The bright red waterfall – dubbed Blood Falls by geologists who discovered it in 1911 – is the work of microbes trapped beneath ice for nearly 2 million years.
Elaborate nanostructures blossom from a chemical reaction perfected at Harvard.
A preliminary overview of at least 16 tornadoes that struck parts of northern and eastern Texas on May 15, 2013.
Time-lapse video of icebreaker traveling through Antarctic seas. Two months of sequences, condensed into less than five minutes. Enjoy the penguin ending …
Researchers don’t know yet whether anything has been living in the water, which has been out of contact with Earth’s atmosphere for over a billion years.
Henri Matisse said, “There are always flowers for those who want to see them.” Thank you EarthSky friends for seeing them and sharing your images with us!
Severe storms struck in north and east Texas yesterday. At least 6 dead with over a hundred injuries in the town of Granbury. Mile-wide tornado north of Vista.
In this video, ISS Commander Chris Hadfield shares his techniques of taking pictures of the Earth from space.
Higher than normal wildfire activity is expected across the U.S. West Coast, the Southwest and portions of Idaho and Montana during the summer of 2013.
The newest public health threat in Africa, scientists have found, is coming from a previously unknown source: the banded mongoose.