Para determinar cómo los elementos cruciales para el desarrollo de la vida llegaron a la Tierra, los científicos estudian los gases nobles. Actualmente, métodos mejorados traen consigo nuevos indicios a partir del criptón, el gas noble más enigmático.
Named Chrysalis, the moon could have disintegrated during a close encounter with the gas giant roughly 100 million years ago.
The AI-based monitoring method may unlock data that could improve shipping safety and climate predictions.
The sensors help bridge gaps in air quality data due to critical shortages of government monitoring stations.
By studying meteorites believed to be remnants of the catastrophic breakup of a dwarf planet, researchers are learning how lonsdaleite, a particularly hard type of diamond, forms in nature.
The Nullarbor Plain has been relatively untouched by geological forces, leaving traces of the continent’s deep past.
California officials faced a conundrum in dealing with mudslides after the Thomas Fire.
Coal ash–polluted lakes are in residential and recreational areas, invoking concern for the health of local residents and ecosystems.
The USGS just debuted a complete remaking of the water cycle diagram—with humans as headliners.
New high-resolution seafloor imagery shows a series of delicate ridges produced by the glacier’s front as it bobbed daily with the tides, revealing a recent period of rapid retreat.New high-resolution seafloor imagery shows a series of delicate ridges produced by the glacier’s front as it bobbed daily with the tides, revealing a recent period of rapid retreat.