A new study revealed that the unusual region on Mars called Thaumasia Planum was most likely created by a chain of volcanic eruptions.
A NASA spacecraft observes recent tectonic activity on Mercury, causing steep cliffs to appear on its surface.
A study found in an online journal chronicles the curious case of Mount Etna's wandering craters, appearing in various spots on the volcano.
It is highly unusual for mature volcanoes to change the location where their eruptions take place, but Mount Etna completely defies convention by forming new active summits. The volcano is thrilling geologists by developing new vents that are already spewing lava.
Alert! Human-caused climate change started longer than we initially thought. According to a new study, this alarming phenomenon dates back in the 1830s during the industrial era.
New study suggests that Mercury’s volcanic activity came to a halt almost 3.5 billion years ago.
A recent study found out that volcanic activities in Mercury ended at about 3.5 billion years ago
A waking volcano on the outskirts of Rome has the potential to erupt as violently as Mt. Vesuvius, the volcano that destroyed Pompeii.
The science of volcanic prediction just got a boost with news that a "quiet period" offers a strong hint that an eruption is about to happen.
NASA recently found minerals hidden under the ice sheets on the surface of Mars which suggests that there were volcanic eruptions beneath the surface billions of years ago.
The eruption of Ecuador's Cotopaxi Volcano has put Quito rocket frogs at risk of extinction. To help scientists save these iconic frogs, the Amphibian Survival Alliance has launched an adopt-a-tadpole campaign.
A global cooling event during the Jurassic Period was triggered by a volcanic event that altered the flow of warm waters from the equator to the North Pole Region. This caused very cold temperatures in the northern hemisphere for many millions of years.
Researchers say that a 47-mile wide mound in a huge crater on the moon's south pole has a volcanic past. It's a pretty lively one, too.
Aerosol particles ejected into the air following volcanic eruptions can trigger rainfall shortages that ultimately alter river systems worldwide.