A new study reveals how air pollution from rocket launches spreads in Earth's atmosphere.
Earth, our home planet, is the 3rd planet from the sun.
A racist usage of the Southern Cross contrasts with Indigenous narratives about the constellation, suggesting the symbol can never be contained within a single defining narrative.
The U.S. military plans to launch satellites to learn more about how radio signals behave in part of the Earth's atmosphere.
The Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha‘apai volcanic eruption in January triggered stronger-than-hurricane winds in the highest layer of Earth's atmosphere, above the edge of space.
Tiny Snake Island has hosted some fierce fighting during the Russian invasion of Ukraine, as new satellite photos show.
Microorganisms living on a large slab of ancient seafloor in the Persian Gulf may reveal clues about life on other planets.
'Dinosaur Apocalypse,' a PBS NOVA special narrated by Sir David Attenborough, attempts to reconstruct the day Earth was hit by an asteroid 66 million years ago.
The U.K. is getting serious about beaming solar power from space and thinks it could have a demonstrator in orbit by 2035.
Reference Climate change is the long-term, continued shifting of temperatures and weather patterns on planet Earth; an evolution driven by human activities.
We can end the current fossil fuel war, by providing abundant resources and clean energy from the moon to Earth, and by moving our toxic industries away from our unique and precious biosphere.
A surprising new photo from the GOES East satellite has revealed what appears to be the word "Go" written in the clouds as seen from space.
Satellites have captured stunning new views of the early season wildfires raging across northern New Mexico since mid-April.
Despite the increasing focus on climate change and its disastrous effects on weather patterns, a recent study has found that the worst heat waves in known history actually took place decades ago.
Maxar Technologies' WorldView-2 spacecraft spotted what appear to be Kalibr missiles sitting next to a docked Kilo-class submarine in Sevastopol, an important Black Sea port in the Crimean Peninsula.
The swarm of 85,000 earthquakes that struck Antarctica was the strongest seismic outburst ever recorded there.