Earth

Earth

The third planet in the solar system

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Aylin Woodward
February 25, 2021
Business Insider
An observatory in Mauna Kea photographed a "red sprite" and "blue jet" during a storm. These lightning phenomena are tricky to catch on camera.
CTV News Edmonton
February 25, 2021
Edmonton
We're learning more about the fireball so many Albertans saw streak across the dark sky early Monday morning.
Simon Ings
February 25, 2021
New Scientist
My Octopus Teacher, Feels Good Man, Spaceship Earth, and Icarus are all great science documentaries available to stream at the moment
Simon Ings
February 24, 2021
New Scientist
Space Sweepers on Netflix, may be a silly but lovable piece of space opera, but this South Korean film delivers sharp truths and a sense of the ungiving, soul-grinding nature of space
Gege Li
February 24, 2021
New Scientist
From one of the creators of Rick and Morty, animation Solar Opposites explores how intelligent beings from another world would fare in a typical US neighbourhood with hilarious results
Martin Rees & Mario Livio
February 24, 2021
Nautilus
Suppose aliens existed, and imagine that some of them had been watching our planet for its entire four and a half billion years. What...By Martin Rees & Mario Livio
Jennifer Ouellette
February 24, 2021
Ars Technica
Provides evidence that tidal disruption events can also be cosmic particle accelerators.
Jonathan Atteberry
February 24, 2021
HowStuffWorks
You can say goodbye to the seven continents and hello to days that seem infernally long. What else awaits you on a spin-free Earth?
Katie McLean
February 24, 2021
MIT Technology Review
In the 1950s, Earth-bound MIT students made aliens feel more at home.
Adam Rogers
February 23, 2021
Wired
The Red Planet's red looks different to an Earthling than it would to a Martian--or to a robot with hyperspectral cameras for eyes.
Fiona Harvey Environment correspondent
February 23, 2021
the Guardian
Campaigners said the findings showed councils must take action to ensure their funds were not supporting fossil fuels. Photograph: Ina Fassbender/AFP/Getty Images
Alex Antoneshyn
February 22, 2021
Edmonton
Albertans as far south as Cochrane and as north as Falher in Peace Country reported a streak of light and bright flash from an apparent meteor flyby.
By Joshua Nevett
February 22, 2021
BBC News
The SpaceX mission will make Hayley Arceneaux the first person with a prosthesis to visit space.
Kenneth Chang
February 22, 2021
www.nytimes.com
Since arriving safely on Thursday, the spacecraft has been steadily transmitting visual files and other data back to Earth.
Dennis Overbye
February 21, 2021
www.nytimes.com
Mars, Shmars; this voyager is looking forward to a submarine ride under the icebergs on Saturn's strange moon.
NASA
February 20, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- A Northrop Grumman Cygnus resupply spacecraft is en route to the International Space Station with approximately 8,000 pounds of science...
Aria Bendix
February 20, 2021
Business Insider
According to a new study, Earth's magnetic poles flipped 42,000 years ago, triggering dramatic changes in temperatures and radiation levels.
Julia Musto
February 19, 2021
Fox News
Now that NASA's Perseverance rover has successfully landed on the surface of Mars, it can begin the next steps of its mission.
John Timmer
February 19, 2021
Ars Technica
Study suggests that one magnetic event caused everything from extinctions to art.
CNN
February 19, 2021
CTVNews
The NASA Perseverance rover safely landed on Mars after its 292.5 million-mile journey from Earth, the agency confirmed at 3:55 p.m. ET Thursday. The rover landed itself flawlessly, according to the mission's team.
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