It’s beautiful; in a way, it makes you proud of Earth for being able to produce such a thing. It’s terrifying, when you look at
Update, September 18, 2018: It’s over–the storm, I mean. Now comes the part that doesn’t make headlines, but is so very hard to deal with.
The hardest part of space exploration, at least for laypeople trying to keep up to date, is getting used to familiar things, like wind, in
I never cared all that much about the ocean until researching the book on how cats evolved. Their story goes back–well, it goes back to
When thunder roars, go indoors! — words of wisdom from James Spann and other meteorologists. Note that on Earth, lightning is most frequent in equatorial
Some of those dust devils were seen by the Curiosity Mars rover: Featured image: Opportunity rover tracks and Martian dust devil, NASA/JPL-Caltech