The outer planets’ clouds hide the weirdness within.
We don't know what causes Miyake events, but these great surges of energy can help us understand the past—while posing a threat to our future.
As Marcel Proust said, “The real voyage of discovery...consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.”
The arsons were no accident, archaeological evidence suggests.
In one experiment, the Viking landers added water to Martian soil samples. That might have been a very bad idea.
Rocks and minerals don’t simply reflect light. They play with it and interact with light as both a wave and a particle.
In a distant galaxy, a cosmic dance between two supermassive black holes emits periodic flashes of light.