On the June solstice, the sun will set at the same time in New York City and St. Augustine, Florida. But New York will have an hour more of daylight. How’s that happen?
Cloud streets are long rows of cumulus clouds oriented parallel to the direction of the wind. Check out these cool images!
Want to brush up on your knowledge about these solar hiccups – CMEs, for short – that can ripple through our solar system and can interrupt satellites and power grids on Earth?
If there were no leap years, eventually February would be a summer month for the Northern Hemisphere. 2018 isn’t a leap year, but 2020 will be.
A recently published study confirms that native trees are most effective in hosting caterpillars, an important food for birds.
When a common year of 365 days starts on a Sunday, as it did this year, 2 Friday the 13ths are inevitable. The 1st one was in January and the 2nd in October.
For 32 years, scientists have tracked the oxygen-depleted waters that appear each summer in the Gulf of Mexico. This year’s dead zone is the biggest yet.
A total solar eclipse of August 22, 1142 may have coincided with the birth of the Iroquois Confederacy, oldest democracy in North America and possibly on Earth.
SG Collins explains why the Apollo moon landings on the moon in the late 1960s and early ’70s couldn’t have been faked.
On April 10, 2013, one of the largest non-volcanic landslides in the history of North America took place at the Bingham Canyon mine in Utah.
Moon in Winter Circle February 14 and 15