- University Of Iowa's Louis Frank Uses Mathematical Data Analysis To Show Small Comets Are Real (Science Daily 1/6)
- "Asserting that critics have been looking at the wrong data, University of Iowa space physicist Louis A. Frank has published a new paper supporting his "small comet" theory that about 20 snow comets weighing 20 to 40 tons each disintegrate in the Earth's atmosphere every minute."
- Scientists study volcanism in the Indian Ocean (CNN/ENN 1/5)
- "Geologists searching for clues to the Earth's internal dynamics are studying volcanism at the bottom of the southern Indian Ocean. They are looking specifically at the Kerguelen Plateau, a submarine plateau one-third the size of the United States, called a large igneous province."
- NASA missions to study Earth's clouds, volcanic plumes (CNN 1/4)
- "Aiming for the clouds rather than the stars, NASA has announced plans for a trio of small spacecraft missions designed to explore the Earth's atmospheric systems early in the new millennium."
- Probe heads for Mars with shovel, microphone (CNN 1/4)
- "NASA's newest spacecraft hurtled toward Mars Monday on a mission to dig for traces of water, transmit pictures and -- for the first time -- listen for sounds."
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