NASA scientists were in the right place at the right time this summer to capture photos of a fresh landslide, caused by an Alaska earthquake.
Major Hurricane Odile struck the Baja Peninsula and left extensive damage and flooding across the area. Photos of the damage and firsthand reports, here.
Spinosaurus was the largest known predatory dinosaur to roam the Earth. Scientists now say that it was also the first truly semiaquatic dinosaur.
The most recent rise in carbon dioxide is the largest annual change seen for this gas since 1984.
The startling results of a new survey include 17 previously unknown monuments and dozens of burial mounds surrounding Stonehenge.
Cloud streets are long rows of cumulus clouds that are oriented parallel to the direction of the wind. Check out these cool images!
Evolutionary biology can explain skunks’ striking appearance, but only chemistry can get rid of the smell.
The recent volcano eruptions in Iceland have created enormous circular depressions in two of the country’s glaciers.
In case you missed it! Photos of the 2014 Harvest Moon from EarthSky friends.
The Montreal Protocol put the brakes on ozone-depleting chemicals 30 years ago. But one compound is still abundant in Earth’s atmosphere. Where’s it coming from?