The lunar alarm clock: New study characterizes regular moonquakes

Every morning and afternoon, like clockwork, the surface of the moon trembles with tiny "moonquakes." Now, new analysis of seismic activity on the moon has characterized these events and discovered that some of them are not ...

Philippines on alert as volcano spews ash

Philippine scientists said that a "hazardous eruption" of a volcano in the archipelago could be days or weeks away, and urged the evacuation of nearby residents from their homes.

Was plate tectonics occurring when life first formed on Earth?

Earth is a dynamic and constantly changing planet. From the formation of mountains and oceans to the eruption of volcanoes, the surface of our planet is in a constant state of flux. At the heart of these changes lies the ...

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