If the Earth is spinning to the east at 1000 miles per hour… why can’t we fly west more easily? Watch the video…
Scientists proposed that Earth might be surrounded by long filaments of dark matter, or “hairs.”
“The delicate fingerprints of water imprinted on the sand. The #StoryOfWater.” The area photographed is located in Oman, approximately 20 km to the west-northwest of Hamra Al Drooa.
Water is something most of take for granted. Yet, only 1% of the water on Earth is drinkable. Take a look at this infographic 5 facts you need to know about water, before it’s gone.
In almost real time, the full, sunlit side of the Earth, available every day from a new NASA’s website.
Satellite and airborne sensors won’t cure the Earth. But they promise the clearest picture yet of its various ailments. Image credit Gregory Asner/Carnegie Institution for Science/National Geographic
Spherical LAGEOS-I is a passive research satellite of NASA, helping us measure the shape of Earth. Image credit NASA
Chile sitting along the southeast edge of the Pacific “Ring of Fire,” is used to earthquakes and tsunamis. The strongest quake on record was recorded in 1960, and at least three “great” quakes have hit the country since 2000.
Amazing images of our planet from Google‘s Earth View, a collection of 1,500 of the most beautiful satellite view photographs.
The first global map of subatomic particles called antineutrino, of natural and human-made sources. Credit: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency/AGM2015
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