A stunning time-lapse from the Deep Space Climate Observatory includes that time the moon “photobombed” our home planet.
We live an average of 71 years—a drop in the bucket compared with some of nature's life spans.
Boldly go outside and spot some of the real-life counterparts of the show’s habitable M-class planets.
The Pilcomayo River in Paraguay is littered with dead caiman and fish carcasses as the government scrambles to find a solution.
This symbol of the Southwest already lives at its limits in terms of water, while development is also taking a toll.
Maharaj died trying to break free, illustrating how Indian officials are often ill-equipped to deal with crop-raiding elephants.
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