Images released by NASA’s Earth Observatory show how ice loss in the tropics is advancing, and how glaciers there will be gone within a decade.
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According to a massive research study, Earth was struck by a comet 12,800 years ago that caused massive wildfires to rage over 10% of its surface.
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A new animation released by NASA’s Earth Observatory illustrates how ongoing drought is diminishing Cape Town’s water supply.
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A new study led by researchers from NASA JPL has provided compelling evidence for the existence of a mantle plume beneath the Antarctic ice sheet.
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According to a new study from the School of Earth and Space Exploration, it may be possible to refreeze the Arctic to help fight Climate Change.
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Members of the British Antarctic Survey shot a video of the wide crack in the Antarctic Larsen Ice Sheet, which could mean a collapse is coming soon!
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Trump’s recent meeting with Al Gore in New York has fueled speculation about the future of NASAs Earth science missions, which are demonstrably vital to the nation
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With the election over, there are concerns over at NASA at how a Trump presidency might affect their research and exploration efforts
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There are many ways to enjoy tomorrow night’s total lunar eclipse. First and foremost is to sit back and take in the slow splendor of the Moon entering and exiting Earth’s colorful shadow. You can also make pictures, observe it in a telescope or participate in a fun science project by measuring the Moon’s brightness and color. (…)Read […]
Earlier this month, delegates from the various states that make up the UN met in Lima, Peru to agree on a framework for the Climate Change Conference that is scheduled to take place in Paris next year. For over two weeks, representatives debated and discussed the issue, which at times became hotly contested and divisive. […]