Improvements to NASA’s satellite imaging technology have allowed scientists to create crystal-clear weather models to more accurately predict hurricanes and severe weather events.
The United States Fish and Wildlife Service announced a plan to pump $20 million into habitat restoration efforts for monarch butterflies over the next five years.
Scientists in Antarctica have confirmed that neutrinos discovered deep in the ice come from sources like black holes in distant galaxies.
The space agency reports that internet rumors of a giant meteorite hurtling toward Earth were completely unfounded and baseless.
The Sumatran rhino is one of Asia’s most unusual creatures. Dubbed the “hairy rhino”, due to the reddish-brown fur that covers its body, it is the smallest rhino species on Earth.
The resolution quality of today’s NASA weather models is ten times better than it was during Katrina’s era. Today’s models can depict weather patterns with a resolution of just under 4 miles; in 2005, most images had a resolution of about 30 miles.
Researchers at Columbia University have released an alarming study explaining how climate change is making the drought in California even more extreme.
A new study casts light on the way gas giant planets like Jupiter and Saturn formed from just a handful of pebbles blasting through space.
Scientists at the IceCube Observatory at the South Pole have confirmed the existence of cosmic neutrinos, strange particles from beyond the Milky Way.
New fossils reveal the hunting habits of early canines.