Hexagonal structures in sediments are evidence of repeated wet and dry conditions on the Red Planet.
A new study demonstrates the absorption mechanism of H2O release out of subducting slabs, making the previous hypothesis of dehydration embrittlement unnecessary.
A new fog harvester could benefit communities that lack access to clean freshwater.
Ocean moons of the outer solar system hint at ice volcanoes, hydrothermal vents, and the tantalizing chance of habitability.
Our solar system’s ocean worlds offer scientists intriguing instances of exotic phenomena and fresh prospects in the elusive search for planetary habitability.
The court’s exclusion of scientists from the environmental rulemaking process comes full circle as the EPA strips federal protections for wetlands.
Researchers have shown that oceans buried below layers of ice are more common than previously thought.
A new study has ruled out large, once-molten meteorites called achondrites as sources of Earth’s water.
Hydrogen released during large impacts might have boosted Mars’s surface temperature above freezing for thousands or even millions of years, enabling liquid water to flow over the Red Planet.
The underwater eruption of Hunga Tonga–Hunga Ha‘apai sent megatons of water vapor into the stratosphere, contributing to an increase in global warming over the next 5 years.