We have seen significant progress being made in the affected areas as a result of the coordinated efforts of local and international humanitarian actors. However, much more urgently needs to be done in remote areas where affected communities are still living in dire conditionsU.N. says aid to Myanmar still a challenge Aug 05, 2008
One of the benefits of this report is that we are beginning to lower the error bar on the health impacts of space radiation to astronauts, and are looking hard at other challenges like more accurate solar forecasting and improved space engineering techniquesSpace radiation threats addressed Oct 26, 2006
We know that this storm was large enough that it could have had potentially fatal consequences to astronauts had they been on the moon at that timeSpace radiation threats addressed Oct 26, 2006
We have been observing the Van Allen belts for over 11 years with the SAMPEX spacecraftEarth had close brush with solar storm Dec 08, 2003
Daniel Baker is the CEO of FlightAware, a real time flight tracking and status company. He originally became known in the 1990s as a principal of distributed.net, which pioneered Internet distributed computing. Baker was the head of the systems department at NeoSoft, the first Internet provider in Texas during the mid to late 1990s. He was a founder and Vice President of Superconnect, an enterprise cable/telecom monitoring software company.
Baker is a commercial pilot and lives in Houston, Texas.