On this edition of A Moment Of Science, we check out some of the atmosphere's many layers.
There are emergency exits, emergency slides, emergency air masks and emergency flotation devices. Why not parachutes too?
When looking at a picture of the sun, how could you tell whether or not it's rising or setting?
Planning on climbing Mount Everest? You might want to plan to be gasping for air. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
When Neil Armstrong took his "one small step", the impression he made was lasting.
More often than not, the wind dies down at night after a blustery day. Where does the wind go? Why are nights generally more calm than days?
If you can't name a politician who was also an active scientist, that doesn't mean they haven't been out there.
Scientists in England and the United States have made a breakthrough in understanding the relationship between clouds and climate.
I have a friend who says there's not much oxygen on earth. Ever since I heard that I can't catch my breath! What's the truth?
If you needed to know what the weather was like in Singapore tens of millions of years ago, you'd have to consult a different source.