Learn about animals, weather and natural disasters, alternative energy, environmental politics and space.
Thu, Dec 18, 2014 2:57 PM
This beach scene looks like a beautiful abstract painting.
Without a strong magnetic field and a thick atmosphere, organisms on Mars would have had a rough go of it in the early days of the solar system.
This little bird has a knack for catching the most annoying bugs.
Inspired by offshore oil platforms, Waterstudio's Sea Tree is a novel way to provide refuge for urban wildlife.
The cloud wastes an awful lot of energy as heat. One company is putting it to good use.
Along with the Orion capsule, the SLS rocket is intended to help humans travel into deep space.
The spiny chancelloriid is another in a line of bizarre Cambrian creatures.
Since the day she came home from the hospital, 6-month-old Alia has shared her mother with a baby sloth, and now the two are inseparable.
'Extreme Realities' on PBS explores how severe weather is linked to climate change and global security.
The European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft is already beaming back exciting new information from its historic comet mission.
The Amazon tree boa comes in an astounding variety of colors and patterns.
The rocket's 'hypersonic grid fins' are intended to provide a more precise control of the rocket's re-entry and landing.
The 1,312-foot space rock takes about three years to complete its orbit around the sun.
The aerospace firm has partnered with the United Launch Alliance for two cargo ship missions to the International Space Station, with the first scheduled for late 2015.
The primatologist sat down with MNN, sharing her thoughts on climate change, compassion and a dog named Rusty.
Regardless of whether you believe the myths and legends that surround them, it's hard to deny the sublime ecological power that mountains represent.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.