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The rock that vibrates in time with Earth, wind, waves
Scientists at the University of Utah have made the first detailed seismic measurements of a pillar-shaped sandstone formation in Moab National Park known as Castleton Tower.
Exoplanets could have better conditions for life than Earth, study says
Earth seems like the perfect hub for life because it's the only planet known so far to host it — but new research suggests that other planets could have oceans that are even more hospitable, offering life that is more varied than we know it.
Russian supersonic jet shows Earth’s curvature during military exercise
A Russian MiG-31BM jet has shown breathtaking glimpses of the Earth’s curvature at an altitude of more than 20 kilometers during a military drill, while intercepting an intruding aircraft.
Planet 10 times Earth's mass may have smacked Jupiter long ago
Jupiter, the Solar System’s largest planet, may have been smacked head-on by an embryonic planet 10 times Earth’s mass not long after being formed, a monumental crash with apparent lasting effects on the Jovian core, scientists said.
LightSail 2 spacecraft glides on sunlight in orbit around Earth
A crowdfunded spacecraft successfully sailed on sunlight while in orbit around the Earth.
Earth's 2019 resources 'budget' spent by July 29: Report
Mankind will have used up its allowance of natural resources such as water, soil and clean air for all of 2019 by Monday, a report said.
Temperatures hit record high on Earth’s northernmost permanently inhabited spot
Temperatures hit a record 69.8 degrees Fahrenheit (21 degrees Celsius) in Alert, the northernmost permanently inhabited spot on the planet less than 600 miles (955 kilometers) from the North Pole, the Canadian meteorology service said Tuesday.
Russian, North American astronauts return to Earth
The first crew to blast off to the International Space Station (ISS) following a launch accident that deepened doubts over Russia's space program returned to Earth safely on Tuesday.
Telescope snaps photo of rare double asteroid as it hurtles past Earth
A recent close encounter with a rare double asteroid was captured by a telescope as it hurtled past Earth at 43,500 mph (70,000 km/h) on May 25.
Study: Comets may have played key role in bringing water to Earth billions of years ago
Scientists proposed a new theory about the origin of oceans on Earth.
NASA’s Juno discovers Jupiter, Earth have something in common
NASA’s Juno spacecraft delivered some of the most stunning glimpses of the gas giant that mankind has ever seen, but it’s also taught scientists a lot about how the planet works.
Massive asteroid to fly close to Earth in a decade's time
A massive asteroid will be visible to the naked eye when it passes close to Earth within the same distance as a spacecraft that orbits the planet, according to NASA.
Words to live by for Earth Day
By Scott Shalaway*

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