United Arab Emirates’ Hope spacecraft has begun producing images of Mars’s surface, including a view of Olympus Mons, highest volcano in the solar system.
See before and after satellite images of one coastal city from the March 11, 2011, Japanese tsunami. How it looked before, and how it looks today.
A satellite image shows an enormous plume of sand and dust that blanketed northern China on March 15, 2021.
A strong tropical depression picking up moisture from the warm ocean caused widespread flooding in the Hawaiian islands.
Clever camerawork allowed scientists to view an elusive cloud that streams away from Mars’ volcano Arsia Mons and determine how it’s formed.
On March 3, 2021, the red planet Mars and Pleiades star cluster in Taurus will appear close together on the sky’s dome. The two won’t get this close again until 2038! See photos of the big event.
Cloud streets are a manifestation of Earth’s atmosphere in motion. They’re normally seen by satellites looking down on Earth, but sometimes they can be seen from the ground as well. See cool images here!
The Mars rover images a plume of debris from the impact of the descent stage that helped the spacecraft land safely on the red planet.
The Parker Solar Probe turned its camera on Venus as the spacecraft flew by during a gravity assist.
Yves Adams took this photo of a rare yellow penguin on South Georgia Island in December 2019. It went viral this month. “It seems we are in desperate need for some mellow yellow news!” Adams said.
In mid-April, look west after sunset for Mars and the moon