NASA’s Hurricane Web page is a source for meteorologists or weather fanatics, with updates on humid cyclones incident anywhere around the world, satellite descriptions, the latest study, animations, educational tools, scientist profiles, satellite information and historic storm information, on all storms going away to 2005.
NASA’s Hurricane Page also has companion Face book and Twitter pages. At any time there are no tropical cyclones, the Face book and Twitter pages give information on tropical lows that may or may not have the possible to extend.
The latest in NASA’s hurricane research is featured in the bottom midpoint of the webpage. That area includes a variety of NASA in-situ tempest missions, such as the Genesis and Rapid Intensification Processes (GRIP) mission that NASA flew in the summer of 2010. There’s also a wide-ranging instruction section including session plans. Users can also meet the group of scientists after NASA’s hurricane research from oceanographers to atmospheric scientists.