This year’s hurricane season has been quite intense, to say the least! Hurricane season is not even over and we've already seen some big storms that have broken records, one after the other.
The Museum just installed Richmond’s newest piece of equipment capable of making observations of the area’s weather – and it’s already broadcasting the data over the internet for us all to observe!
Richmond mayor Levar Stoney recently announced that the river city will reduce its heat trapping gas emissions a whopping 80% by the year 2050! So, let’s look at ourselves and see how we’re doing.
While the entire planet is feeling the impacts of climate change, we here in Virginia have a pretty important issue that is getting a lot of international attention for something pretty alarming.
Broadcast technology has developed quite a bit and now includes live streams happening all the time from all around the world. Scientists have recently started another live broadcast that started with a simple question: how can we see the bottom of the ocean?