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Iran begins producing rare earth for first time
Iran has launched a pilot project for extraction of rare earth, with a senior official saying the country had obtained technology for deep-level mining.
Crater left by one of Earth's biggest ever meteorite impacts finally found
About 800,000 years ago, a monster space rock struck the Earth hard and fast. The impact of the 1.2 mile-wide (1.9 kilometer-wide) meteorite flung debris across 10 percent of the planet's surface.
Scientists attempt to recreate 'Overview effect' from Earth
The spectacle of Earth suspended in space was so overwhelming for Edgar Mitchell that the Apollo 14 astronaut and sixth man on the Moon wanted to grab politicians by the scruff of the neck and drag them into space to witness the view.
A decade on Earth captured from space
The biggest news events of the past decade have been chronicled from space.
Earth already ‘stressed’ before dinosaur extinction, fossil record reveals
Scientists agree today’s climate crisis is primarily driven by human activity — but before the problems we inadvertently engineered existed, similar processes have occurred on numerous occasions.
Earth's temperature likely marks hottest decade on record: Report
The past decade is almost certain to be the hottest on record, weather experts warned on Tuesday, painting a bleak picture of vanishing sea ice, devastating heatwaves and encroaching seas in a report launched at a climate summit in Spain.
'Earth's most uninhabitable place found'
Researchers have found an aquatic environment on the Earth with complete absence of any forms of life, an advance that may lead to an improved understanding of the limits of habitability.
Saturn moon Titan shaped by same forces as Earth
The largest of Saturn's many moons has lakes, mountains and dunes, with its surface scarred and crafted by many of the same forces which have shaped Earth, scientists say.
Ancient stars shed light on Earth’s similarities to other planets
New method used to study planets’ geochemistry implies that Earth is not unique.
Asteroid dust cloud may have sparked new life on Earth 470m years ago
Astronomers have discovered intriguing evidence that an asteroid breakup blanketed Earth with dust millions of years ago.
'Ultimate gift to future generations': Plan to laser map all land on Earth
A project to produce detailed maps of all the land on Earth through laser scanning has been revealed by researchers who say action is needed now to preserve a record of the world’s cultural, environmental and geological treasures.
Scientists estimate 1.85 billion billion tons of carbon on Earth
There are 1.85 billion, billion tons of carbon on Earth, with more than 99 percent of it resident beneath our feet.
Mind-blowing study confirms Earth had living organisms 3.5b years ago
In the search for the earliest life on Earth, it can be hard to tell whether you're looking at an actual fossil, or crinkles in the rock itself. Such doubts have long shadowed the 1980s discovery of 3.5 billion-year-old fossils in the Australian desert. Now, scientists think they have finally put the matter to bed.

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