"Big Bird" gives us a beak's-eye view of Lake Tanganyika after relearning how to fly. Continue reading →
A shocking war manual describes putting timed explosives onto birds and cats in order to 'set fire to a castle or city which you can't get at otherwise.' Continue reading →
Hubble has observed some weird things since it was launched in 1990, but this is probably one of the strangest. Continue reading →
Out of the thousands of craters scarring the face of Mars, one has emerged as the likely source of most of the Martian meteorites that have been recovered on Earth.
As winter descends on Mars' southern hemisphere, forming tell-tail frost in the lengthening shadows, the opposite is true in the northern hemisphere -- spring has sprung and the northernmost dunes are beginning to thaw.
In the United States, Europe and China, global warming is leading to more frequent heavy rainfall. Continue reading →
Rushing rivers are helping melt Arctic sea ice, according to new research by NASA scientists. Continue reading →
It happens 20 times a year, but the mere mention of an asteroid flying past Earth is enough to whip the tabloid press into a frenzy. Continue reading →
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