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One Year on Earth – from 1 Million Miles

One Year on Earth – from 1 Million Miles (1)

NASA released the first image of the sunlit side of Earth captured by the space agency’s EPIC camera on NOAA’s DSCOVR satellite.

By | Jul 22, 2016|Categories: Natural phenomena|Tags: |

What would we look like in 50 years?

What would we look like in 50 years

Take a look at this infographic on what our life on Earth will be, the next 50 years

By | Jul 14, 2016|Categories: Technology news|Tags: , |

Finally good news for our Planet

Finally good news for our Planet 1

Ozone hole, Earth‘s protective layer, is finally healing.

By | Jul 1, 2016|Categories: Physics|Tags: |

We have a second ‘mini’ Moon!

We have a second mini Moon

A small asteroid has been discovered, that has an orbit around the sun that keeps it as a constant companion of Earth.

By | Jun 20, 2016|Categories: Astronomy|Tags: , |

How NAAMES is helping the environment?

How NAAMES is helping the environment

NASA’s North Atlantic Aerosols and Marine Ecosystems Study (NAAMES) took to the sea and air to investigate the world’s largest plankton bloom and how it gives rise to small organic particles that leave the ocean and end up in the atmosphere, ultimately influencing clouds and climate.

By | Jun 15, 2016|Categories: Natural phenomena|Tags: , , |

This is How Earth Moves

This is How Earth Moves

Take a look at this informative video by Vsauce, about the way Earth moves in space, affecting time zones and seasons…

By | Jun 14, 2016|Categories: Astronomy|Tags: |

How Long to Fall through the Earth?

How Long to Fall through the Earth

How long would it take to fall through Earth, if that would be possible?   Watch the video by Minute Physics…

By | May 26, 2016|Categories: Physics|Tags: |

Earth’s Magnetic Reconnection in Action

Earth's Magnetic Reconnection in Action

NASA’s MMS captures Earth‘s magnetic reconnection in action.  This short video outlines the MMS mission and its first results…

By | May 16, 2016|Categories: Natural phenomena|Tags: , |

The force that protects our planet

The force that protects our planet (1)

The magnetic field and electric currents in and around Earth generate complex forces that have immeasurable impact on every day life.

By | May 12, 2016|Categories: Astronomy|Tags: , |

Earth’s surface is moving up and down ‘like a yo-yo’

Earth’s surface is moving up and down

Researchers create first detailed global map of flow within the Earth’s mantle, and they find out that the surface is moving up and down “like a yo-yo.”

By | May 10, 2016|Categories: Natural phenomena|Tags: , |


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