If the theory is confirmed with further work, it would show that stars that died hundreds of millions of years ago may have taken some Earthlings to the grave with them, forever altering the course of life on our world.”
“It looks like the majority of these organisms are living at energy regimes that are below what we thought was even capable of maintenance—just staying alive.”
Currently near Mars, it will fly past Earth in the distant future.
Scientists combed through nearly 30 years of earthquake data to probe huge and mysterious objects near the Earth's core.
In mysterious rock formations known as "unconformities," millions of years of Earth's history are missing. Now, scientists have the best idea yet as to why.
New high-resolution satellites, AIs, and data tools are going to let us study Earth, and ourselves, in greater detail than ever before. That's going to come with "unthinkable" problems.
They're hurtling toward each other at 33,000 mph. The good news is they aren't a threat to Earth — just other satellites.
The Yarrabubba impact structure in Australia dates back some 2.2 billion years, 200 million years older than any other known crater.
Scientists created eerie sonifications of the waves produced by Earth’s magnetic field when it is juiced by radiation from solar storms.
Could climate change get so bad that it leads to our extinction? A few researchers are trying to answer that question.
Fish nurseries near Hawaii contain higher concentrations of plastic than the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, and baby fish are mistaking this trash for food.