A 4.7 Magnitude quake was one of three in California on the anniversary of the Fukushima disaster.
Australian researchers have developed a substance that looks and behaves like soil from the moon’s surface and can be mixed with polymers to create ‘lunar concrete’.
The Grand Canyon may have been around during the time of the dinosaurs, which is much older than scientists previously thought.
Fossil hunters can now use artificial intelligence to look for rich sites with a new method that saves time and helps take luck out of the equation.
NASA’s Curiosity “ingested its first solid sample” of soil on Mars for analysis, the U.S. space agency said Thursday.
Water trapped inside lunar soils probably comes from the solar wind—the steady stream of charged particles from the sun.
A recently discovered super-Earth orbiting a nearby star may be at least one-third diamond.
For the first time in history, dust grains captured from an asteroid in space are now being analyzed back on Earth to yield insights into how these space rocks develop.
A huge asteroid strike about 2.5 million years ago in the South Pacific could have caused a mega-tsunami and even changed the Earth’s climate, according to a new Australian study.
A little known granite marking located in the Eastern Transvaal, South Africa, could provide evidence that giants once roamed the Earth.