This new detailed Moon map represents a seamless, globally consistent, 1:5,000,000-scale geologic map derived from the six digitally renovated geologic maps.
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Artists created a robotic installation that sorts and organizes river pebbles based on their geological age.
A Geological Timescale infocraphic based on 6016 years on geological history. According to this timetable, after the jump, the last dinosaur died in 1927. Image
Early magma ocean identified in Greenland rocks, which tells of a time when Earth was almost entirely molten.
Scientists re-imagine world map, designing a less distorted, ‘radically different’ way to see the world.
The saltwater reservoir just discovered on Dwarf Planet Ceres, is about 25 miles (40 kilometers) deep and hundreds of miles wide.
Scientists gearing up to explore mysterious 425-foot underwater sinkholes off the coast of Florida.
New research shows that the early Earth, may have been a real-life “waterworld”—without a continent in sight.
About 7,000 years ago, a vast lake spread hundreds of square kilometers across north-central Africa, the biggest lake on Earth today.