Researchers have discovered tiny, never-before-seen carbon crystals in meteorite dust left over from the explosion of the Chelyabinsk meteor in 2013.
The Supreme Court ruled that the EPA can't impose nationwide greenhouse gas emissions reduction policies without express approval from Congress.
Like some other metals, copper oxidizes when left out in the elements, but the coloring process is complicated.
More than 70% of our little blue planet is covered by water, but we can only drink a tiny fraction of it. Why can't we drink saltwater when it is all around us?
There are a myriad of answers to the question, "why are manhole covers round?" But most of them have to do with functionality and economy.
A sprawling new sonar map of Antarctica's Southern Ocean includes the ocean's new deepest point, the 'Factorian Deep,' for the first time.
Researchers in Antarctica have discovered a hidden ecosystem more than 1,600 feet below the ice, which is filled with shrimplike creatures.
Using a new computer model to determine the age of the tree, it was found that the Gran Abuelo could be roughly 5,400 years old.
The Red Sea takes its name from periodic blooms of a blue-green algae called Trichodesmium erythraeum, which turn the normally vivid blue waters a reddish-brown.
This guide to the Atlantic hurricane season of 2022, includes predictions, tropical storm science, naming conventions and storm safety tips.
The Siberian tundra will shrink even with ambitious greenhouse gas reductions. Without them, it could disappear altogether.
Millions of tons of a type of extremely reactive chemical can form in the atmosphere each year, with implications for health and the global climate.
Researchers have discovered that 4,500-year-old seagrass meadows in Shark Bay, Western Australia, are actually the world's largest clone.