Latest Aqua Stories

2011-01-10 14:25:00

FORT MYERS, Fla., Jan. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Aqua Beachwear today announced the debut of Smart Sizing®, an easy-to-use online tool designed to help women find swim suits that fit their body style and at the same time appeal to their sense of personal style.

2010-12-03 07:00:00

SAN DIEGO, December 3, 2010 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Umami Sustainable Seafood Inc.

2010-11-17 00:01:06

Aqua Connect Enables HIPPA compliant Remote Access for SpringCharts® EHR. Austin, TX (PRWEB) November 16, 2010 Aqua Connect Inc., the provider of the only enterprise grade Mac terminal server, and Spring Medical Systems, Inc., a leading provider of software solutions for small- and medium-sized medical practices, today announced a partnership to provide secure remote access for SpringCharts® EHR Mac customers. Aqua Connect and Spring Medical have created a joint solution that...

2010-11-09 11:22:58

Infrared and visible imagery from NASA's Aqua satellite today hinted that the low pressure area formerly known as Cyclone Jal may have new life soon.

2010-10-27 11:55:00

Mention the "A-Train" and most people probably think of the jazz legend Billy Strayhorn or perhaps New York City subway trains — not climate change.

2010-10-20 13:41:55

Three NASA satellites are keeping tabs on Typhoon Megi and noticed that it was strengthening in the South China Sea today, but increasing wind shear may again weaken the system over the next couple of days.

2010-10-08 18:00:00

At 11 am EDT on Oct 8, Otto strengthened into a hurricane, becoming the eighth hurricane of the Atlantic Ocean season.

2010-10-07 18:00:00

NASA satellites have collected data as the Atlantic Ocean's Tropical Depression 17 has undergone two changes in less than 24 hours.

2010-10-06 13:14:32

Using data from several research satellites, scientists will spend the next three years trying to understand the climate impacts of about 770 million tons of dust carried into the atmosphere every year from the Sahara Desert.

2010-09-23 14:57:37

NASA's Aqua satellite has peered into the cloud tops of Tropical Storm Malakas and derived just how cold they really are, giving an indication to forecasters of the strength of the storm.