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For The First Time in Years, Earth Overshoot Day Has Been...

Humanity will have burned through all the natural resources that the planet can replenish for 2020 by Saturday, according to researchers who said the...

NASA Is Tracking a Vast, Growing Anomaly in Earth’s Magnetic Field

NASA is actively monitoring a strange anomaly in Earth's magnetic field: a giant region of lower magnetic intensity in the skies above the planet,...

Digital Information Threatens to Consume The Planet’s Mass, Physicist Claims

The world could be headed for an 'information catastrophe' as the rate of production of digital bits continues to accelerate with no sign of...

NASA’s Rover Is Taking a Tree-Like Device That Converts CO2 Into...

NASA's Perseverance Mars rover launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on 30 July, carrying a host of cutting-edge technology including high-definition video equipment and...

It’s Official: NASA’s Next Mission to Mars Has Been Cleared For...

NASA on Monday gave its latest Mars rover Perseverance the all clear to launch later this week on a mission to seek out signs...

Hubble Just Took an Astonishingly Detailed Image of Saturn

The Hubble space telescope has spent the past 30 years orbiting 547 km (340 miles) above Earth. The ageing satellite has had a couple...

A Radical Hypothesis Says Planet Nine Could Be a Black Hole....

A comet-eating black hole the size of a planet? It's possible. And if there's one out there in the distant Solar System, a pair...

Massive Saharan Dust Cloud Is Moving Across The US Turning Skies...

A hot desert wind is carrying a massive cloud of Saharan dust into the southern United States this week. Dust plumes from the Sahara...

The Psychological Effect of Seeing Earth From Space Changes You, Astronauts...

Riding atop a pillar of flames, fumes, and dust, two NASA astronauts - Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley - ascended to space on Saturday...

There’s a New Hypothesis For How Uranus Ended Up Tipped on...

Uranus is quite the individual. Most of the planets in our Solar System have their poles more or less oriented in the same direction....