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.

Amazing views of Earth captured by NOAA’s latest weather satellite

The level of detail is exceptional.

Making babies on Mars will be challenging and might even lead to a new species of humans

Are we ready for the biggest ethical challenges mankind has ever faced?

Despite their violent impacts, asteroids could still deposit water on Earth

Ever wondered where the water you drink truly comes from?

Japan stumbles upon massive, “semi-infinite” underwater treasure trove of rare earth elements

Cheaper smartphones ahoy!

NASA Explores the Use of Robotic Bees on Mars

Marsbees could cover a lot more ground on the Red Planet than sluggish rovers.

Silicon-based life on Earth? Only artificially, so far — but maybe natural on other planets

A team of researchers forced bacteria to create carbon-silicon bonds, and their experiment showcases why life on our planet chose carbon.

The moon may have formed from a giant spinning donut of vaporized rock

Homer Simpson is drooling over this story.

The Search for Alien Life: We Have Been Looking in the Wrong Places

If there are any, aliens should be less conspicuous and charismatic-looking than most people think.

Ever wanted to see how far apart the Earth and the Moon are? Well, now you can

It’s not exactly accurate, but it’s a dazzling display.

The Earth whispers in a low hum that’s now been recorded for the 1st time underwater

This planet is restless to its core.

NASA records 20 years of changing seasons in new global map

The ebb of 20 years worth of seasons condensed in 2.5 minutes.

The Ever-changing and Skepticized Van Allen Belts

Each of the two belts surrounds the Earth in a sort of doughnut-shaped formation.