Eleanor Imster

How volcanoes explode deep under the ocean

Explosive volcanic eruptions are possible deep down in the sea – although the water masses exert enormous pressure there. An international team reports how this can happen.

‘Astonishing discovery’ of massive prehistoric circle near Stonehenge

An ancient circle of deep trenches has been found near Stonehenge. Scientists say the newly discovery site offers insights into the lives of people who lived in the area 4,500 years ago.

Check out this sloth robot

SlothBot is a slow-moving and energy-efficient robot that can linger in the trees to monitor animals, plants, and the environment below.

Stunning images of the night

See the winners of the International Dark-Sky Association (IDA) 1st annual photography contest.

Two images of astronauts in spacesuits

Watch ISS spacewalk July 1

On Wednesday, July 1, 2020, 2 astronauts will perform the 2nd of a pair of International Space Station (ISS) spacewalks, to replace aging nickel-hydrogen batteries. How to watch.

Mountain, lake and blue sky.

Plastic rain: More than 1,000 tons of microplastic rain onto western US

New research finds that microplastics are emitted into the atmosphere.

Imanda watching the eclipse

Imanda viewed the annular eclipse of June 21, 2020, as it developed over Syokimau, Kenya.

Study reveals biggest Yellowstone supervolcano eruption

The new study also suggests that the supervolcano under Yellowstone National Park was much more explosive in its early history and could be slowing down.

Celebrate solstice sunrise at Stonehenge live online

This year, solstice celebrations at Stonehenge monument are canceled due to Covid-19. But for the 1st time, you can celebrate the 1st sunrise of summer from Stonehenge online.

Where is the largest waterfall on Earth?

The world’s largest waterfall is in the ocean, beneath the Denmark Strait.