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Formation of the moon brought water to Earth: New research explains how Earth became a habitable planet Science Daily
Earth has a large amount of water and a relatively large moon, which stabilizes Earth's axis. Both are essential for life to develop on our planet. Scientists have ...
Watch India Launch a New Earth-Watching Satellite Tonight! Space.com
India is launching a new Earth-observation satellite today (May 21), and you can watch it lift off live online! The spacecraft, called Radar Imaging Satellite-2B ...
Strange seismic waves rippled around Earth. Now we may know why. National Geographic
On May 10, 2018, the geologic beasts of the tiny island of Mayotte began to stir. Thousands of earthquakes rattled the French island, which is sandwiched ...
Mile-Wide ‘Walnut’ Asteroid With Its Own Moon To Fly By Earth Saturday CBS Los Angeles
(CBS Local) — An asteroid nearly a mile wide with a moon of its own is expected to pass by Earth on Saturday, traveling at 48,000 mph. The unnamed space ...
Ammonium fertilized early life on Earth Science Daily
New research demonstrates that ammonium was a vital source of nitrogen for early life on Earth.
Daily briefing: What a 'healthy' microbiome of planet Earth looks like Nature.com
Big questions about small life on Earth, the devastating biological consequences of homelessness and how China will protect one-quarter of its land.
A Letter from Earth Classic The New Yorker
Larry Doyle writes a humorous letter to his counterpart in a parallel universe, formed after Trump refused to concede the 2020 election.
'Finding Our Place in the Universe' Details Quest for Earth's Supercluster: Author Q&A Space.com
The newly-translated "Finding Our Place in the Universe," by Helene Courtois, details the discovery of the Lanaikea supercluster that includes the Milky Way.
Anthropocene now: influential panel votes to recognize Earth's new epoch Nature.com
Atomic Age would mark the start of the current geologic time unit, if proposal receives final approval.
How Does Google Earth Work? Live Science
Google Earth is a unique geomapping and tagging program that uses composite imagery to form a comprehensive, interactive map of the Earth. By stitching ...
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