This year’s Great Backyard Bird Count runs from February 12–15. It’s free and easy to participate. Find out how.
Posts by Deanna Conners
Depending on the temperature and humidity of the air where the snowflakes form, the resulting ice crystals will grow into a myriad of different shapes.
Cloud streets are long rows of cumulus clouds that are oriented parallel to the direction of the wind. Check out these cool images!
Wildfires burned more than 10 million acres of land in the United States in 2015, a year marked by intense drought across much of the west.
Using technology built to withstand the harsh winters, scientists have managed to map the volcanos, rifts, and basins hidden under West Antarctica’s ice sheet.
This year’s data could be really interesting because of the ongoing, wild El Nino-related weather. Learn how to participate, here.
There are more than 450 active and dormant volcanoes located within the Ring of Fire. Plus it’s prone to powerful earthquakes. Here’s why.
Scientists have captured amazing new radar images of a paleoriver network underneath the desert sands of the Sahara.
Every so often, the International Space Station (ISS) becomes visible in your night sky. Here’s how you can spot it.
A large glacier in northeastern Greenland, called Zachariae Isstrom, has been melting faster since 2012. It’s now losing mass at rate of 5 billion tons per year.