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What's Happening News & Features
Jan 30, 2020
Remote Sensing and the Science of Sound
Does boat noise bother fish? Geospatial Analytics Ph.D. student Shannon Ricci is innovating the detection of small boats in satellite imagery to better understand the impacts of maritime traffic on underwater soundscapes.
Jan 9, 2020
2019: The Warmest Year in N.C. History
It’s official: 2019 was North Carolina’s warmest year on record. State Climatologist Kathie Dello breaks down what that means.
Dec 19, 2019
How Real Are the Star Wars Planets?
Are Star Wars planets realistic? Could they support life? Is it possible to have a planet of a single climate? NC State College of Sciences planetary scientist Paul Byrne answers questions about some of the most popular planets in the Star Wars galaxy. From Tatooine and Hoth to Naboo and Endor, check out the feasibility of…