What if we learned an asteroid was headed toward Earth? How much energy does it take to destroy an asteroid and break it into pieces? More than we thought, it turns out.
Last seen in 1981 and thought lost to science, Wallace’s giant bee has been rediscovered in the forests of Indonesia.
A new study finds that honey bees develop different scent profiles as they age, and guard bees respond differently to returning foragers than to younger bees who’ve never ventured out.
After thinning at alarming rates in the 1980s and 90s, the ozone layer over Antarctica is starting to recover.
Never-before-seen footage of night skies over the HAARP antenna array in remote northern Alaska.
Did you know that our planet has radiation donuts? These giant, donut-shaped clouds of radiation are called the Van Allen Belts.
The Mars Opportunity rover, built to last 90 days, has ended its mission after 15 years on the red planet.
“The animal world tells us again and again and again that love is really important.”
A glaciologist has discovered a possible 2nd impact crater buried under more than a mile of ice in northwest Greenland.
When a NASA spacecraft lifted off from Cape Canaveral on February 11, 2010, it destroyed a sundog in Earth’s atmosphere – bringing to light a new form of ice halo – and teaching those who love the sky something new.
Full supermoon at March 2019 equinox