Time zones are dictated by astronomy, but this piece of wackiness has only humans to blame.
How do you design a spacesuit for a microscopic critter with eight legs?
Take a deep breath, the scientists are sure a "quarksplosion" can't be weaponized.
Cold dust has never been so intriguing.
The super high-tech machine will be able to identify the ingredients of the moon's "tiger stripe" geysers.
Scientists dig up twice as many male mammoths as females, but that doesn't mean their population was so skewed.
Watch scientists show off their goofy side—and learn something new at the same time.
"I believe that humans have contributed to carbon dioxide in the atmosphere." But how much? That he wouldn't say.
And someday soon, we're going to regret it.
When it comes to eruptions, everything is unpredictable.
Witchcraft was everywhere, but it was about a lot more than spirits harassing girls in a courtroom.
And really, who can blame them?
"I think people are mainly oblivious."
Scientists aren't sure what it is or where it came from, but they're positive it's pretty weird.
Some spy planes aren't such secrets—but others we'll never know about any time soon.
Scientists worked from three fossils to reconstruct the dinosaur's camouflage.
"I have no idea how life started on Earth," Zare said. "I wasn't there."
Ocean temperatures dropped five degrees Fahrenheit with each eruption.
Current earthquake warning systems can only offer people seconds to take shelter.
At the time, volcanoes in Iceland were erupting 50 times more often than today.