The stamps help draw attention to the wonders of creatures that generate their own light and to the environmental problems that threaten them in marine habitats, scientists say.
A Window into the Emerging Anthropocene…Through Art
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.
Sketch Your Science: Our Guesses About Your Sketches
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.
Ten Mesmerizing Geophysical Maps That Double as Works of Art
From tiny seafloor features in the Gulf of Mexico to craters pocking the surface of Mars, the details on these maps captivate and fascinate.
Ancient Maya May Have Foreseen Meteor Showers
Modern astronomical techniques have uncovered clues to a possible facet of Mayan astronomy from nearly 2 millennia ago not found in surviving records.
Howling at the Moon with Eclipse Enthusiasts
From the reporters who stared at goats to poets who tweeted haiku, eclipse watchers across the nation flaunted their weird.
Homemade Lava Flows Fuse Science with Art on Video
An artist’s impulse to recreate natural landscapes leads to fiery scientific explorations that elucidate the behavior of erupting lava and the solid shapes it becomes.
Science Offers New Clues About Paintings by Munch and Leonardo
An unusual type of cloud might explain the sky in The Scream, and scientific verisimilitude reveals which is the real da Vinci masterpiece, new studies suggest.
Stamps Celebrate National Parks on Agency's Centennial
Striking images showcase iconic and lesser known U.S. national parks, seashores, and historic sites.
Amoeba People Sing Quirky Tunes About Geoscience
A whimsical backstory identifies the musicians as aliens from the planet Crouton sent to Earth to transmit scientific information back home in song.