It seems there was a connection between tides and earthquakes after all.
The Mars InSight lander has sensed a quake within the planet.
This means a couple of extra seconds which could make all the difference in a life or death situation.
These are not your average mermaids, however.
Seismic waves can either be body waves or surface waves — but the full story is far more complex.
It’s amazing how we can learn things about the very depths of our planet.
Previously, researchers were able to predict when and how strong an aftershock will be. The new findings complement the big picture.
This could also be used to study ocean noise and sealife migration.
If you want to understand something, you need to study it closely.
It’s an innovative idea that could one day be instrumental in protecting elephants.
The quakes will help scientists learn more about Mars’ interior.
It’s like forensics, but for earthquakes.
Listen closely, and the volcano will share its secrets.
It’s finally time to put this myth to rest.
This planet is restless to its core.
When all we’re after is catchy headlines, science often falls in the background.
A new study confirmed that oil and gas exploitation in the US can generate a surprising number of earthquakes.
A stunning app put together by Smithsonian’s Global Volcanism Project.
Most waves form due to winds or tides, but tsunamis have a different cause altogether.