An international research team has developed a new system to quantify 15 years of CO2 emissions, every hour, for the entire planet, down to the city scale.
Posts by Eleanor Imster
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station, flying at 350 kilometers (220 miles) up, are ideally placed to observe elusive polar mesospheric clouds.
Next time you see crepuscular rays extending from a sunset … turn around. Look opposite the the sun. You might catch a glimpse of elusive anticrepuscular rays.
Fire in space doesn’t act like fire here on Earth. Untethered by gravity, flames in space curl themselves into tiny balls.
In case you missed it! Photos of the 2014 Harvest Moon from EarthSky friends.
In a conservation success story, the number of California blue whales has rebounded to near historical levels after being hunted to near extinction.
Reflections of the moon and the Milky way in a pond atop Independence Pass in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains
Researchers have uncovered a 77-million year old, plant eating, super-massive Titanosaur. The huge animal weighed as much as a herd of elephants.
We love coffee! Coffee is the second most-traded commodity on Earth, after oil. How does the world’s favorite drug actually work?
Beautiful shot of M31 – closest large spiral galaxy to our Milky Way – by our friend Tom Wildoner.