NASA’s mission to Jupiter left earth in August 2011. This week, the space agency fired up the spacecraft’s rockets to adjust its course to make sure the probe arrives at our solar system’s largest planet on target.
A NASA video shows four orange-and-white parachutes tethered to a weight the size of a small car, emerging from the back of a C-130 cargo plane and drifting slowly to Earth in the skies above Coolidge.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management hopes to test experimental contraceptives on the overpopulated Black Mountain burro herd near Kingman. The agency estimates 1,400 to 1,800 wild burros roam the Black Mountains in Mohave County.
The Arizona Attorney General thinks willed-body-donation programs create a public health issue that needs oversight, but a Phoenix-based company is worried that a proposed bill in the Arizona Legislature could lead to overregulation of a growing industry.
The recent rains not only flooded San Diego streets, but also caused erosion along Sunset Cliffs. The cliffs may look solid, but when it rains the runoff is soaked up in the sandy soil and the weight can cause cracks along the edge of the cliffs.