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Scientists probe Earth's core
By observing distant earthquakes, researchers at the University of Calgary have revealed new clues about the top of the Earth's core in a paper published in the May edition of the journal Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors. (2010-04-28)
Could interstellar ice provide the answer to birth of DNA?
Researchers at the University of York have shown that molecules brought to earth in meteorite strikes could potentially be converted into the building blocks of DNA. (2017-09-14)
Sun spits out 2 CMEs
The sun recently erupted with two coronal mass ejections (CMEs). (2013-03-13)
Sun shoots out 2 coronal mass ejections
On Jan. 23, 2013, at 9:55 a.m. EST, the sun erupted with an Earth-directed coronal mass ejection, or CME. (2013-01-24)
Astronomers Find New Class Of Asteroid
University of Hawaii astronomers have discovered a new type of asteroid,whose orbits lie completely within the orbit of the Earth. (1998-07-01)
Landscapes from the ancient and eroded lunar far side
This image, taken by the advanced Moon Imaging Experiment (AMIE) on board ESA's SMART-1 spacecraft, shows a highly-eroded highland area on the lunar far side, close to the equator. (2006-07-14)
Eurockot to launch 2 ESA Earth observation missions
ESA has awarded a contract to Eurockot for the launch of two of its Earth observation missions. (2010-04-09)
Digitizing earth: developing a cyberinfrastructure for the geosciences
The world is buzzing with the hum of servers containing terabytes of the world's collective datasets. (2013-08-20)
Water was present during birth of Earth
New research by The University of Manchester and the Carnegie Institution of Washington is to make scientists rethink their understanding of how Earth formed. (2010-05-13)
EARTH: Moon could have formed from Earth after all
The idea of a moon-forming collision is not new: The Giant Impact Theory put forth in the 1970s suggested the moon resulted from a collision with a protoplanet. (2013-02-05)
Earth-directed CME released by long duration solar flare
On Feb. 9, 2013 at 2:30 a.m. EST, the sun erupted with an Earth-directed coronal mass ejection or CME, associated with a long duration C2.4-class flare. (2013-02-11)
A 'swarm' of satellites for a unique look inside the Earth
ESA's Earth Observation Programme Board has just decided which of the six Earth Explorer candidate missions, presented earlier in April at the User Consultation Meeting, will be developed and launched. (2004-06-03)
Getting closer to the Lord of the Rings
This time next year, ESA's Huygens spaceprobe will be descending through the atmosphere of Saturn's largest moon, becoming the first spacecraft to land on a body in the outer Solar System. (2004-01-16)
Rivers on Titan, one of Saturn's moons, resemble those on Earth
Recent evidence from the Huygens Probe of the Cassini Mission suggests that Titan, the largest moon orbiting Saturn, is a world where rivers of liquid methane sculpt channels in continents of ice. (2005-12-05)
Earth-Moon observations from Venus Express
A recent check of the VIRTIS imaging spectrometer during the Venus Express commissioning phase has allowed its first remote-sensing data to be acquired, using Earth and the Moon as a reference. (2005-11-28)
Influx of earth-bound positrons must have exotic origin, study suggests
The excess positrons arriving at Earth must have a more exotic origin than nearby pulsars, report researchers. (2017-11-16)
Why we live on Earth and not Venus
Compared to its celestial neighbours Venus and Mars, Earth is a pretty habitable place. (2015-07-21)
Mapping the risks of hurricane disasters
The Natural Disaster Hotspots report released earlier this year showed that the U.S. (2005-09-26)
Kasting receives NAS Early Earth & Life Sciences Award
James F. Kasting, Evan Pugh University Professor of Geosciences, will receive the 2015 National Academy of Sciences Award in Early Earth and Life Sciences. (2016-01-27)
Studying magnetic space explosions with NASA missions
Magnetic explosions happen constantly all across the universe, and new results with NASA's ARTEMIS mission help explain how near-Earth explosions convert energy into heat and propel particles toward Earth. (2017-03-09)
EARTH Magazine: Warring trolls explanation for mysterious basalt pillars revised
A complex interaction between lava and water, rather than a fight between mythical troll-beasts of lore, is responsible for the occurrence of rare terrestrial basalt pillars. (2014-02-03)
EARTH: Dinologue -- a dino blog brings the Mesozoic to life, and EARTH Magazine reviews it in the July 2015 issue. (2015-07-06)
Scientists weather a space storm to find its origin
A team of researchers from the UK and France used SOHO, ACE and the four Cluster spacecraft to study a huge eruption on the Sun, tracing its progress from birth to when it reached Earth. (2005-08-03)
Sunspot 1283 bristling with flares: An X1.8 and an M6.7
A third and fourth flare have erupted from sunspot 1283. (2011-09-08)
Columbia U to develop first international registry of solid earth samples
The Solid Earth Sample Registry (SESAR) will address the urgent need for unique sample identifiers so that sample-based data can be shared and preserved. (2004-11-18)
Does dark matter cause mass extinctions and geologic upheavals?
