The largest hailstone ever recorded was over five inches in diameter, weighed over one and a half pounds, and fell on Coffeyville, Kansas in September of 1970.
How does sublimation change the way ice cubes look?
The three states of water are solid, liquid, and gas. But, what happens when water "sublimates?"
Slipping on ice is no fun. But, why is ice, technically, not slippery?
How can an organism survive in Antarctica? What is a cryptoendolith?
Although global warming has placed the blame on humans, natural warming and changing weather patterns have also played a part in the gradual warm up.
Did you know that there are huge, hidden lakes beneath the Antarctic ice sheets? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
We think of ice as snowflakes, ice cubes, snow cones, and dangerous patches on the sidewalk. Scientists have many different ways of categorizing ice too!
Native Americans called it Pogonip, or white death. Find out more about this strange type of fog.
A mysterious geological feature can be found on the slopes of Mount Rainier, a volcano in Washington state. Learn more on this Moment of Science.