A team of scientists has discovered a bizarre and deadly lake 3,300 feet below the surface of the Gulf of Mexico. Tagged as "Jacuzzi of Despair," unsuspecting marine animals that go or wander into the pool die instantly.
Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere have reached a critical threshold for the first time in history since 2014.
Unlike today, ancient Earth needed more heat because the Sun was 10 to 15 percent dimmer than what it's today. Researchers have refuted a long-held theory that the Earth, billions of years in the past, stayed warm with the help of methane.
A new study shows that global emissions of methane from oil and gas production and natural sources combined are 60 to 110 percent higher than the current estimates.
Scientists reveal the dark side of man-made water reservoirs, exposing that these dams produce a large amount of greenhouse gases -- particularly methane.
When the sun was dimmer, the Earth did not freeze up, and scientists had earlier believed it was because of methane. Now, a new study shatters this long-held assumption.
A mysterious ice cloud appeared again on Titan's stratosphere and there is a possibility that the formation process of this mysterious cloud is similar with the ones seen over Earth's poles.
A new study revealed that the red spot on Charon most likely came from the escaping atmosphere of Pluto captured by the moon's gravity.
A new study revealed that the methane emissions from the thawing permafrost is much lower than originally thought.
A new study from NASA examines the cause of the methane “hot spot” in New Mexico and found that emissions from the oil and gas industry in the state are to blame.
Floods apparently don’t just occur naturally on earth. For Saturn’s moon, Titan is experiencing floods as well. However, the flood isn’t composed of water but is instead composed of methane.
The methane leak in Aliso Canyon caused about 100,000 tons of methane to be released into the atmosphere.
Titan and Europa both have Earth-like properties which is why scientists are closely monitoring the moons to know whether life forms exist on these celetial bodies.
In hopes to improve the safety in the natural gas industry, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has successfully flight-tested a quadcopter equipped with a miniature methane detector.