The European Space Agency, NASA, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and University of Arizona have put together this excellent simulation of a landing on Titan,
Let’s talk a little bit about natural disasters. But first . . .
It’s easy to tell middle and high school students that “scientists say ‘seeing is believing’” while “non-scientists say ‘believing is seeing.’” That’s not incorrect.
A version of this article was published at Helium on January 8, 2011. Planning a summer vacation? Prospecting for gold in New England is fun, and
You probably know what Mars looks like, thanks to recent headlines about the Curiosity rover (if not, take a look at the first post here).
How do geologists sort through the tangle of rock that Earth has moved around, washed away and re-formed for literally millions of years? Danish thinker