Today A Moment of Science looks at why this beloved wonder of the world may be on the rocks.
Today's Moment of Science is all about the role that glaciers play in giving those chilly lakes such incredible turquoise colors.
For billions of years, the Earth's only natural satellite has been bombarded with asteroids. Surely, it's been the target of space rocks in the past.
Natural gas, drilling, and fraking. Do you know what fraking is?
What happened to the lava at Mount Rainier? Why is the story so unusual?
There's a mystery happening along the slopes of Mount Rainier in Washington State.
How can an organism survive in Antarctica? What is a cryptoendolith?
Can you solve the mystery of the mountain-climbing lava? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Is Chicago really sinking? Find out on this Moment of Science.
You can see this more easily by imagining what would happen if the earth were flat. The moon would still travel in a horizontal line above the ground; but because it’s also falling, it would come closer and closer to the flat earth until it collided.