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A mysterious shock wave reportedly CRACKED Earth’s magnetosphere that protects our planet from dangerous space radiation.
Since the emergence of the first humans in Africa over two million years ago the world’s population has continually increased.
From hundreds of kilometres above Earth, French astronaut Thomas Pesquet told AFP he felt helpless watching fires rage across the planet.
A potentially hazardous asteroid will be zipping past Earth today at 33 000 kilometres per hour (km/h) TODAY. Here is more information.
Earth is under a solar storm warning for TODAY due to the chance of a minor G1-class geomagnetic storm hitting our planet.
Earth is under a solar storm warning for Wednesday due to the chance of a minor G1-class geomagnetic storm hitting our planet.
David Attenborough’s new doccie, ‘The Year Earth Changed’, explores what happened in nature when the world ‘shut down’ due to the coronavirus.
Earth Hour starts at 20:30 on Saturday 27 March.
The dreaded Asteroid Apophis is here…
New research confirmed that Apophis is picking up speed and “might cause chaos” when it eventually reaches us.
David Attenborough’s latest series ‘A Perfect Planet’ features otters, bears, giant tortoises, iguanas, volcanoes and much more.
Observations from NASA show that the asteroid is zooming through the solar system at an astonishing 3.7 kilometres per second – or more than 13,000 kilometres per hour.
Latvian start-up Eventech are building high-precision timers by hand in the lab, to help Earth dodge asteroids.
Researchers want to study every square inch of planet Earth. The problem is that some areas are challenging for humans to get to in order to monitor.
Scientists should be able to create magnetic fields on Earth that rival the strength of those seen in black holes and neutron stars.
Researchers created a set of criteria for planets to qualify as potentially ‘superhabitable’.
The moon is constantly bombarded by cosmic radiation and there is no protection on the lunar surface from these potentially dangerous particles.
Earth has changed dramatically since its early days. Use this map to see what your hometown looked like millions of years ago.
Water covers 70% of the Earth’s surface and is crucial to life as we know it, but how it got here has been a longstanding scientific debate.
The rapid changes are associated with the local weakening of the earth’s magnetic field.
From the dawn of time, humans have been looking up to the stars, wondering if we were alone in the universe or if there are indeed other habitable exoplanets like ours out there.
Gareth Dorrian, Post Doctoral Research Fellow in Space Science and Ian Whittaker, Lecturer in Physics, breaks down four astronomical discoveries.
The explosive growth and success of human society over the past 10 000 years has been underpinned by a distinct range of climate conditions.