In this video, we look at the terrifying discoveries scientists made under the Sahara desert!
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Earth’s ‘Eye of Sahara’ resembling Mars, captured by ESA astronaut on the International Space Station.
A huge Saharan dust plume streaming over the North Atlantic Ocean, beginning on June 13.
About 7,000 years ago, a vast lake spread hundreds of square kilometers across north-central Africa, the biggest lake on Earth today.
In an effort to fight climate change, the Sahara Desert could be going green… literally.
On Sunday, snow fell in Ain Sefra, an Algerian town in the Northern Sahara Desert.
Snow on the edge of the Sahara African Desert is rare. On December 19, 2016, snow fell on the Algerian town of Ain Sefra, which
Sahara desert captured from the Space Station’s EarthKAM, programmed middle school students.
The Saharan silver ant is one of the terrestrial living organisms, best adapted to tolerate high temperatures.
A new giant solar plant under development in the desert country of Morocco, is poised to take advantage of the ample Saharan sunlight.