Pico do Fogo is a shield volcano in the Cape Verde islands, off Africa’s west coast. After a 20-year quiet, it began erupting Sunday, causing hundreds to evacuate.
Stunning visualization, based on an ultra-high-resolution NASA computer model, showing how carbon dioxide in our air travels around the globe.
As the rest of Earth warms, debate continues on what’s causing the mid-latitude chill.
Over five feet (1.5 meters) of snow fell just south of Buffalo, New York on November 18, 2014. A second round is forecast for today.
Could we survive on Mars? The AsapSCIENCE guys address the question.
A study looks at differences in the ways that men and women’s bodies react to time spent in space.
Scientists hope a thought-controlled implant might one day help combat neurological diseases, such as chronic headaches, back pain, and epilepsy.
Rosetta spacecraft will do the equivalent of transferring an object from one speeding bullet to another, when it tries to place its Philae lander on its comet.
Watch three astronauts aboard the ISS having fun with a GoPro and a floating ball of water.
Hundreds of sky watchers in Texas reported a bright meteor or fireball Saturday night. It was said to be greenish in color and to rival the brightness of the sun!
Why do you bet on axions or WIMPs?
If you find dark matter, what are the next steps?
Will we need a whole new “Dark Standard Model”?
What’s it like searching for something you may never find?
Heard the rumor that “NASA says” Earth will experience several days of total darkness in December 2014? Not true, of course.
Scientists observe the daily heartbeat of different areas of New York City, through the lens of Twitter.
Odds are there’s intelligent life out there somewhere among the stars. Why haven’t we heard from an alien civilization? One viewpoint, in this article. What do YOU think?
Feeling tired after turning the clock back? That’s because the internal clock that controls your circadian rhythms needs time to adjust.
Remember to fall back by setting your clocks back one hour, as Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday morning.
Yes, Halloween is an astronomical holiday.
In folklore, ghost lights were strange lights seen over swamps or bogs. But we’re more sophisticated today. Aren’t we?
Despite our fascination with screams, science knows relatively little about them. The psychology of screams …
Ebola’s first documented outbreak was in 1976. But the Ebola virus family has been around for 16 to 23 million years, says new research.
Watch the NASATV live broadcast of the catastrophic launch failure. The rocket was bound for the International Space Station, loaded with supplies.