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University of Tennessee research uncovers forces that hold gravity-defying near-earth asteroid together
A University of Tennessee research team studied near-Earth asteroid 1950 DA and discovered that the body, which rotates so quickly it defies gravity, is held together by cohesive forces called van der Waals, never detected before on an asteroid. (2014-08-13)
Asteroid attacks significantly altered ancient Earth
New research shows that more than four billion years ago, the surface of Earth was heavily reprocessed as a result of giant asteroid impacts. (2014-07-31)
SwRI-led team's research shows giant asteroids battered early Earth
A new terrestrial bombardment model developed by an international group of scientists led by Southwest Research Institute indicates that Earth's surface was heavily reprocessed -- or melted, mixed and buried -- as a result of giant asteroid impacts more than four billion years ago. (2014-07-31)
NASA's IceCube no longer on ice
NASA's Science Mission Directorate has chosen a team at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., to build its first Earth science-related CubeSat mission. (2014-07-30)
Mercury's magnetic field tells scientists how its interior is different from Earth's
Mercury's interior is different from the Earth's interior in a way that explains Mercury's bizarre magnetic field, UCLA planetary physicists report. (2014-07-29)
Researchers discover cool-burning flames in space, could lead to better engines on earth
A team of international researchers has discovered a new type of cool burning flames that could lead to cleaner, more efficient engines for cars. (2014-07-28)
A new approach in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence: targeting alien polluters
Humanity is on the threshold of being able to detect signs of alien life on other worlds. (2014-07-23)
UEA research shows oceans vital for possibility for alien life
Researchers at the University of East Anglia have made an important step in the race to discover whether other planets could develop and sustain life. (2014-07-20)
EARTH Magazine: Parasites spread across the Arctic under the 'new normal'
The last several decades have seen Arctic sea-ice minimums drop by more than half in area and more than three-quarters in volume. (2014-07-14)
Landsat looks to the moon
Every full moon, Landsat 8 turns its back on Earth. (2014-07-11)
NMR under pressure: Reproducing deep-Earth chemistry
A new pressure cell invented by UC Davis researchers makes it possible to simulate chemical reactions deep in the Earth's crust. (2014-07-11)
NASA MESSENGER and STEREO measurements open new window into high-energy processes on the sun
Understanding the sun from afar isn't easy. NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft -- which orbits Mercury, and so is as close as 28 million miles from the sun versus Earth's 93 million miles -- is near enough to the sun to detect solar neutrons that are created in solar flares. (2014-07-09)
NASA's SDO spots a summer solar flare
The sun emitted a mid-level solar flare, peaking at 12:20 p.m. (2014-07-08)
EARTH Magazine: Preserving Peru's petrified forest
Tucked high in the Andes Mountains of northern Peru is a remarkable fossil locality: a 39-million-year-old petrified forest preserved in nearly pristine condition: stumps, full trees, leaves and all. (2014-07-07)
Earth-Kind roses analyzed for salt tolerance
A greenhouse study conducted at two locations in Texas evaluated 18 Earth-Kind rose cultivars' response to two salinity levels at electrical conductivity of 1.2 and 10.0 dSm-1. (2014-06-30)
High CO2 levels cause warming in the tropics
Higher concentrations of carbon dioxide, CO2, in the atmosphere cause warming not only at high latitudes but also across tropical regions, according to new research by scientists at the University of Bristol, UK's Cabot Institute and their collaborators. (2014-06-29)
EARTH Magazine: Rosetta off to decipher a comet's secrets
The Rosetta spacecraft launched on March 2, 2004, to study Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. (2014-06-27)
Mysterious features on Titan reveal the moon's seasonal changes, says Stanford scientist
Bright spots in a large lake on Titan suggest that Saturn's largest moon supports processes similar to Earth's water cycle. (2014-06-27)
Springer to collaborate with Japan Geoscience Union on new open access journal
Springer and the Japan Geoscience Union, the organization that represents most of the earth and planetary science societies in Japan, have launched the new open access journal Progress in Earth and Planetary Science. (2014-06-23)
SwRI-led CubeSat mission selected by NASA to study solar particles and space weather
