Solar paint could be the future of clean energy. Researchers developed a new compound that can turn solar energy and water vapor into fuel.
NASA will create colorful artificial clouds in the sky in order to study the Earth's ionosphere. They will launch canisters filled with vapor and chemicals that are expected to react when they come in contact with sunlight.
Colder cities tend to have higher rates of excessive alcohol consumption and alcohol-attributable liver cirrhosis.
New mathematical model to explain how a massive bloom of phytoplankton is growing under the Arctic sea ice.
Ultraviolet radiation from the sun could exacerbate the toxicity of the contaminants called polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) from oil spills.
NASA celebrates the 10th year anniversary of its STEREO mission that is observing the Sun.
A rare and stunning moonbow was captured last Sunday by Ben Gwynne, right after he took a photo of another rare super moon in Yorkshire. The super moon is called "Hunter's Moon" -- also called "blood moon" -- is one of the rarest supermoons to be observed in the sky. Most probably, the Hunter's Moon's light caused the moonbow to appear as well.
A man captures a poignant yet inspiring sight of a light that beams off World Trade Center last Thursday. The said photo went viral after it was posted on Twitter days before the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attack.
Scientists created a new nanostructured material capable of harnessing 50 percent of the sunlight's energy to disinfect surrounding water.
Aside from sunlight, other light sources outside the Milky Way galaxy also reaches the Earth.
According to The Vision Council, 1 in 3 adults do not wear sunglasses, but its millennials that are least likely to protect their vision.
Mysterious environmental factors combined to create a rare effect at Yosemite National Park's Horsetail Falls earlier this month.
Plants growing in close quarters constantly compete for sunlight, which is essential to their survival. When a plants is shaded from the sun – either by a cloud overhead or competing plant growing next to it – light sensors kick in to trigger growth.
Turbid or cloudy waters may help corals survive climate change by shading the iconic reefs from excess, damaging sun exposure.