A piece of Sylacauga meteorite was sold at Christie's auction for US$7,500.
The thawing of Alaska's soils triggers expulsion of carbon dioxide into the air.
A historic measles outbreak had hit Minnesota in almost 30 years.
The number of glaciers in the national park in the U.S. has been reduced in many years.
NASA delivers detectors for Euclid mission that will examine the invisible phenomena of dark energy in space.
Cassini spacecraft took an image of Saturn moon Titan, showing bright and feathery methane clouds drifting across the moon.
Scientists engineered a synthetic bone implant that could replace the painful bone marrow transplant in the future.
The scientists have discovered oversized landforms below the Antarctic ice sheet.
A beach on the west coast of Ireland retains its splendid beauty again after it was destroyed by some storms 33 years ago.
A massive impact crater, which could be the second largest crater in the world, is discovered near the South Atlantic Ocean.
FDA approves the first new drug for ALS treatment in many years.