The Geological Survey of Iran will soon publish first edition of an e-journal of geosciences.
The discovery, by an international team of scientists led by University College London (UCL), the Open University (OU), and the Free University of Berlin, of a frozen sea close to the equator of Mars has ...
NASA's Spirit rover found a new class of water-affected rock, while its twin, Opportunity, finished inspecting its own heat shield and set a new martian driving record.
Australia should withdraw its peacekeeping forces from East Timor because the tiny island nation no longer faces any threat from its powerful neighbor Indonesia, Australia's foreign minister said on Wednesday
Researchers say Big Island residents living downwind from Kilauea volcano may face elevated health risks from exposure to high levels of sulfur dioxide and aerosol particulates.
A tremor with the magnitude of 3.6 on the open-ended Richter scale hit the outskirts of Bandar Lengeh in thesouthern province of Hormuzgan on Tuesday afternoon.
The March issue of GEOLOGY covers a wide variety of potentially newsworthy subjects. Topics include: revised age estimate for the Jurassic-Cretaceous boundary;
The earthquake that triggered Asia's tsunami has moved, twisted and tilted India's Andaman and Nicobar islands, raising some out of sea and sinking large parts of others.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft continues making new and exciting discoveries. New findings include wandering and rubble-pile moons; new and clumpy Saturn rings; splintering storms and a dynamic magnetosphere.
Cassini-Huygens supplied new evidence about why Titan has an atmosphere, making it unique among all solar system moons, a University of Arizona planetary scientist says.
When two rovers landed on opposite sides of Mars a little over a year ago, they carried a 90-day warranty: that was all the working lifetime the designers of Spirit and Opportunity would promise.
A small earthquake struck Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley on Saturday, and there were no immediate reports of damage or injury, authorities said.
Hopes of finding evidence that organic life gained a toe-hold on Mars appear to be brightening. To be sure, no one yet has uncovered direct evidence for life there.
The oldest instrumental earthquakes have occurred at 20:29:43 on 7 January 1959. The coordinates of its epicenter are as follows;
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