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Discoveries

NSF's public investment in science, engineering, education and technology helps to create knowledge and sustain prosperity. Read here about the Internet, microbursts, Web browsers, extrasolar planets, and more... a panoply of discoveries and innovations that began with NSF support.

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Photo of the Sun taken by the SOHO spacecraft. Scientists Listen to Song of the Sun
The sun is a very noisy place, generating an inferred multi-frequency song comparable to cathedral bells
Released  September 28, 2010
Image showing the annual mean aerosol optical depth for 2006. Pollution Speeds up Snow Melt in Europe, Asia
NSF-supported climate scientist Mark Flanner and colleagues find differences in the rates for spring warming and snow cover decline in Eurasia and North America, and are studying whether aerosols are a key factor
Released  April 30, 2010
Image from a simulated interplanetary disturbance caused by an solar magnetic eruption (SME) Taking the "Surprise" out of Surprise Solar Storms
Scientists are learning to predict giant solar storms that could, at any time, hit the Earth and produce cascading catastrophes
Released  March 18, 2010
Photo of NOAA hurricane research meteorologist Shirley Murillo Flying Into a Hurricane: A First-Hand Account
A NOAA research meteorologist shares what it's like to fly into the eye of a Category 5 hurricane
Released  March 27, 2008

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