Ghostly Satellite Image Captures the Arctic ‘Losing Its Soul’
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Ghostly Satellite Image Captures the Arctic ‘Losing Its Soul’

Marco Tedesco, a Columbia University climate scientist, said that he started hearing a noise like coins breaking or breaking. His loud, continuous
An immense volcanic eruption in 1257 A.D. affected our entire planet. But which volcano exploded?
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An immense volcanic eruption in 1257 A.D. affected our entire planet. But which volcano exploded?

A massive volcanic eruption occurred in 1257 A.D. It produced enormous amounts of ash and sulfur and had a profound impact on the climate across the
NASA scientists spot troubling melting in Greenland from a plane
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NASA scientists spot troubling melting in Greenland from a plane

NASA scientist Josh Willis flew this week over Greenland and gazed upon a vast polar world made of melted ice, dark pools of water, and other facets.
Antarctica's 'Doomsday Glacier' is fighting an invisible battle against the inner Earth, new study finds
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Antarctica's 'Doomsday Glacier' is fighting an invisible battle against the inner Earth, new study finds

West Antarctica is one the fastest-warming areas on Earth. Thwaites Glacier, also known as "Doomsday Glacier", is a good example. Thwaites has lost
Antarctica Just Narrowly Avoided a Massive Iceberg Collision
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Antarctica Just Narrowly Avoided a Massive Iceberg Collision

The icy continent could use some relief with rising temperatures and major climate shifts expected for Antarctica in future years. It's almost over
Watch a Floating, 500 Square Mile Iceberg Nearly Crash Into Antarctica
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Watch a Floating, 500 Square Mile Iceberg Nearly Crash Into Antarctica

It was very close! Close calls A nearly 500-square-mile-wide iceberg that was free to flounder in Antarctica crashed into Antarctica earlier this
Martian snow is dusty, could potentially melt, new study shows
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Martian snow is dusty, could potentially melt, new study shows

A few centimeters below surface, NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander has found dusty snow. The blue box is ice, while the red box is soil. Credit:
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'Unprecedented' rain falls for first time in recorded history at Greenland's ice sheet summit

On Saturday, it rained for several hours near the summit of Greenland’s ice sheet. This was the first recorded rain event in the area's history. It
We May Finally Know The Secret of The Geminids Asteroid's Weird Comet-Like Tail
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We May Finally Know The Secret of The Geminids Asteroid's Weird Comet-Like Tail

The near-Earth asteroid 3200 Phaethon is unusual in that it glows brightly as it approaches the Sun. However, there are no ice reserves to cause this
It Just Rained on Greenland's Summit For The First Time in Recorded History
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It Just Rained on Greenland's Summit For The First Time in Recorded History

It just rained on the summit of Greenland’s ice sheet, marking yet another alarming milestone in our ecological unravelling. Greenland has been