How is climate change connected to sea level rise? One-minute video explains.
Our efficient killing technologies have given rise to the human super predator. Our impacts are as extreme as our behavior, says study.
If so, where are we likely to find it? Could we ever get to it? Would we be able to drink it? A planetary geoscientist explains.
Researchers say these high-energy neutrinos come from sources beyond our Milky Way galaxy. They say the ability to discover them heralds a new form of astronomy.
Last month’s average global temperature was the all-time highest monthly temperature since record-keeping began in 1880.
Seeing animals in clouds, or a face in the moon, are examples of pareidolia. Look here for photos and to test your own ability to see things that aren’t there.
Wildfire outbreaks have charred nearly 7 million acres this summer. Satellite view of several fires burning in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
Every so often, the International Space Station (ISS) becomes visible in your night sky. Here’s how you can spot it.
Will Mars and the moon will appear the same size at some point in 2015? Gosh, no. What’s really amazing is the staying power of this 12-year-old hoax.
The closest full supermoon will be in September, 2015. The next supermoon is a full moon, coming on August 29, 2015!
August has two birthstones, peridot and sardonyx.
Drought and more drought in California, whose accumulated rain debt now equals an average year’s precipitation, according to a new study.
Popular astronomy website and nation’s largest federation of astronomy clubs have joined forces to bring the night sky’s wonder, beauty, and mystery to the public.
The newest video from AsapSCIENCE is for dog lovers. That is, for everyone!
A new report published in The Lancet finds that “tackling climate change could be the greatest global health opportunity of the 21st century.”
On July 31, the moon becomes full for the second time this month. Modern folklore says the second full moon is a Blue Moon. New video from NASA.
A Boston University biology professor says the movie is “a turning point for ants in cinema,” although he has a few quibbles with the science.
For anyone who’s been stirred out of bed in the middle of the night by a clap of thunder: Here’s info about those intense storms that happen after the sun sets.
White shark populations are growing. Here’s why that’s good news.
Predicting flooding is notoriously difficult, but predictions are improving. Timely video in light of James Hansen’s prediction this week of catastrophic flooding in New York and other coastal cities before the end of this century.