Featured by María Paula Rubiano A.
The ocean is a giant dump for chemical weapons. Can we clean it up before it’s too late?
Millions of tons of discarded chemical munitions lie scattered across every ocean on the planet. Can we disband this pollution ticking time bomb before it explodes?
Images like this one could help reveal the Sun’s inner workings
The Inouye Solar Telescope just released a hyper-detailed sunspot image.
Cold War-era satellites bring bad news about melting glaciers around Everest
We finally know how fast the glaciers surrounding Mount Everest are melting—and it isn’t good at all.
Animals are finding surprising ways to adapt to rising temperatures
This is how animals will keep their cool (or not) on a hotter planet.
How to shop in person on Black Friday as safely as possible
Online is still by far the safest option.
Humans have lived on the ISS for 20 years—here are the coolest discoveries we’ve made
From space gardening to hungry black holes.
Vampire bats socially distance when they feel sick
The nocturnal creatures' social networks are among the most complex in the animal world.
We finally know why sea pickles glow
These sea creatures shine bright because of some nifty light-producing genes.
This pair of dancing stars will one day collide and explode
They could give us insight into the biggest kinds of explosions in the Universe.
A pandemic-created ‘gold rush’ in the Amazon is destroying Indigenous lands
COVID-19 chaos boosted gold prices, which intensified mining on Amazon’s Indigenous lands.