Third Pod from the Sun talks with pioneering geophysicist Xavier Le Pichon about what it was like to be a young scientist challenging deeply held theories.
A first look at the chemical composition of the interstellar comet Borisov reveals ingredients that look a lot like those found in solar system comets. That’s not likely to last very long.
A new study explores questions of consent and coercion in citizen science.
In October, we celebrate AGU’s Centennial by looking under our feet, where the relatively new study of plate tectonics is evolving rapidly.
The geoscientist, who studied Earth’s mantle and believed strongly in the power of mentoring, passed away in April.
A new model is the first to simultaneously explain many of the moons’ characteristics, including their mass, orbits, and icy composition
Third Pod from the Sun talks with volcanologist John Ewert, a founder of the U.S. Geological Survey’s Volcano Disaster Assistance Program.
New evidence from deep mantle plumes suggests that Earth’s liquid outer core might be leaking tungsten isotopes into the lower mantle.
The gas giant’s interior reveals evidence of an ancient impact.
We’re joining with over 200 other news outlets and organizations in a weeklong initiative to prove the power of journalism in telling “the defining story of our time.”