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Space.com - 09 May 2019 Off the Coast of Portugal, the Earth's Crust Might Be Peeling in Two
In 1969, a giant earthquake off the coast of Portugal kicked up a tsunami that killed over a dozen people. Some 200 years prior, an even larger earthquake hit ...
Zee News - 18 Jun 2019 Moon`s crust hides early history of Sun: NASA scientists
Washington: A team of astrophysicists, including one of Indian origin, has found that the Moon, where NASA will be sending astronauts by 2024, contains clues ...
Science News for Students - 13 Jun 2019 Earth Reliving the last day of the dinosaurs
The Chicxulub crater is helping reveal what happened on the day a 12-kilometer-wide asteroid slammed into the Gulf of Mexico, 66 million years ago.
Science News for Students - 04 Jun 2019 Was that a Marsquake?
Let's get ready to rumble! NASA appears to have just captured the first recording of a quake on Mars. On April 6, the seismometer on the Mars InSight lander ...
Thrive Global - 15 Apr 2019 Incredible Crystals: Tapping into Earth’s Energy
Crystals have gained a lot of momentum and popularity recently. Not only are they beautiful both physically and figuratively (think about how long it took for the ...
Thrive Global - 30 Apr 2019 Watching Devastating Environmental Documentaries in Panama’s Tropical Paradise
In April, I covered the Panama International Film Festival, a world cinema showcase. It was my fourth time at the festival, which is curated by Diana Sanchez, the ...
Science News for Students - 10 Jan 2019 Explainer: Why sea levels aren't rising at the same rate globally
The sea is coming for the land. In the 20th century, ocean levels rose by a global average of about 14 centimeters (some 5.5 inches). Most of that came from ...
ScienceBlogs - 10 May 2013 Where does an earthquake's energy come from?
"As seismologists gained more experience from earthquake records, it became obvious that the problem could not be reduced to a single peak acceleration.
BBC News - 29 May 2019 Are rare earth minerals China's trump card in its trade war with US?
China has been signalling that it may restrict the export of rare earth minerals to the United States as the trade conflict between the two countries escalates.
Zee News - 01 Feb 2019 Asteroid impacts helped create Earth`s continents: Study
This impact produced a superheated melt sheet of up to five kilometres thick.
AsiaOne - 16 May 2019 China's lunar rover ends 60-year riddle of moon's mantle
China's lunar rover, Yutu, has made a groundbreaking discovery that proves what scientists have been thinking for decades: that the moon has a mantle.
Fortune - 27 Mar 2019 India Joins Space ‘Super League’ As It Shoots Down a Satellite for the First Time
India claims it is still against the weaponization of space, but neighboring Pakistan is not amused at the success of Mission Shakti.
Fortune - 18 Jul 2018 Are We Sitting on Diamonds? A New Study Says a Quadrillion Tons May Be Under Earth’s Surface
There may be a quadrillion tons of diamonds under the Earth's surface, according to study conducted by an international team of scientists and published ...
temblor - 09 Jul 2019 The Ridgecrest earthquakes: Torn ground, nested foreshocks, Garlock shocks, and Temblor’s forecast
A new image of the ground deformation, a rich and enigmatic foreshock sequence, aftershock trends we can explain, and others that are more elusive. This is ...
The Science Explorer - 14 Sep 2016 New Discovery Shatters Previous Beliefs About Earth's Origin
"These new isotopic measurements of meteorites provide exciting answers to these questions about our origins and what made the Earth so special."
Zee News - 14 Aug 2018 Earth`s oldest known evolved rocks result of collision of asteroids
The oldest evolved rocks on Earth are the consequence of asteroids colliding with the planet 4 billion years ago, an Australian research released on Tuesday ...
Sci-News.com - 07 Nov 2013 Basalt Helps Scientists Understand How Earth's Crust Formed | Geology
European scientists examined liquid basalt at record high pressures and temperatures to better understand how our planet evolved billions of years ago.
Inside Science News Service - 08 May 2019 Nature's Record Setters
(Inside Science) -- The biggest, the oldest, the fastest -- according to journalist Matthew LaPlante, we can learn a lot from nature's record-setters, from how to ...
National Geographic - 11 Jun 2016 Here’s What Happened the Day the Dinosaurs Died
Imagine sunrise on the last day of the Mesozoic era, 66 million years ago. Shafts of sunlight rake through the swamps and coniferous forests along the coast of ...