Case studies from around the world illustrate the power of geodetic data in earthquake monitoring.
In the most detailed and highest-resolution black hole simulation to date, an international team of researchers showed the Bardeen-Petterson effect for the first time.
Researchers say it’s the oldest-known living tree in eastern North America. If it hadn’t been protected, it could have ended up as garden mulch.
New evidence suggests that the Moon may still be tectonically active.
High-resolution lidar topography reveals a long history of ancient earthquakes.