A secondary suite of instruments on the Mars lander produced a first look at magnetic fields from the planet’s surface.
New research indicates climate change may thin the mixed layer and contribute to a reduction of sea surface temperature anomalies.
Science writer Ilima Loomis, author of the new book Eclipse Chaser, shares her secrets for translating science speak for young audiences.
For Mariana Trench expert Patricia Fryer, an extreme explorer’s record-setting dive was a chance to retrieve some of the deepest samples ever collected.
Seismic activity during the eruption of Kīlauea damaged the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory beyond repair. Now officials are looking for a new site.
Samples from Kīlauea volcano’s extraordinary eruption that began last May could offer important insights into the behavior of volcanoes and the underlying mantle.
Affluent white people are more likely to live in fire-prone areas, but race and socioeconomic vulnerability can put minority communities at greater risk, a new study finds.
The icy weather phenomenon leads to more than $10 billion in damages each year. Nonetheless, research on hail is lacking, scientists say.
Volcanologists say it’s too soon to know whether the sudden drop in activity signals the end of the eruption or just a pause.
From burying communities to building new land, this historic eruption is changing the landscape of Hawai‘i Island.