A new study finds that Mars’s mantle is neon-rich, putting constraints on the planet’s formation history.
The Cormorant Oceanography Project is using sensors deployed on diving marine birds to collect broadly distributed oceanographic data in coastal regions around the world.
The list of planets in other star systems includes zombies, hot giants, puffballs, and even a few Tatooines. Zowie!
The bright clutter of individual discoveries can overshadow some fascinating research, from necroplanetology to rogue planets to the intimacy of alphanumeric nomenclature.
Clouds make climate modeling on Earth difficult. Identifying—and even defining—atmospheric phenomena on other planets is the next big exoplanet challenge.
From the connection between Earth’s core and life on the surface, way out to the ends of the solar system, this month’s issue of Eos takes a look at the study of magnetic fields.
Not all planets move the needle. But whatever planet you take a magnetic compass to, it’s sure to point out clues to secrets underfoot.
Dented, erratic, and wandering, our field is constantly changing its mind.
Volcanic eruptions in what is now western Canada may have triggered a million years of rain and a mass extinction that launched the reign of the dinosaurs.
The group’s rocking new album, The Fossil Record, includes a genre-bending set of songs that helps make science foot-tapping fun.