It wasn’t easy to banish streetlights and signs. “Frontier people don’t like being told what to do.”
Autumn ranks first, while surprisingly unpopular monikers include Thunder and Frost.
Ewa Tuteja’s ambitious photography project is a “homage to the beauty of the sky.”
As a solar observatory reaches its 10th anniversary, here are some jewels from its mission.
A catastrophic power interruption has kept much of the island in the dark.
The photographer Mustafah Abdelaziz documents sustainability and inequality across the world.
The stationary “cloud" was a controlled release of something called chaff.
The product of an illegal campfire, the active blaze has cost $207 million to battle.
NASA created this animation showing all the rivers that flow into the Mighty Mississip’.
The ice’s summer extent has tied for second-lowest in the modern record.
They got trapped for days in a water hazard.
California’s climate change bill has reduced overall greenhouse gas emissions, but not air pollution in black and Latino neighborhoods.
A runaway moon, a painful lesson on why you never ride a scooter in a hurricane….
Ocean acidification seems to make certain fish blind to predators.
August and July tied for the warmest months globally in 136 years of records.
According to NOAA, climate change has as much as doubled the odds for the kind of heavy downpour that flooded parts of the Central Gulf Coast.
This proposed monument would have rising seas slowly drown D.C.’s famous cherry trees.
The rate at which pristine areas are being destroyed is “catastrophic,” say scientists.
Work began this week on the last section. Will it do the trick?