A new study shows that losses are global in both arid and humid regions and could have significant impacts on a quarter of Earth’s population.
As Earth’s climate warms, glaciers and ice sheets are retreating, cracking, and adding to sea level rise at record speeds.
Interactions between lunar gravity and the terrestrial magnetic field may cause a 90° offset from the Moon’s position in its orbit.
TEMPO, scheduled for launch this April, will monitor ozone and other pollutants during hourly daytime scans, providing data for better air quality forecasts and atmospheric models.
Kepler’s first exoplanet is migrating toward its star, an evolved subgiant that is much bigger than first thought.
Space and ocean scientists take a splash course in multidisciplinary science to chart our solar system’s ocean worlds.
Named Chrysalis, the moon could have disintegrated during a close encounter with the gas giant roughly 100 million years ago.
Analysis of a meteorite that fell in Costa Rica shows that its parent body may resemble the asteroid Bennu.
Geologists examined crystals in rock from four massive eruptions in the Chilean Andes.
Helioseismology allows scientists to study the interior of the Sun, solve some basic physics mysteries, and forecast space weather.