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Earth is screaming through space at 1.3 million mph. A simple animation by a former NASA scientist shows what that looks like.


A giant elevator could connect Earth to space using current technology, experts say — here's how that might work


The moon has been drifting away from Earth for 4.5 billion years. A stunning animation shows how far it has gone.



The first day of fall has arrived. Here's how the equinox marks the changing of seasons.


Apple used helicopters and drones to film stunning 4K screensavers for the Apple TV — here's how to get them on your computer


NASA's InSight lander on Mars has detected more than 20 quakes. Early data suggests the red planet may be less Earth-like than we thought.



If Earth spun sideways, extreme winters and summers would doom life as we know it


Here's what would happen if you tried to dig to China


27 waterfalls that are so beautiful they will take your breath away


An Apollo astronaut says the greatest moment of NASA's program was not the moon landing — it was the 'cosmic birth' of humanity


13 surreal photos of rare clouds that were taken at the perfect time


There are 7.7 billion humans on Earth today. Here's what would actually happen if Thanos destroyed 50% of all life on the planet.



Earth's magnetic north pole is moving too fast for experts to keep up. Now scientists might know why.


The first day of spring is finally here — for about 90% of us. Here's why equinoxes mark the changing of seasons.


The world's first private lunar lander just took a selfie with Earth on its way to the moon


SpaceX launched a plush toy Earth on its new Crew Dragon spaceship. Now supplies of 'buddy' are dwindling across the planet.



The Grand Canyon is one of the 7 natural wonders of the world. Here are 13 things you might not know about it.


Earth's air supply may reach nearly 400,000 miles into space — so far that the moon constantly flies through it


Tonight's 'super snow moon' will be the biggest and one of the brightest full moons of 2019. Here's why.


The speed of light is tortuously slow, and these 3 simple animations by a scientist at NASA prove it