New discoveries about volcanic activity on the moon may "rewrite the textbooks," according to space researchers.
Many have assumed the craters roughly forming the shape of a human face on the moon's surface were formed by space rocks, but new research supports the claim that it came from within our only natural satellite.
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At the best of times, Jupiter's moon Io is a turbulent, torturous place. But last August, scientists say things really heated up.
The editing tool partners with the Discovery Communications' Digital Networks to incorporate its footage into home movies.
A pretty bit of blue zircon dating back billions of years to the formation of the Earth's crust may be one of the oldest pieces of the planet.
Can enormous heat deep in the earth be harnessed to provide energy for us on the surface?
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Scientists reevaluate what they thought was a massive impact crater on Mars. It may actually have had a much more fiery past.
Deep in the Pacific Ocean, Tamu Massif is an inactive volcano that's as big as New Mexico and comparable to the massive Olympus Mons on Mars.