Scientists may have learned a bit more about the dates for cataclysm on early moon and the Earth. It turns out that the current dating method that researchers have used may be incorrect.
A massive coronal hole in our sun has been captured by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory. Now, this hole is causing some auroral displays on Earth.
Scientists have used new data to find out that Earth's inner core was formed about 1 to 1.5 billion years ago as it "froze" from the surrounding molten iron outer core.
It turns out that global warming may be able to alter the shape of our very planet. Scientists have found that warming temperatures has the capacity to shift what our planet looks like.
The study has assembled the first large-scale empirical evidence for a declining sensitivity of spring phenology to warming in mature trees for Central Europe.
Could asteroids be the moon's main "water supply?"
ESA's Rosetta spacecraft has detected argon on the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko for the first time.
There may be more oxygen in Earth's core than once thought. Scientists have made some new findings about Earth's interior by considering the geophysical and geochemical signatures of the core and mantle together.
Scientists have found that Earth's gravity has influenced the orientation of thousands of faults that form in the lunar surface as the moon shrinks.
Scientists have discovered traces of two enormous meteorite impacts in Sweden. The twin strike occurred around 460 million years ago, and may reveal a bit more about our planet's early history.
It turns out that our moon can take a few hits. Scientists have found that the moon's crust is as fractured as it possibly could be after the beating it took 4 billion years ago.