A team of scientists, educators, and teenagers discovered the objects, some of which may have been delivered by a fireball that streaked across the sky in 2017.
In a new model, three substantial atmospheric layers appear consistent between the ice giants.
Spectral data suggest that Kamo‘oalewa, a near-Earth asteroid, has a composition similar to lunar rocks.
Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy is a versatile geochemical tool being used in a wide range of applications, from Mars rovers to earthly rock identification.
Green-line arc is found to be embedded within large-scale upward field aligned currents while red-line-only arc is found to be associated with low-energy precipitation bursts.
A new technique can retrieve the profile of ozone from surface to tropopause by MAX-DOS ground-based measurements.
An innovative technique provides micro-scale resolution on the three-dimensional evolution of damage within crystalline rocks that leads to fault nucleation.
A new versatile spectroscopy system could create ultraprecise maps of Earth’s atmosphere, detect methane emission sources, and scan for chemical weapons.
A long-term study in Switzerland reveals the promise of a new method to determine isotopic composition of the potent greenhouse gas.
The unexpected character of the beams, revealed by NASA’s Juno spacecraft, suggests that the processes that produce Jupiter’s auroras are unlike those on Earth.