Scientists and local authorities had been tracking the eruption’s precursors for weeks and evacuated residents. Then the magma stalled.
A new trove of free-floating planets, smaller and paired up more than expected, challenges stellar and planet formation models.
Amateur radio operators who study space physics and the upper atmosphere probed the ionosphere’s response to the 2023 annular solar eclipse using shortwave transmissions.
Newly declassified documents are making wartime weather observations in the Pacific Theater more robust, and could improve climate models today.
The lack of bird records in formerly redlined areas creates an inaccurate picture of urban biodiversity, leading to gaps in conservation efforts.
A new fog harvester could benefit communities that lack access to clean freshwater.
Scientists say now is the time to unlock the secrets of Uranus and suggest a low-cost, low-risk way to do so.
OSIRIS-REx will help reveal Bennu’s detailed carbon chemistry and history of space weathering and unlock a key piece of the solar system’s early history.
Heat released by old and inefficient Chicago buildings could, if harnessed, be an energy solution.
The granite couldn’t have formed the same way that it does on Earth—with liquid water and plate tectonics. So how did it get there?