The inside of the planet’s mantle is still simmering at the same temperature as it did billions of years ago.
A man just courageously swam near the lava zone at Big Island, Hawaii.
An emoji-like smile was seen when a Hawaiian volcano erupted
Sometimes they fold over, and sometimes, they explode: scientists try to see why lava reacts differently with ice and water.
Geologists at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have deciphered the history of Mercury from a rare meteorite through collecting measurements of the planet’s chemical composition through NASA’s MESSENGER probe.
Scientists have made an astonishing finding. They've discovered mantle rocks with signs of life in addition to evidence of unique carbon cycling and ocean crust movement.