A close approach to Deimos reveals that its surface does not look like that of an asteroid, hinting at a Martian origin.
Narrowing down the search is essential for gaining time on a high-powered telescope that could spot the hypothesized planet directly.
In the shadow of a deadly eruption in 2021, students in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo, are learning about future hazards.
A NASA-funded crowdsourced science project has converted the unheard sounds resonating inside Earth’s magnetic shield into audible tracks, revealing an orchestra of whistles, wooshes, and chirps.
Un proyecto comunitario en las tierras altas de Kigezi está ayudando a identificar puntos calientes de deslizamientos de tierra e inundaciones y cómo los peligros están evolucionando.
A community project in the Kigezi Highlands is helping to identify landslide and flooding hot spots and how the hazards are evolving.
Researchers are using remote sensing to track floating mats of plastic trapped in water hyacinth plants.
As Europe’s premiere geoscience conference kicks off online, leading Earth and space societies restate their commitments in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The twice-daily ebb and flow of the sea have the power to change the planet. Weak tides could have allowed Earth to freeze over, and strong tides may have given vertebrates a leg up on land.
“You are the stakeholders of European integration,” former Italian prime minister Mario Monti told an assembly of geoscientists.