Giant "sinkholes" — one of which could devour an entire city block holding six-story buildings — are appearing along the Arctic seafloor.
Earth, our home planet, is the 3rd planet from the sun.
Antarctic sea-ice extent dropped to a record low in the satellite data in February, but it's likely due to natural variation.
Russian forces continue to destroy apartment buildings and other civilian infrastructure throughout the besieged Ukrainian city of Mariupol, new satellite imagery shows.
The dino-killing asteroid lofted huge amounts of sulfur into Earth's atmosphere 66 million years ago, leading to rapid climate change.
Astronomers in the future might not be allowed to build large complex power-hungry observatories if they want to reduce their carbon footprint in line with greenhouse gas emission reduction targets.
March's equinox comes today, marking the beginning of spring. The days will get longer for the next few months.
Satellite images also show extensive damage in the Ukrainian cities of Mariupol, Sumy, Chernihiv and Kharkiv.
A new study based on NASA and ESA satellite data shows that Arctic sea ice is thinning at a "frightening rate."
One of Earth's two mysterious mantle blobs is much higher than the other, raising questions about its impact on Earth's surface.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine could have serious consequences for those organizations pursuing scientific endeavors.
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NASA celebrates the famous mathematical ratio each year on March 14 (3/14), which is meant to represent the 3.14 constant.
An underground mountain-sized chunk of rock may be affecting paths of large earthquakes in southern Japan.
NASA has released a stunning image of Portugal’s coastline showing the immense power of massive, seven-story-high waves as they crashed toward the shore.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has hit the southern port city of Mariupol particularly hard, as new satellite photos show.
A recent study has found that the hazards posed by large impactors far outweighed their benefits for life on Earth.