The 17-stage journey started on March 2015 and ended on Tuesday, covering a total of 42,000 kilometers and taking in four continents, three seas and two oceans.
The wildfire has prompted the local government to order the evacuation of thousands of people in the northern area of Los Angeles.
For the eight time since 2004, Florida beaches are plagued by the green slime. Toxic algae bloom is becoming severe in the sunny state, that environmentalists claim it might just be the new norm. Also known as a cyanobacterium, the green algae is here to stay.
The waters of Iran’s Lake Urmia appeared to be blood-red in a recent satellite image by NASA.
A new study revealed that not only human activities, but also natural variability influences that temperature in the middle layer of the atmosphere.
A recent study has revealed that migratory birds could lose their breeding habitat in the Arctic region by 2070 if global warming continues.
This year's Perseid meteor shower is expected to yield twice its normal rate from 50 to 70 meteors per hour to 150 to 200.
Solar Impulse 2 sets off for Abu Dhabi on the last leg of its epic global journey.
It was the hottest June in records dating back to 1880, and the 14th consecutive month of record-breaking temperature surge.
A mysterious green foam bubbled through a roadway drain in Utah.
“Hell on Earth” has been recorded in a small region of Kuwait in the Middle East. The temperature recorded is said to be the highest and the hottest for 2016. Yet, according to records, Kuwait’s temperature fails to beat the hottest day in history which was on July 10, 1913 in Furnace Creek Ranch, Death Valley.
As it turns out, the oceans did not contain toxic sulphate, but instead, iron.
A new study showed that low-frequency earthquakes along the San Andreas Fault tend to occur during the waxing period of the tidal cycle.
The record-breaking mega-eruption that lasted for 180 days has produced a rare caldera collapse, a geological phenomenon that happens only for a number of times in a century.