From tiny seafloor features in the Gulf of Mexico to craters pocking the surface of Mars, the details on these maps captivate and fascinate.
When Hurricane Harvey struck Texas more than a week ago, an Eos staff editor based in Houston hunkered down. Here’s her day-by-day account of the storm and its aftermath.
From the reporters who stared at goats to poets who tweeted haiku, eclipse watchers across the nation flaunted their weird.
From jets that will chase the Moon’s shadow to a telescope designed to mimic the eyes of a mantis shrimp, projects across the United States will pack science into mere minutes when day turns to dark.
A Delaware-sized slab of ice just broke off Antarctica. Now what?
Lunar orbiting data show that terrestrial oxygen rains down periodically on the Moon, enticing researchers with an opportunity to study Earth's ancient atmosphere.
Feeling devilish this Halloween? Open a map.
From the first rapid assessment of a volcano's history to insights on geoengineering, the 15 June 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo changed the way we approach and learn from volcanic hazards.
Although the agreement is a political breakthrough, it falls short of keeping future temperatures from rising more than 2°C above those of pre-industrial times.