There are fire warnings in western U.S. states.
The remains have been placed inside one of 24 satellites set to be launched by the rocket later this evening.
This is only the second time in history that a giant squid has been filmed in its natural deep sea habitat.
Scientists estimate that the dead zone could grow to around 7,829 square miles—or about the same size as the state of Massachusetts.
Additional storm warnings for Missouri include large hail and strong wind gusts.
The Space Weather Prediction Center says the "moderate" storm will arrive on May 16.
A sunspot region produced a series of coronal mass ejections starting on May 10.
Sightings of the gentle giants are extremely rare.
The sun has belched out charged particles, which can create vibrant color that dances across the night sky, in colors ranging from icy blues to vibrant magentas and neon-glow greens.
It is moving so fast scientists have had to update the World Magnetic Model ahead of schedule.
The U.S. Coast Guard warned against getting in the water with an entangled whale, and said the video sets "a very dangerous example."
Thermal anomalies are areas of the Earth which satellites flag as "unusually warm."
Florida Governor Rick Scott warned it could be the most destructive storm in years.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has issued a geomagnetic storm watch for September 11.
The three-year-old female has been in poor condition for months now.
STEVE appears as a single slim ribbon of glowing purple and white light extending for hundreds or thousands of miles
Hurricane Bud is expected to bring 3 to 6 inches of rain to southwestern Mexico, with isolated amounts of 10 inches.
GOES-17 is an advanced new satellite designed to collect data on Earth's weather, climate and environment by taking images at different wavelengths.
April in the United States may have been colder than usual, but that doesn't mean the climate isn't still warming.
If their status changes, protections for the leatherbacks could be reduced.
A deputy has been filling in as director since Rick Knabb left in May.
Hurricane prediction science is improving, but at a frustratingly slow pace.