Solving the mystery of how water arrived on Earth

Giant underwater 'oceans'

The longstanding mystery of how water arrived on Earth, it’s now maybe solved. It was in our Planet all along!

By |December 19, 2014|Categories: Discoveries

Life on Earth could have started from Asteroid impact

Asteroid impact

Life on Earth could have started from an Asteroid impact, resolving one of the central problems of the origin of life.

By |December 10, 2014|Categories: Astronomy

Geoid- Earth’s gravitational model


Geoid the Potsdam potato gravitational model, shows variations in Earth’s gravity.

By |December 1, 2014|Categories: Astronomy

Planet Earth in amazing 4K timelapse

Planet Earth in 4K timelapse

A stunning timelapse of Earth in 4K resolution, as imaged by the geostationary Elektro-L weather satellite, located 40,000 km above the Indian ocean.

By |November 21, 2014|Categories: Space

A Year in the Life of Earth’s CO2

A Year in the Life of Earth's CO2

A year in the life of Earth’s CO2 in this high-resolution NASA computer model, a stunning new look at how carbon dioxide in the atmosphere travels around the globe.   Watch the video…

By |November 19, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena

All the planets can fit between the Earth and the Moon

All the planets in the solar system

All the planets of the Solar System could fit within the average distance between the Earth and the Moon!

By |October 28, 2014|Categories: Astronomy

Earth’s magnetic field could flip within a human lifetime

magnetic field of Erth

New study finds Earth’s magnetic field that protects life from energetic particles from the sun and cosmic rays, could flip within a human lifetime. It can take just 100 years to flip.   Image © ESA

By |October 17, 2014|Categories: Astronomy

Antarctica’s Ice Loss is affecting Earth’s Gravity

Antarctica's Ice Loss

Antarctica‘s ice loss is significant enough to affect Earth’s gravity. The gravity loss is very little but indicates big changes in ice coverage.

By |October 6, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena

Chances of Finding Alien Life Greatly Increased

water in our oceans may be older than the sun

The recent discovery that the water in our oceans may be older than the sun has increased the chance for discovering life on exoplanets.   Image © wikimedia

By |September 30, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena

50 ways your Home can Save the Earth – infographic

Save the Earth

In this very well made infographic you can find not only 10, but 50 things you can do in your home to reduce the negative impact you have on the environment and your pocket.

By |September 25, 2014|Categories: Green Energy