The oldest known fossil in the world has been found in Greenland by researchers and is believed to be 3.7 billion years ago, which is 220 million years earlier than the prior oldest known fossil found in Australia.
Meteorites had crashed into the earth a billion years ago, and along with it was the essential nutrient vital to terrestrial life. According to scientists, meteorites had brought phosphorous into earth, which is vital to the evolution of life on the planet.
It is a known fact that the Earth has one moon, but scientists have spotted a mini moon that is orbiting around the planet. The mini moon goes by the name 2016 HO3. Yet, the said mini moon is technically an asteroid.
A team of scientists from Japan has, for the first time, Detected a rare phenomenon called the "weather bomb." This deep-Earth tremor caused by an elusive kind of seismic wave called the S wave could hold the key to the secrets of the Earth's interior.
Italy's recent earthquake reveals there are a lot of terrors beneath the ground that no man can stop.
On March 17, 2015, a shockwave caused by the driving force of a coronal mass ejection from the Sun struck the Earth’s magnetic field and triggered a geomagnetic storm. NASA’s Van Allen Probes have fortunately captured the effects of the storm on the radiation belts.
Moon Express, the first private company to be granted a permission to conduct a mission beyond the Earth's orbit will also take human ashes to space for those want the vastness of the universe to be their final resting place.
CubeSats are set to launched to International Space Station in a mission to study the lower thermosphere of the Earth.
Experts identified the top 20 exoplanets that can potentially hold water and possibly, alien life.
The phenomenon called Pangea Proxima is predicted to occur 250 million years from now and will pull in together to form one supercontinent
Scientists listed 20 exoplanets from NASA’s Kepler mission that are likely to be second earth.
Watch as EPIC satellite captures 365 days of the Earth from space.
A new study suggests that iron-rich, low-oxygen ocean is the most likely cause of the delayed recovery of the Earth after the mass extinction event 252 million years ago.
In a rare entertaining footage captured by NASA, the Earth was photobombed by the moon during a lunar transit.