How much of the Earth can you see at once?
Pictured on the left, Earth is the pale blue dot just below the rings of Saturn, as captured by the robotic Cassini spacecraft then orbiting
“This is the video future generations will be wishing everyone watched today.” – Leonardo DiCaprio
As he prepares to conclude his stay aboard the orbiting laboratory this week, astronaut Nick Hague shared this majestic Earth photo from Space Station saying:
Scientists confirm that dust from a giant asteroid crash, some 460 million years ago, caused an ancient ice age.
September 2019 equinox is taking place on 23th at 07:50 UTC. Happy autumn Northern Hemisphere, happy spring Southern Hemisphere.
Scientists took images of habitable planet Earth and transformed them into what alien astronomers light-years away would see.
The Earth’s magnetic poles are constantly shifting, and scientists believe they’ve figured out why.
Yes, for just another year, we have already used up all of Earth’s resources for the year.
The Earth is perfectly spaced from the Sun, in Habitable Zone, to allow life to function on this planet, but what if the Earth drifted