New findings suggest that unlike in Earth, the bottom of Mars’s mantle is a sea of molten silicate rock.
The most remote world ever seen up close is a mash-up of smaller pieces.
Lumps of dust are spiraling around a young star 5,000 light-years away. They could be Jupiter-like planets in the making.
Researchers have shown that oceans buried below layers of ice are more common than previously thought.
A crop of new studies shows that exposure to air pollution adds days to hospital stays and increases the likelihood of death from COVID-19.
A gravitational dance between a newly discovered exoplanet and its host star may be driving extreme volcanism on its surface.
A close approach to Deimos reveals that its surface does not look like that of an asteroid, hinting at a Martian origin.
With a new look at old imagery, scientists may have found evidence of volcanic activity on Venus.
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.
Antarctica’s Thwaites and Pine Island Glaciers are melting faster than they have in the past 5,500 years, new evidence shows. Against expectations, their pasts have been remarkably stable.