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Incredible Sahara Dust Plume Sweeping Across The Atlantic Is Largest on...

Dust plumes are a natural phenomenon, part of Earth's nutrient cycle. They occur when high-velocity winds pick up tiny dry particles from the Earth's...

Scientists Have Demonstrated Quantum Entanglement on a Tiny Satellite Orbiting Earth

In the strange field of quantum physics, quantum entanglement - what Einstein called "spooky action at a distance" - stands out as one of...

40 Years of Data Confirm Hurricanes Are Getting Stronger. Climate Models...

The most powerful storms on our planet have grown substantially stronger, and almost forty years' worth of hurricane satellite imagery suggest a warming planet...

There’s a Hidden Spacecraft Dump Deep in The Ocean – Here’s...

The most remote location on Earth has many names: It's called Point Nemo (Latin for 'no one') and the Oceanic Pole of Inaccessibility. Most...

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ESA PoolThis September, the European Space Agency (ESA) will launch a new space rideshare service capable of shuttling dozens of small satellites into space...

It’s Official: Human-Caused Climate Change Has Now Reached ‘Gold Standard’

New analysis of 40 years' worth of satellite data shows that it's a near-certainty that humanity is actively causing global climate change.Climate deniers often...

Humans Have Changed Earth’s Seasons For The First Time, Study Shows

Poring over four decades of satellite data, climate scientists have concluded for the first time that humans are pushing seasonal temperatures out of balance...

SpaceX Is Launching The First 2 Satellites to Bring High-Speed Internet...

SpaceX, the rocket company founded by the tech mogul Elon Musk, plans to launch a Spanish radar satellite atop one of its go-to rockets...