Scientists have learned a bit more about moon rocks and why they're more depleted in volatile elements than those found on Earth.
Earth's water may have always been on the planet instead of being brought by meteors and asteroids.
Winds of over 2 kilometers per second have been discovered speeding past a planet outside of Earth's solar system.
Researchers from the Southwest Research Institute carried out an experiment so they could determine why moon rocks contain fewer volatile elements than earth rocks.
It turns out that human activities, such as greenhouse gas emissions and land use, were the main cause of extreme weather and climate events in 2014.
Researchers found that diamonds may not be as rare as we thought, as the formation of diamonds is a common process deep below the surface of the earth, according to a study at Johns Hopkins University.
Scientists may be able to predict the source of the Northwest's next big earthquake.
Researchers investigated why the Earth is bigger than Mars by using a planetary formation model, which revealed that planets originated from pebbles.
It turns out that common chemical coolants actually lead to ozone depletion.
It shouldn't be all that surprising, but researchers have finally confirmed that there's a link between comet or asteroid showers and mass extinctions.
As the hunt for alien life continues, researchers have come to a somewhat interesting revelation. It turns out that many Earth-like planets have yet to be born.
Life on Earth may have started a staggering 4.1 billion years ago, which is far earlier than scientists once thought. Researchers have found probable evidence for life at that time after studying zircons.