Could Refreezing North and South Poles Reverse Global Warming?
Restoring Earth's ice "caps" at its north and south poles would result from blocking the sun, sustaining weather patterns, researchers say.
Woman Minutes From Frostbite in the South Pole As She Wears Shorts in -85F
The woman, named Toni, lives at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole research station and posts videos answering TikTokers' questions about life in Antarctica.
Video Showing the South Pole's Bizarre Climate Confuses the Internet
TikToker Joe, who has been working at a South Pole research station, showed the end of the region's six-month night in a video.
We Have Helped Make the South Pole One of Earth's Fastest Warming Places
Over the past 30 years, the region has been one of the fastest changing places on Earth, warming over three times more rapidly than the rest of the world.
'Bizarre' Dinosaur That Lived Near the South Pole Discovered in Australia
Scientists describe the two-inch bone of a 110 million-year-old elaphrosaur found in Victoria, Australia, after it was misidentified as belonging to a pterosaur.
Antarctica Faces Irreversible Glacial Melt 200 Years After Discovery
The 27 January marks the first time the Antarctica mainland was seen with human eyes. Two hundred years later and it approaches a tipping point of irreversible glacial melt.
Stardust From Supernova Explosion Discovered in Antarctic Snow: Study
The snow contained substantial quantities of dust-enriched with iron-60—which isn't naturally produced on our planet.
Observatory That Hunts Universe's Most Elusive Particle to Get $37m Upgrade
IceCube searches for neutrinos—invisible, nearly massless subatomic particles which rarely ever interact with normal matter.
Radioactive Rocks Are Melting Antarctica From Beneath
Scientists said there might be many more of these localized hot spots than previously thought.
Scientists Mark Solstice With Icy Plunge in Antarctica
As the U.S. and the rest of the Northern Hemisphere mark the summer solstice, Australia, Antarctica and others are in the middle of winter.
Antarctica's Giant Canyons Could Make Melting Worse
They are some of the last unexplored parts on Earth; the largest is more than 200 miles long.
Putin Is Literally Redrawing the Map of the World
The Russian leader thinks foreign maps sometimes do not reflect the "historical and geographic truth" when it comes to his country.
Watch: Emperor Penguins Take Funny Selfie in Antarctica
The first member of the flock to spy the recording object goes in for a close-up, before a friend tries to hijack his spot.
Dubai Firm Plans to Drag Icebergs 5,700 Miles for Water
The Emirati firm believes the scheme could also affect the dry climate of the Gulf and attract tourists.