NASA has selected Southwest Research Institute to develop CuSPP, a CubeSat mission to study Solar Particles over the Earth's Poles. (2014-06-18)
The solar wind breaks through the Earth's magnetic field
Space is not empty. A wind of charged particles blows outwards from the Sun, carrying a magnetic field with it. (2014-06-11)
EARTH Magazine: Dueling dinosaurs hit the auction block
Last November, fossils were put on the block at Bonhams auction house in New York City -- but they did not sell. (2014-06-11)
Syracuse University geologists confirm oxygen levels of ancient oceans
Geologists at the Syracuse University College of Arts and Sciences have discovered a new way to study oxygen levels in the Earth's oldest oceans. (2014-06-10)
NASA's SDO sees a summer solar flare
A solar flare bursts off the left limb of the sun in this image captured by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory on June 10, 2014, at 7:41 a.m. (2014-06-10)
From today, the Earth is around 60 million years older -- and so is the moon
Work presented today at the Goldschmidt Geochemistry Conference in Sacramento, California shows that the timing of the giant impact between Earth's ancestor and a planet-sized body occurred around 40 million years after the start of solar system formation. (2014-06-10)
55-year old dark side of the moon mystery solved
The Man in the Moon appeared when meteoroids struck the Earth-facing side of the moon creating large flat seas of basalt that we see as dark areas called maria. (2014-06-09)
Scientists may have identified echoes of ancient Earth
A previously unexplained isotopic ratio may represent the echoes of the ancient Earth, which existed prior to the proposed Theia collision 4.5 billion years ago. (2014-06-09)
Earth's breathable atmosphere a result of continents taking control of the carbon cycle
Scientists investigating one of the greatest riddles of the Earth's past may have discovered a mechanism to help determine how oxygen levels in the atmosphere expanded to allow life to evolve. (2014-06-09)
New isotopic evidence supporting moon formation via Earth collision with planet-sized body
A new series of measurements of oxygen isotopes provides increasing evidence that the moon formed from the collision of the Earth with another large, planet-sized astronomical body, around 4.5 billion years ago. (2014-06-05)
Has solar activity influence on the Earth's global warming?
Natural force can lead to the climate change of the Earth. (2014-06-04)
Early Earth
The range of conditions and compositions that have been proposed for Earth's early surface and atmosphere is considerable, from highly reducing and rich in organic compounds to essentially as oxidizing as today. (2014-06-03)
Harsh space weather may doom potential life on red-dwarf planets
Life in the universe might be even rarer than we thought. (2014-06-02)
'Neapolitan' exoplanets come in three flavors
The planets of our solar system come in two basic flavors, like vanilla and chocolate ice cream. (2014-06-02)
Astronomers find a new type of planet: The 'mega-Earth'
Astronomers announced today that they have discovered a new type of planet -- a rocky world weighing 17 times as much as Earth. (2014-06-02)
Two GOES-R instruments complete spacecraft integration
Two of the six instruments that will fly on NOAA's first Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite - R satellite have completed integration with the spacecraft. (2014-05-29)
NASA missions let scientists see moon's dancing tide from orbit
Scientists combined observations from two NASA missions to check out the moon's lopsided shape and how it changes under Earth's sway -- a response not seen from orbit before. (2014-05-29)
Four-billion-year-old rocks yield clues about Earth's earliest crust
UAlberta Ph.D. student's studies of ancient rocks show Earth's earliest crust generated in an Iceland-like setting. (2014-05-29)
EARTH magazine: The history, science and poetry of New England's stone walls
When author John-Manuel Andriote returned to his hometown in New England after years away, he noticed something that had been invisible to him while growing up there -- the old stone walls tumbling off into the forests. (2014-05-28)
Water in moon rocks provides clues and questions about lunar history
A recent review of hundreds of chemical analyses of moon rocks indicates that the amount of water in the moon's interior varies regionally -- revealing clues about how water originated and was redistributed in the moon. (2014-05-27)
Deep earth recycling of the oceanic floor
Scientists have recreated the extreme conditions 600 to 2900 km below the Earth's surface to investigate the melting of basalt in the oceanic tectonic plates. (2014-05-22)
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