The 'elusive planet' Mercury kicks off the month in the midst of its best evening apparition of 2015. But Mercury isn't the only visible planet this month.
Many photographers use high-tech gear like drones to capture images from above, but one man has a more simple method -- a kite.
When you block out the glare of the sun, usually invisible -- and beautiful -- phenomena pop into view.
The hottest and driest place in North America is an otherworldly desert off the beaten path.
A school teacher and his friend wind up in the hottest and driest place in North America -- Death Valley. Watch as they explore this Mars-like desert off the beaten path.
This week: A special Earth Day planet pics looks at the world's largest desert, a massive iceberg on the move and a deep ocean dive where you can ride along.
Cherry blossoms bloom in South Korea, Cairo is captured at night by the space station and mysterious fairy circles come into focus.
A super typhoon inspires awe from the space station, Texas dust storms pick up superbugs and we get an overview of shockingly low snow pack in California.
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