With most of the world in lockdown, the "seismic noise" produced by humans has reduced by up to 50 percent.
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.
Some powerful storms are so intense that they literally shake the ocean floor.
A fossilized ecosystem offers new evidence for life that once existed in seemingly uninhabitable places.
InSight is the first Mars mission to focus on the red planet’s interior, and will drill a hole five meters into its surface.
Jezero Crater, site of a Martian paleolake, is on the shortlist of landing sites for NASA's Mars 2020 rover.
“These gravity images are revolutionizing our ability to study the least understood continent on Earth—Antarctica.”
Rocks from Arizona’s Unkar Group and Tasmania’s Rocky Cape Group were likely part of the same formation 1.1 billion years ago on the supercontinent Rodinia.
Using core sampling hardware to drill beneath the manicured surfaces of New York Harbor's former military post, David Brooks conducted a deep dive into the unique site's human and non-human past.