Scientists are a step closer to reconciling a mystery on Mars, a cosmic oddity centered on Martian rocks and pieces of the Red Planet discovered on Earth.
Can humanity survive another global disaster ? Life on Earth has survived asteroid bombardments, methane release.
A volcano in Central Mexico registered a massive eruption this week. A plume of ash and gas from the volcano reached an altitude of 2.4 miles on Monday.
Violence on the ground is a lot more dangerous than a volcano that disrupts international air travel, but in all of these kinds of situations, it pays to be prepared and to pay attention.
A volcano has erupted for letter V week in the Pre-K three classroom at St. Cecilia School in Rockaway Borough .
Don't try this at home! Video shows man WALKING ON LAVA - and now scientists have explained exactly how he did it A geoscientist has studied the clip and explained exactly how the daredevil carried out the stunt - but strongly advises against trying A YouTube video showing a man taking five steps up a flow of lava on Mount Etna in Sicily has been ... (more)
Popocatepetl, the second highest peak in Mexico, has erupted once again and is spewing ash that could reach Mexico City, which is 40 miles away.
A volcanic eruption is an awesome display of the Earth's power. Yet while eruptions are spectacular to watch, they can cause disastrous loss of life and property, especially in densely populated regions of the world.
Moors murderer Ian Brady only comes out of his room at night and shuns contact with others believing them beneath him - but also fears them, a mental health tribunal has heard.
Volcano photographer Marc Szeglat assures us that this man running up a visibly flowing stream of lava at Mount Etna " was very experienced and knew what he was doing."
It's 3am when the alarm wrenches me from my slumber. I slink out of bed like a cat burglar, dress by osmosis and grab some protection.
Nicholas Pedrosa comes to Santorini on an archaeological dig, his first dig fresh out of university.
We're used to thinking that technology progresses. Stuff gets better. But that's not the case with concrete...the Romans made concrete that's superior to the stuff we have now and scientists recently found out why it's so good .
This figure shows the volcanic peak Idunn Mons in the Imdr Regio area of Venus. The topographic backbone derives from data obtained by NASA's Magellan spacecraft, with a vertical exaggeration of 30 times.
Flames and smoke erupt atop a ridge near Horsetooth Reservoir on June 11, 2012 near Laporte, Colorado.