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Still safely at sea, Edzani now a tropical storm
The weekend wasn't very helpful to Edzani, once a powerful Cyclone, now weakened to a tropical storm in the Southern Indian Ocean. That's because of cooler waters and increased wind shear. View News Article (2010-01-12)

Tropical Storm Oli kicking up waves in south Pacific
Tropical Storm Oli is headed between the islands of Bora Bora and Raratonga in the South Pacific, while maintaining its intensity as a tropical storm. Infrared satellite data from NASA's Aqua satellite reveals that Oli is a large storm, so those islands will experience gusty winds, some moderate to heavy rainfall, and heavy swells along their coasts. View News Article (2010-02-03)

Possible muscle disease therapeutic target found
The study of muscular system protein myostatin has been of great interest to researchers as a potential therapeutic target for people with muscular disorders.  View News Article (2012-08-07)

GOES-O Satellite Reaches Orbit and Renamed GOES-14
On June 27, 2009, the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite, GOES-O, soared into space during a spectacular launch from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. GOES-O has now been renamed and its solar array has been deployed. View News Article (2009-07-13)

NASA satellite sees Tropical Storm Fami form, fast and furious
NASA's Aqua satellite caught the thirteenth tropical cyclone in the southern Indian Ocean form very quickly. In 12 hours a low grew into a tropical storm named Fami and made a fast landfall in Madagascar around 1 a.m. ET (0600 UTC) today, February 2. View News Article (2010-02-03)

GOES-13 sees system 92L looking more like a tropical depression
GOES-13 captured a look at System 92L this morning as it continues moving through the central Caribbean, and it's looking more and more like a tropical depression. View News Article (2010-09-15)

Satellite broadband to boost rural economies
The so-called digital divide that excludes rural communities from the benefits of broadband access could be overcome by using a combination of wireless networks and satellite receivers. A new project aims to bring high-speed internet connections to rural areas of England and Scotland. The system could benefit rural economies and the market for satellite technologies. The disparity between... View News Article (2003-10-15)

UofL scientists identify critical pathway to improve muscle repair
Researchers at the University of Louisville have discovered a mechanism involved in skeletal muscle repair that may enable clinicians to boost the effectiveness of adult stem cell therapies for diseases such as muscular dystrophy. View News Article (2015-12-01)

Microwave satellite imagery shows an eye developing in Mirinae
Microwave satellite imagery has revealed that Tropical Storm Mirinae is strengthening enough to develop an eye, and that's what it's doing. Mirinae was formerly Tropical Depression 23W, but became a tropical storm and received its name. View News Article (2009-10-28)

Ignacio May Get Some Company in the Eastern Pacific
Tropical Storm Ignacio may not be alone in the Eastern Pacific Ocean for long. There are two areas of showers and thunderstorms that forecasters are watching for development, farther east and closer to land. View News Article (2009-08-27)

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