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Call it a deep-space selfie if you will. Recently-released images from NASA's Cassini spacecraft show off Saturn in all its glory, including its rings, and for the first time ever, Earth and its moon in the background.
Scientists analyzing a mysterious pebble from Egypt have made a startling find: it's the nucleus of a comet.
It's here, and it's not pretty. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has released its Fifth Assessment Report that states our planet is warming in an unprecedented fashion and that humans are playing a huge role.
Life on Earth as we know it may have had an earlier start than previously thought. New research indicates that oxygen, a key component in the formation of complex organisms, was present in the Earth's atmosphere 700 million years before previous estimates.
Fear not. Despite apocalyptic tales of doom and gloom, the Earth isn't going to self-destruct anytime soon. According to one group of scientists, we've got at least a good 1.75 billion years of habitability left on this planet.
After traveling almost 900 million miles through outer space last Friday, NASA's Cassini spacecraft has beamed back ravishing pictures closeup shoots of Saturn with Earth in the backgound as a "pale blue dot."
When and how life began forming on Earth is still a mystery, but scientists have no uncovered another piece of the puzzle. According to a new study, reactive phosphorous, which is a key component to the formation of life, was carried to Earth by meteorites around 3.5 billion years ago.
For years, scientists have been unsure why Venus developed to host vast swaths of molten rock, while the Earth cultivated countless species. Now, a group of Japanese scientists have discovered the key factor in each planet's contradictory development: distance from the sun.
Pavlof Volcano erupted, causing a massive ash plume that effects air travel and has coated towns in ash.