An anomalous magnetic region in the South Atlantic Ocean is growing, according to data that appeared in a government report published earlier this year.
This week we examine what atomic clocks are revealing about changes to the length of days on Earth, and why it has some scientists worried.
Permanent displacement between Earth and the Moon is detectable by the Lunar Ranging laser system, which monitors the Earth-Moon separation by measuring steadily the roundtrip travel time of light to the Moon.
What is the evidence for the controversial theory of panspermia? Could simple forms of life really survive in outer space?
New research indicates that the size of Earth’s moon relative to the size of the planet may have been key to the development of life.
While it seems unlikely our world will end anytime soon with a giant asteroid collision, Netflix's "Don't Look Up" raises relevant questions about asteroids and their place in our galaxy.
New research has shown that the stream of charged particles emitted by the sun known as the solar...
If all goes to plan, the James Webb Space Telescope is set to re-write everything we know about our place in the Universe.
Could the Moon ever manage to escape Earth’s gravity? If this happened at some point in the future, where might the Moon go from there?
Scientists are looking for a "cosmic twin" in the search for potentially habitable exoplanets that could mirror Earth in a variety of different ways.