Sea monkeys make waves, fall colors are seen from space and a deadly volcanic eruption covers a temple in ash.
A new study suggests a natural climate cycle in the North Atlantic Ocean gobbled Earth's extra heat.
Currents and winds can rapidly spread debris, making finding the impact location (and black box) nearly impossible.
Atlantic Ocean currents aren't grooving like they used to.
The warmest North Atlantic Ocean water in the past 2,000 years is flowing into the Arctic, scientists report, and probably speeding the decline in northern polar ice.