Writing a haiku to accompany your abstract is a long-standing tradition of the annual Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. Here are some of our favorites from this year’s program.
Need a way to store sediment cores or grind up soil? These scientists have your answer.
“Gamma ray spectrometer,” “rock hammer,” and “putty knife” are not phrases that airport security likes to hear.
Listen to the music of the ice, the turning of the planets, the ringing of rings, the rockin’ of quakes, and the mournful tones of global warming.
Want a snapshot of how humans have been changing their landscapes since the Industrial Revolution? Look at artwork at a local museum, one geoscientist says.
Where would you go?
Eos staff do their best to guess what scientists were drawing on the Sketch Your Science wall at the American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting in New Orleans, La.
Jupiter has van Gogh skies, kaleidoscope geometry, and fearsome dragons, if you can just look at the planet with an open mind.
A scientist tells the story of how Eos brought her and her husband together.