New research sheds light on the stark difference between the near and far sides of the Moon.
Kilauea, the 4,000-foot volcano in Hawaii, began glowing Wednesday afternoon. Locals are still recovering from its last eruption in 2018.
A giant algae bloom in the summer of 2018 was fueled by the Kīlauea volcano.
The agency wants input on how to send robots to the Moon to explore the virtually unseen caves, which could one day shelter humans.
Hundreds of people in the town of Herculaneum took cover from the eruption in boat-houses. Their bones tell a gruesome story.
It’s been weeks since Kilauea first started spewing lava over Hawaii’s Big Island, and things are not looking great.
It looks like we have another Tide Pod situation on our hands.
And if they come in contact with lava, they can trigger massive explosions.
"I've talked to people on the mainland who've said, 'How disgusting.' But we would never use those words. It's phenomenal. Everybody in the world wants to see this."
Check out the dramatic seismic event from the safety of your desk.
Residents are being airlifted from their homes as the eruption grows even more catastrophic.