A thin layer of bright green slime at the bottom of an Antarctic lake is giving scientists a glimpse at life on Earth 2.4 billion years ago.
One unexpected and morbid consequence of rising global climate and melting ice is the re-emergence of dead bodies.
Saturn’s faint outermost ring cuts a massive swath as it circles around its home planet, spanning an area of sky nearly 7,000 times larger than Saturn itself.
Mount Everest and the surrounding peaks could lose nearly all their glaciers by 2100. Continue reading →
El Nino will likely keep hurricane activity tamped down this season, which marks 10 years since Katrina. Continue reading →
Newly released pictures, taken when Dawn was about 4,500 miles from Ceres, confirm that the bright areas are patches of sunlight bouncing off ...something.
Aerial photographs of Greenland's Ryder Glacier are pretty strange. Continue reading →
The Plains are getting pounded by tornadoes but they're not the only threat from the sky. How does baseball-sized hail form? Continue reading →
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