Climate warming is definitely, for sure, no doubt about it, our fault, says new study

More like “yet another new study.”

Earth’s core is a lot like oil and vinegar — in a way

Our planet is one big salad.

Half of all water in the oceans may have come from ancient asteroid collisions

The mystery of Earth’s water may have been solved by a team of Japanese researchers.

Ocean of magma blasted into space may explain how the moon formed

Finally, a theory that explains how the moon formed that isn’t too over the top.

Alien-world-hunting satellite finds its first Earth-sized planet

Researchers had hoped that at least 300 of them would be the size of our home planet. Well, they found one.

This new approach to spotting incoming asteroids should keep our planet safe

“With the [new method] we can spot objects regardless of their surface color, and use it to measure their sizes and other surface properties,” said the researchers.

Planetary fragments orbiting dead star hints at what Earth’s final days might look like

The surviving fragments of planet orbiting a white dwarf have been found by a team of astronomers.

What causes the seasons?

It’s all in the tilt.

Earth’s inner core became solid just in time to save the planet

Drama, suspense, plot twists — science has it all!

Earth’s oldest rock was actually found on the moon and brought home by Apollo 14

This rock has quite the backstory.

Mars-sized planetary impact may have seeded ingredients for life on Earth

New insights into how life appeared on Earth — but also possibly on other planets.

Researchers find a new class of planets, made of sapphires and rubies


Earth has two additional ‘moons’ entirely made of dust

The huge clouds of dust closely orbiting Earth could affect the safety of future space explorations.

Earth’s green history may help scientists spot plant life on alien planets

Thanks, plants!

Earth wobbles as it spins, and humans are responsible for a third of this effect

Since the early 20th century, Earth’s axis has shifted by more than 10 meters.

The Earth is flat out spherical — here’s why, and why we’re sure

The only thing flat earthers fear is sphear itself!

All this time, outer space was secretly much closer than we thought

Tricksy, tricksy space.

Earth is much more rivery than we’ve suspected, satellite data reveals

Earth’s rivers cover an area roughly the size of Texas, the team reports.

The Earth had continental crust much earlier than thought — potentially life, too

The Earth’s ‘young’ phase might have been much shorter than we assume.

The moon is moving away from Earth and this is making days longer

Early Earth had 5-hour days.