Analysis of a meteorite that fell in Costa Rica shows that its parent body may resemble the asteroid Bennu.
The most powerful gigantic jet ever recorded fortuitously appeared over a sensor array in Oklahoma, enabling scientists to map the structure of the phenomenon for the first time.
Helioseismology allows scientists to study the interior of the Sun, solve some basic physics mysteries, and forecast space weather.
A new survey of hundreds of pulsars could help solve the mystery of why planets exist around these dead stars.
While overwintering in Antarctica, Foster maintains the South Pole Telescope facilities.
Shock waves from Cold War era nuclear tests gave seismologists a glimpse of the inner core. Its wobbly rotation could explain phenomena such as the periodic change in the length of a day.
Five galaxies, two nebulae, an exoplanet, and the early universe—JWST’s first images provide a cross section of the science yet to come.
Scientists have found holes filled with minerals that indicate fluid-filled pores exist many tens of kilometers below Earth’s surface. But no, The Core fans, you still can’t get amethyst-laden geodes in the mantle.
Unprecedented images of Mount Erebus’s inner workings show the unique trappings of a CO2-rich rift volcano.
Researchers are combining hard-to-get field measurements with satellite imagery to gain new insight into where peatlands are and how they work.