In the wake of the deaths of 16 Nepalese guides on Mount Everest in April 2014, many groups push for reform of climbing expedition practices.
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The recent volcano eruptions in Iceland have created enormous circular depressions in two of the country’s glaciers.
Scientists test a device on an Alaska glacier that could be used to explore an icy moon of Jupiter.
It’s been a banner year for iceberg sighting in Iceberg Alley, the area off northeastern Newfoundland where the Titanic struck an iceberg and went down in April, 1912.
Icelandic Meteorology Office closely monitoring Bárðarbunga, a volcano more than 2,000 meters in elevation, located beneath the country’s largest glacier. Aviation code now back down to orange.
There’s a supermoon this weekend, and many will tell you that you can’t discern its extra large size with just your eye. Daniel Fischer in Königswinter, Germany says that’s not true.
Want to try to capture a meteor on film? The first step is planning. The next step is to gather your equipment. Then on to the capture process itself.
Centenarians like world’s oldest person Misao Okawa, who is 116 on March 5, epitomize our fears about growing old, says aging researcher Avi Roy
A study suggested that oxidative stress levels in worms during early life can reveal how long the worms will live. But humans are not worms.
Answers to commonly asked questions about seeing one of nature’s wonders: the aurora borealis or northern lights.