsible for strengthening the organization's efforts in research, education, innovation, and outreach.
A solar eclipse in 1998
NCAR scientists plan to use the total eclipse on Aug. 21 to comprehensively measure, for the first time, the infrared radiation streaming out from the Sun's corona.
ASMET team
For two decades now, the African Satellite Meteorology Education & Training Project, or ASMET, co-managed by UCAR, has helped fill the gaps by providing training to African forecasters on how to use satellite data to improve weather forecasts.
Offshore turbines
Offshore wind turbines built to current standards may not be able to withstand the powerful gusts of a Category 5 hurricane.
Undergraduate Leadership Workshop: students pose in front of research aircraft
New research shows the Undergraduate Leadership Workshop can help students find their way into an atmospheric science career.
Cheyenne supercomputer: simulation of air flow through wind turbine
Since opening in 2012, the NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center has both accelerated scientific discovery nationwide and provided a boost to its home state of Wyoming.
Image of 1966 solar eclipse from Bolivia
On Nov. 12, 1966, NCAR researchers used an innovative new camera to snap the finest picture of the solar corona ever taken up to the time.

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