Today's winter solstice will boast the year's fewest hours of daylight for the Northern Hemisphere. Here's why.
A geomagnetic event around 41,000 years ago sent the aurora wandering for centuries, as far south as the equator.
Reference A collection of 12 of the best satellite photos to come out of the Landsat program.
Recent satellite images captured by Landsat 8 show a rare windswept sea ice formation over water in Antarctica.
Continental drift was Alfred Wegener's theory proposing continents move position on the Earth's surface.
Thwaites Glacier is roughly the size of Florida, and holds enough ice to raise sea levels over two feet. New research shows that the collapse of its ice shelf may be just a few years away.
NASA is tracking two explorers on a 2,268-mile (3,650 kilometers) journey across Antarctica to learn more about humanity's ability to survive on Mars.
Reference The elements in the periodic table are arranged according to the transition from metal to nonmetal elements.
Here's a look at when the time changes for daylight saving time and who instituted daylight savings in the first place.
Reference Courtesy of Google Earth, check out some strange highlights of our planet, in lieu of a whirlwind trip round the world.
More than 55 earthquakes have struck off the Oregon coast, but the swarm is not likely to trigger any danger to those on land.
Taiwan is racing to contain an outbreak of invasive cane toads, which likely escaped from a black market breeder.
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