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EURACTIV   27 April 2021   World  
<p>A defining moment in space exploration is the first image of Earthrise &ndash; watching the Earth come over the horizon &ndash; taken by an astronaut on Apollo 8 as it ventured on its historic trip to circle the moon.<br />Since that photo in December 1968, ...
Indian Times   10 April 2021   World  
<p>Earth is a planet in constant change and, yet, some parts of the planet have remained the same for thousands of years. Beauty aside, every part of nature can be a puzzle sometimes and pretty challenging to people. On that note, here are some of the finest ...
Arab News   28 January 2021   World  
<p>NEW YORK: The world’s largest survey of opinions on climate change, which sought the views of 1.2 million people in 50 countries, found that the majority believe it is a global emergency that requires urgent action.<br>The poll, dubbed the “People’s Climate ...
livescience   27 December 2020   World  
<p>This year, scientists uncovered some of the Earth's most well-kept secrets. They found hidden rivers, chunks of lost continents and remnants of ancient rainforests, and they delved into the planet's ancient history using cutting-edge technologies. Who knows ...
Smithsonian   22 December 2020   World  
<p>There&rsquo;s never been a better time to be a dinosaur fan. Even in a year where fossil explorations have been curtailed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, paleontologists have dug deep to describe dozens of new species and unlock new secrets about our ...
Open Access Government   16 December 2020   World  
<p>Virginia Edgcomb from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution discusses deep ocean drilling, a process that reveals earth history, geological processes and a deep biosphere<br />The marine deep subsurface includes sedimentary and rocky horizons both tightly ...
Insider   12 June 2020   World  
<p>Some natural wonders around the world are so distinctive that photos of them look like they've been edited in Photoshop.<br>These landscapes haven't been manipulated with photo-editing software — they occur naturally.<br>Featured places include Yellowstone's ...
Live Science   30 April 2020   World  
<p>Despite old, out-of-date drawings of long-necked dinosaurs wading in swamps, scientists have long believed that dinosaurs were a land-loving bunch: None were thought to swim. Now, though, a new tail fossil found in Morocco reveals that the sharp-toothed ...
Atlas Obscura   28 April 2020   World  
<p>Geology forms the context for many other fields, including archaeology, paleontology, climatology, and more, but that doesn&rsquo;t stop this bedrock science from throwing a curveball here and there. In some outcrops around the world there&rsquo;s a gap, ...
Insider   06 April 2020   World  
<p>An estimated 80% of the world's oceans remains unexplored, with a diverse range of species yet to be discovered, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.<br />But it's possible we might destroy our oceans before we even discover ...