The Earth has been continuously surprising scientists about new discoveries that help humans get to know their home planet. One of the latest mysteries that have been discovered is the "hidden river" of molten iron found to be running through northern countries such as Alaska, Canada, and Russia. How come it has only been discovered now?
The hot jet stream is now accelerating with speeds between 40 and 45 kilometers per year which is three times faster than typical speeds of liquid in the outer core.
Scientists from the University of Leeds and Technical University of Denmark discovered what appears to be jet stream moving at more than 40 kilometers per year within the Earth's molten core under 3,000 kilometers of rock.
Scientists have found that Proxima b, a potentially habitable exoplanet nearest to Earth, may frequently experience massive superflares from its star, making it less habitable than believed.
NASA’s Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission (MMS) now holds the Guinness World Record for the highest altitude fix of a GPS signal, just over a month after it successfully made the closest ever separation of a multispacecraft formation.
Proxima Centauri experiences regular activity cycle of starspots just like the sun.
A team of international scientists has discovered a new way to produce images of Earth’s interior. The new method could provide a new understanding of the Earth’s crust and help in studying interiors of other celestial bodies.
New levitating cups made of magnets will enhance restaurant customers’ drinking and dining experience.
Scientists created robotic microbeads that could deliver medicines in the body on a small scale.
Jupiter's massive magnetic field causes invisible turbulence, this, in turn, caused spooky sounds or "roar" to form when Juno crossed over from space to enter the planet's magnetic field.
Scientists were able to mimic the transformation of hydrogen from gas to liquid metal that occurs in gas planets. With the study they were able to identify an intermediate state where 'dark hydrogen' forms.
Russian scientist successfully developed a new magnetically-controlled drug that can be condensed into a blood clot and dissolve the clot 4,000 times better than ordinary enzyme-based drug.
For the first time, NASA was able to study the magnetic field from the center of the magnetic explosion, thanks to MMS spacecraft.
While it has long been known that eastern California's Mono Lake and Mono Craters were set above a volcanic system, new 3D images of the massive magma chambers beneath will help scientists make predictions for the next eruption, a study says.