Research by New York University Biology Professor Michael Rampino concludes that Earth's infrequent but predictable path around and through our Galaxy's disc may have a direct and significant effect on geological and biological phenomena occurring on Earth. (2015-02-19)
NASA's MMS breaks Guinness World Record
NASA's Magnetospheric Multiscale mission, or MMS, is breaking records. MMS now holds the Guinness World Record for highest altitude fix of a GPS signal. (2016-11-04)
Salty water and gas sucked into Earth's interior helps unravel planetary evolution
An international team of scientists has provided new insights into the processes behind the evolution of the planet by demonstrating how salty water and gases transfer from the atmosphere into the Earth's interior. (2011-09-25)
Delft research increases understanding of Earth's magnetic field
Research recently conducted at Delft University of Technology marks an important step forward in understanding the origins of the Earth's magnetic field. (2007-03-09)
EGU General Assembly 2010
The European Geosciences Union General Assembly will take place from May 2-7, 2010, in Vienna, Austria. (2010-03-26)
Interplanetary Dust May Cause Climate Change, Gradual Extinction
Space dust in the earth's atmosphere and changes in the planet's orbit may have started the gradual extinction of dinosaurs and other life thousands of years before a massive asteroid collision dealt the final blow, according to research from the University of Florida and the Carnegie Institution of Washington. (1998-05-07)
Geophysicists challenge traditional theory underlying the origin of mid-plate volcanoes
Geophysicists from Virginia Tech and Caltech point to a super-hot layer beneath the tectonic plates as the place of origin for volcanoes, as opposed to deep within the Earth's core. (2014-12-04)
EARTH Magazine: Old photos help scientists relocate 1906 San Francisco quake rupture point
Geoscientists using every resource available to them -- from bare-earth LIDAR technology to knowledge of turn-of-the-century fashion -- have helped correct a 100-year-old mistake about where the San Andreas Fault rupture point was for the historic 1906 earthquake. (2013-11-26)
1999 Global Change media directory now available
The NASA Earth Observing System Global Change Media Directory 1999 provides journalists with a ready source of international expertise on global climate change science and policy. (1999-08-19)
EARTH: Oil and water help US win World War II
The US had two key strategic advantages over the Axis in World War II: oil and water. (2011-02-15)
NASA sees sun emit mid-level flare
The sun emitted a mid-level solar flare, peaking at 1:32 pm EDT on May 3, 2013. (2013-05-03)
NASA's STEREO detects a CME from the sun
On 5:24 a.m. EDT on May 17, 2013, the sun erupted with an Earth-directed coronal mass ejection or CME, a solar phenomenon that can send billions of tons of solar particles into space that can reach Earth one to three days later and affect electronic systems in satellites and on the ground. (2013-05-17)
Geophysicist to speak in Montreal on why the Earth 'wobbles'
University of Nevada research geophysicist Geoff Blewitt will present his findings on why the Earth wobbles in a lecture, (2004-05-19)
Earth-directed coronal mass ejection from the sun
The sun erupted with an Earth-directed coronal mass ejection, a solar phenomenon that can send billions of tons of solar particles into space and can reach Earth one to three days later and affect electronic systems in satellites and on the ground. (2013-03-15)
EARTH: 2012
Dec. 21, 2012 -- the purported last day of a 5,125-year cycle in the Mesoamerican calendar -- has been added to an endless list of days when the world has been expected to end. (2012-07-24)
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