Monster Nile crocodiles might be Florida’s newest invasive species.
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A study suggests that 2 large meteorites hit Mars billions of years ago and triggered mega-tsunamis in Martian water oceans.
New evidence from Australia of an enormous asteroid that struck Earth 3.4 billion years ago, triggering earthquakes and tsunamis and causing cliffs to crumble.
They’re called Kelvin Helmholzt clouds, aka billow clouds or shear-gravity clouds, and they look like breaking ocean waves.
May is the peak month for twisters here in the U.S.
Tom Wildoner captured this view on May 12 in Maine’s Acadia National Park. See bright Mars on the right.
First global topographic map of Mercury shows the whole surface of our solar system’s innermost planet. MESSENGER mission scientists used 100,000 images to create it.
If it weren’t for satellites, the eruption on Bristol island might have gone unnoticed. Instead, here are pics.
The announcement more than doubles Kepler’s confirmed exoplanets and suggests that, somewhere out there, we’ll discover another Earth.
The SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft, carrying valuable science research, will depart from the International Space Station (ISS) and return to Earth. Watch it live.