Scientists have found four new gases that harm Earth’s ozone layer, despite bans.
Watch baby eaglet B3 and his wild bald eagles all day, all night, thanks to the eagle nest cam from Georgia’s Berry College.
On March 5, NOAA reported that ice cover over North America’s Great Lakes had reached 91 percent. The lakes have not been so covered with ice since 1973.
The chain fountain looks like a magic trick. But it’s really a problem in the physics of everyday things.
Shark-cams, sensors, electronic pills reveal sharks’ secrets.
One moment you’re strolling across the golf course. The next moment your body is wracked with the searing pain of 50,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
NASA routinely studies lightning space to aid in weather forecasting. A new instrument is being planning for a 2016 launch.
Watch online as asteroid 2014 DX110 sweep closer than the moon on Wednesday, March 5.
Satellite video captures the awesome power of the winter storms that hit the eastern U.S. on the first days of March.
Statue of Liberty, Independence Hall, Tower of London and Sydney Opera House are among sites that could be lost to rising seas if current global warming trend continues.
At the Wolong Nature Reserve for endangered pandas, horses belonging to farmers were found grazing on bamboo, the pandas’ only food source.
A NASA-funded sounding rocket launched straight into an aurora over Venetie, Alaska, on March 3, 2014.
Thousands of dolphins stampeding off Dana Point, California, three whales migrating near San Clemente, plus a newborn Humpback whale calf snuggling with its mom.
A flurry of studies suggests that this lost world could have been an ice age haven, dotted with game and wildflowers, for both animals and humans.
Help scientists create a global map of night sky brightness with the Dark Sky Meter app on your smartphone.
The Arctic is home to a growing number of whales and ships, and to populations of sub-Arctic whales that are expanding their territory into newly ice-free Arctic waters.
Large amounts of snow to cities including Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, D.C. area on March 2 and 3, according to NOAA’s National Weather Service.
March has two birthstones – the aquamarine and the bloodstone.
Do yourself a favor and watch this video on how wolves change rivers. It will make you happy.
Not just California. While meteorological spring begins on March 1, a large portion of the United States will still be under old man winter’s wrath.