Scientists map thousands of microearthquakes in Oklahoma to take a closer look at the seismic effects of wastewater injection following oil and gas operations.
The delivery of weather satellite imagery is reliable today, but will it stay that way in the future?
High above Earth’s surface, air temperatures occasionally increase suddenly, producing widespread effects on weather, air chemistry, and telecommunications.
The U.S. National Space Council, an advisory body that has been dormant since 1993, focused on lunar travel, civil and commercial space opportunities, and national security when it met last week.
Oleander Workshop II: 25 Years of Operations; Narragansett, Rhode Island, 26–27 October 2016
This January, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized mileage standards set in 2012. Now, at the push of the auto industry, EPA and other agencies are going back for another look.
The system currently follows and records the movements of more than 35,000 large fishing vessels globally to bring transparency to commercial fishing activities.
The company envisions the mission as a first step in bringing resources from the Moon back to the Earth.
Cables and circuitry inside your gadgets' screens act as accidental antennae that broadcast screens' contents. A new study says the industry needs to fix this security risk before hackers exploit it.
The proposed wind farm, which commercial fishermen oppose, could produce at least 70 megawatts of energy annually, enough to power a quarter of a million homes.