In the latest episode of its Centennial series, AGU’s Third Pod from the Sun talks space weather and its influence on global policy with Delores Knipp.
Researchers discover microbial life on ice spires known as penitentes on the arid, sunlight-blasted upper reaches of Llullaillaco, one of the best earthly analogues for Mars.
Lunar samples reveal that the Sun spun relatively slowly in its first billion years and blasted the Earth and Moon with coronal mass ejections.
Magma stored for 1,000 years in an Icelandic volcano journeyed to the surface in just 4 days.
Featuring high-impact papers and a streamlined process, AGU’s new journal is ready to launch.
The “smart” Memorial Bridge spanning the Piscataqua is outfitted with a tidal turbine and more than 40 sensors.
This August, we look at the relationship we have to our closest star for AGU’s Centennial.
Thanks to some crucial calibrations, the world’s biggest solar telescope will have a clearer view of the Sun.
AGU and the National Archives explore “How Apollo 11 Shaped Our Understanding of Earth and Beyond.”
New analysis of high-resolution images shows ring textures and disruptions within Saturn’s rings in unprecedented detail.