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Sponsored links are marketed as a sure-fire way to lure consumers to specific Web sites, but a Penn State study shows ...
the ESA Huygens probe arrived at Saturn's largest satellite, Titan. After a faultless descent through the dense atmosphere...
India's only volcano on Barren Island is all set to become a tourist destination, perhaps as early as this weekend.
US researchers claim to have discovered a planet similar to Earth some 15 light years away.
A magnitude 7.0 earthquake erupted beneath the seafloor about 90 miles west-southwest of Crescent City on Tuesday night, resulting in a short-lived tsunami warning for the California coastline.
In places such as the Pacific Rim, the sea floor collides with and is pushed below the land masses that border the ocean. This process of "subduction
A strong earthquake measuring 6.8 on the Richter scale struck Alaska's Aleutian islands, according to the US Geological Survey.
A group of U.S. researchers today said they have discovered an Earth-like planet that is 15 light years away from Earth.
The provocative idea that climatically driven erosion could govern tectonic deformation has instigated a decade of geodynamic models[1-3] and geological studies[4,5] that explore potential climate-tectonic feedbacks.
The world's preeminent planet hunters have discovered the most Earth-like extrasolar planet yet: a possibly rocky world about 7.5 times as massive as the Earth.
The provocative idea that climatically driven erosion could govern tectonic
In 1783 a volcanic eruption decimated Iceland's population and created a choking fog that fell on England - a new study suggests it caused 30,000 further deaths
Scientists are continually exploring different aspects of hurricanes to increase the understanding of how they behave.
"Direct satellite measurements of carbon dioxide will have as dramatic an impact as the Hubble Space Telescope within the Earth science field," ...