New research uses gravity and a machine learning model to instantaneously estimate the magnitude and location of large earthquakes.
Two studies showcase new methods for analyzing GRACE data that better match the land surface, producing clearer estimates of mass variations.
The laser-based instruments aboard the GRACE-FO satellites may be extended to other geophysical applications to collect data on other submonthly mass changes in Earth’s system.
Tidally locked planets always present the same face to their host stars. What does this mean for their potential to support life?
Planetary rings can act as seismometers that respond to changes deep within a planet.
Measurements of our planet’s gravitational field could expose processes in the fluid outer core—if scientists can decipher the signals.
A new analysis of long-term satellite records shows the East Antarctic Ice Sheet is unexpectedly dependent on fluctuations in weather. This study may improve models of how much sea levels will rise.
Incorporating the refractive index of the Sun into models of gravitational lensing effects improves agreement with measurements of the phenomenon.
A thunderstorm made waves on a rare “bright night.”