As sunlight enters our atmosphere, it bends slightly. This is due to refraction, the same thing that makes a pencil look slightly askew when you stick it half way into a glass of water.
Researchers at Pennsylvania State University did a collaborative study in which they tried to find the ultimate limit of how far out we could predict the weather.
Before 2015, the quasi-biennial oscillation happened approximately every twenty-eight months.
Why do airplanes sometimes leave long white contrails behind?
Why is there life on Earth? Water, a rocky surface, the right amount of distance, and ____________.
Is the force of gravity increasing? Find out on this Moment of Science.
The ocean is increasingly absorbing CO2 from the atmosphere, raising the water's acidity and endangering sea life.
Like its Roman-god namesake, Mercury is known for extreme behavior.
We can manufacture ozone molecules from oxygen, but not enough to patch up the ozone layer.
After a nine-year expedition, the New Horizon spacecraft finally reached Pluto to see what's at the heart of the exoplanet.