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We're back in the space race.
University of Queensland
Rudolph isn't just useful for pulling a sleigh and destroying your roof tiles, it seems the real Christmas miracle is that reindeers are protecting us from climate change too. A new study, undertak...
Karen Barlow, Huffington Post Australia
Over the past decade, we've wiped out mammals, birds, amphibians and more. And it's all to our own detriment.
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We don't run the mission, but we sure as hell contribute.
Not to mention make you feel very small.
Sarah Jane Pell
This flooded limestone chasm beats out the old record-holder by 39 feet.
Sarah Jane Pell thinks of herself as an 'imagineer'.
One year ago, NASA treated earthlings to a magnificent view of our home planet from a vantage point some 1 million miles away. Since then, the agency's Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera ― appropriate...
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You thought we had one, didn't you?
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When the fault line starts rockin'... run for the hills! New observations confirm that the San Andreas Fault System, the ma ive tectonic boundary underneath much of California, is showing definite sig...
Graham Nash -- of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young -- has a story about his friend, Neil Young, that has been almost too perfect to believe for nearly three decades. As the myth goes, Nash was at Youn...
NASA/GSFC/METI/ERSDAC/JAROS, and U.S./Japan ASTER
The position of Earth’s axis has dramatically shifted, likely because of melting ice sheets (fueled by climate change) and natural changes in water storage on land, according to a new study in the jou...
For the past 16 years, a Japanese-built instrument aboard a NASA research satellite has been quietly gathering data about Earth’s changing surface. Those changes include everything from volcanic erupt...